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ANNUAL REPORT 




OF TKE 



COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS 



FOR 



THE YEA.Il 188 O. 



JAN2 '1 H Q 75 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1881. 



.A- D^r IT TJ -A. L XIEDPOI^T 



OF THE 



OOMMISSIOISrEE OF PA.TE]SrTS 

TO CONGEESS, 

FOE THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1880. 



Department of the Intekiok, 
United States Patent Office, 

Washington, B. C, Januari/ 31, 1881. 
SuJ : In compliance ■witli section 494 of the Revised 
Statutes, I have the honor to submit the following re- 
port of the operations of this Office during the year ter- 
minating the 3l8t of Decemher, 1880. . 

RECEIPTS. 

Detailed statement of all moneys received for jtatenis, for 
copies of records or drawings, or from any source what- 
ever. 

Applications : 

Cash received $591,696 00 

Cash refunded 1, 555 00 

Netcash 590,141 00 

Certificates of deposit 60,274 00 

Total cash and certificates 650, 415 00 

Copies : 

Cashreceivod 58,661 25 

Cash refunded 1,888 92 

Net cash 56, 772 3;i 

Certificates of deposit 1,282 62 

Total cash and certificates 58, 034 95 

Recording assignments : 

Cashreceived 22,832 00 

Cash refunded 813 90 

Ketcash 22,018 10 

Certificates of deposit 275 75 

Total cash and certificates 22, 293 85 

For snhscription to Official Gazette : 

Cashreceived 8,674 67 

Cash refunded 370 65 

Ket cash 8, 304 02 

Certificates of deposit. 139 50 

Total cash and ceitificates 8, 443 52 

Kegistration of lahels : 

Cash receired 2, 152 00 

Cash refunded 636 00 

Netcash 1,516 00 

Certificates of deposit 102 00 

Total cash and certificates 1,018 00 

Eegistration of trade-marks: 

Cashreceived 9,045 00 

Cash refunded 185 00 

Ket cash 8,860 00 

Aggregates. 

Cash received 5693, 060 92 

Cash refunded 5, 449 47 

Is'et cash 687, 611 45 

Certificates of deposit ." 62, 073 87 

Total cash and certificates 749, 685 32 



EXPENDITURES. 

Amount expended under the several ^ajyprojyriations from 
January ], 1880, to January 1, 1881. 

Salaries $423,474 57 

Contingent expenses 24, 418 70 

Official Gazette 25,581 10 

Photolithographing 34, 525 48 

Copies of drawings 24, 081 63 

Tracings of drawings 2,340 00 

Soientitic library 4, 443 69 

Total 538,865 17 

Statement of contingent expenses in detail. 

Stationary portfolios for drawings $114 00 

Furniture and labor connected therewith 4,885 30 

Repairing 2,427 35 

Papering 1 DO 

Painting 148 64 

Carpets 1, 828 12 

Ice 818 37 

Moneys refunded 40 00 

Printing engraved patent-heads 117 40 

Temporary clerks 6,280 00 

Extra labor on indexes 672 60 

Other contingencies, viz : 
Snhscription to journals, washing towels, keeping 
horse, rent of telephone, lumber, copies of courit de- 
cisions, paste, file-wrappers, engraving, &c 7, 085.92 

Total 24,418 70 

KECEIPTS OVEE EXPENDITURES. 

Total receipts $749, 685 32 

Total expenditures 536,865 17 

Receipts over expenditures 210, 820 15 



Statement of balance in the Treasury of the United States 

on account of the Patent fund. 

Amount to the credit of the fund January 1, 1880. . . $1, 420, 806 56 
Amount of receipts during the year 1880 749,685 32 

Total 2,170,491 88 

Deduct expenditures for year 1880 *. 538, 865 17 

Balance January 1, 1881 1,631,626 71 

SUMMARY OF THE BUSINESS OF THE OFFICE. 

Number of applications for patents for inventions 21, 761 

Number of applications for patents for designs 634 

Number of applications for reissues of patents 617 

Total number of applications relating to patents 23,012 

• 

Number of applications for extensions 

Number of caveats tUod 2, 490 

Number of applications for registration of trade-marks 390 

Number of applications for registration of labels 375 

Number of disclaimers filed 18 

Number of appeals on themerits 773 

Total number of applications requiring investigation and 
action 27, 058 

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IV 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS FOR THE YEAR 1880. 



Number of patents issued, including designs 13, 441 

Number of patents reissued 506 

Number of trade-marks registered 349 

Number of labels registered 184 

Total number of patents granted and certificates issued. 14, 480 

Number of patents expired daring the year 3, 781 

Number of patents withheld for non-payment of final fee. . 1, 365 



PATENTS ISSUED. 

Patents issued to citizens of the United States, with the ratio 
of population to each patent granted. 



States and Territories. 



Alabama 

Arizona Territory 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Dakota Territory 

Delaware 

District of Columbia.. 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho Territory 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Indian Territory 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana Territory 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico Territory 

New York 

North Carolina 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Ehode Island 

South Carolina 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah Territory 

Vermont 

Virginia 

"Washington Territory 

West Virginia 

"Wisconsin 

"Wyoming Territory. . . 
United States Army . . 
United States Navy. . . 

Total 



Patents 

and 
Designs. 



62 

2 

44 

349 

24 

610 

8 

23 

116 

15 

77 

2 

943 

359 

1 

285 

96 

170 

66 

101 

229 

,339 

450 

114 

39 

337 

3 

31 

24 

111 

518 

2 

,802 

36 

917 

22 

,324 

205 

39 

82 

147 

10 

76 

99 

6 

52 

276 

3 

6 

3 



12, 655 



One to 
every — 



20, 306 

20,220 

18, 240 

2,491 

8,110 

1,020 

16, 897 

7,376 

1,531 

17,823 

19, 987 

16, 305 

2,263 

5,510 



5,700 

10, 374 

9,639 

14, 243 

6,425 

4,081 

1,333 

3,036 

6,849 

29,015 

6,435 

13, 052 

14, 594 

2,590 

3,125 

2,183 

59, 215 

1,814 

38, 888 

3,486 

7,943 

3,234 

1,348 

25,528 

18, 810 

10,833 

14, 390 

4,372 

15,280 

12, 520 

11, 893 

4,766 

6,929 



Patents issued to citizens of foreign countries. 

Of patents issued to foreigners there "were granted 

to citizens of — 

Great Britain 275 

Germany 174 

Canada 160 

France 91 

Switzerland 22 

Austria 15 

Belgium 10 

Sweden 8 

7 

3 

5 



Italy . 
Russia — 
Australia . 
Cuba. 



Denmark -i 2 

New Zealand 2 

Brazil 

ChiU 

Spain 

United States of Colombia 

Ecuador 

Bermuda 

Barbadoes 

Isle of Syra 



Comparative statement of the husiness of the Office from 
1837 to 1880, inclusive. 



Total. 



786 





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1837. 






435 


$29,289 08 


$33 506 98 




1838. 






520 


42, 123 54 


37, 402 10 
34, 543 51 
39, 020 67 


$4, 721 44 
2, 716 49 


1839. 






425 


37, 260 00 
38, 056 51 


1840 


735 


228 


473 


1841. 


847 


312 


495 


40, 413 01 


52,666 87 




1842. 


761 


391 


517 


36, 505 68 


31, 241 48 


5, 264 20 


1843. 


819 


315 


531 


35, 315 81 


30, 776 96 


4, 538 85 


1844. 


1,045 


380 


502 


42, 509 26 


36, 244 73 


6, 264 53 


1845. 


1,246 


452 


502 


51, 076 14 


39, 395 65 


11, 680 49 


1846. 


1,272 


448 


619 


50, 264 16 


46, 158 71 


4, 105 45 


1847. 


1,531 


553 


572 


63, 111 19 


41, 878 35 


21", 232 84 


1848. 


1,628 


607 


660 


67, 576 69 


58, 905 84 


8, 670 85 


1849. 


1,955 


595 


1,070 


80, 752 98 


77, 716 44 


3, 036 54 


1850. 


2,193 


602 


995 


86, 927 05 


80, 100 95 


6, 816 10 


1851. 


2,258 


760 


869 


95, 738 61 


86, 916 93 


8, 821 68 


1852. 


2,639 


996 


1,020 


112, 656 34 


95, 916 91 


16, 739 43 


1853. 


2,673 


901 


958 


121, 527 45 


132, 869 83 




1854. 


3,328 


868 


1,902 


163,789 84 


167, 146 32 




1855. 


4,435 


906 


2,024 


216, 459 35 


179, 540 33 


36, 919 02 


1856. 


4,960 


1,024 


2,502 


192,588 02 


199,931 02 




1857. 


4,771 


1,010 


2,910 


196, 132 01 


211, 582 09 




1858. 


5,364 


934 


9,710 


203, 716 16 


193, 193 74 


10, 522 42 


1859. 


6,225 


1,097 


4,538 


245, 942 15 


210, 278 41 


35,663 74 


1860. 


7,653 


1,084 


4,819 


256, 352 59 


252, 820 80 


3, 531 79 


1K61 


4,643 


700 


3,340 


137,354 44 


221,491 91 




1862. 


5,038 


824 


3,521 


215, 754 99 


182, 810 39 


32, 944 60 


1863. 


6,014 


787 


4,170 


195, 593 29 


189, 414 14 


6, 179 15 


1804. 


6,932 


1,063 


5,020 


240, 919 98 


229, 868 00 


11, 051 98 


1866. 


10, 664 


1,937 


6,616 


348, 791 84 


274, 199 34 


74, 592 50 


1866. 


15, 269 


2,723 


9,450 


495, 665 38 


361, 724 28 


133, 941 10 


1867. 


21, 276 


3,597 


13, 015 


646, 581 92 


639, 263 32 


7, 318 60 


1868. 


20, 420 


3,705 


13,378 


681, 565 86 


628, 679 77 


52, 886 09 


1869. 


19, 271 


3,624 


13, 986 


693, 145 81 


486, 430 78 


206, 715 03 


1870. 


19, 171 


3,273 


13,321 


669, 456 76 


557, 149 19 


112, 307 57 


1871. 


19, 472 


3,366 


13, 033 


678, 716 46 


560, 595 08 


118, 121 38 


1872. 


18, 240 


3,090 


13, 590 


699, 726 39 


665, 591 36 


34, 135 03 


1873. 


20, 414 


3,248 


12, 864 


703, 191 77 


691, 178 98 


12, 012 79 


1874. 


21, 602 


3,181 


13, 599 


738, 278 17 


679, 288 41 


58, 989 76 


1875. 


21, 638 


3,094 


36,288 


743, 453 36 


721, 657 71 


21, 795 65 


1876. 


21, 425 


2,697 


17, 026 


757, 987 65 


652, 542 60 


105, 445 05 


1877. 


20, 308 


2,809 


13, 619 


732, 342 85 


613, 152 62 


119, 190 23 


1878. 


20,260 


2,755 


12, 935 


725, 375 55 


593, 082 89 


132, 292 66 


1879. 


20, 059 


2,620 


12,725 


703, 931 47 


529, 638 97 


174, 292 50 


1880. 


23, 012 


2,490 


13, 947 


749, 685 32 


538, 865 17 


210, 820 15 



AN INCREASE OF FORCE NECESSARY. 

The number of patents, including reissues and de- 
signs, granted during the past year has only heen ex- 
ceeded in the years 1869, 1875, and 1876, and the receipts 
of the Office have never been exceeded except in the 
year 187G. The excess of receipts over expenditures, 
$210,820.15, is greater than that of any former year. 
This result is due to the large receipts of the Office and 
the comparatively small expenditure during the year, 
such expenditure being less than that for any year since 
1866, except the years 1869 and 1879. In the year 1875, 
■when there was the greatest number of applications 
ever presented to the Office in any one year except the 
last, the expenditures "were |721,657.71. The compara- 
tively small expenditure of the past year, necessitated 
by the appropriations made by Congress, has greatly 
embarrassed me in the proper and prompt dispatch of 
business. The force employed, as "well as the salaries 
paid to many of the employes of this bureau, is entirely 
inadequate to the amount and character of work re- 
quired. Some of the examining divisions are several 
months behind with their work, which accounts in some 
measure for the proportionately less number of patents 
granted as compared with former years, many of the 
applications filed during the year remaining undeter- 
mined at its close. This is a serious difficulty, because 
inventors as a class are impatient of delay. The im- 
portunity and pressure brought to bear for speedy ac- 
tion often results in imperfect examination and ill-con- 
sidered decisions, sometimes resulting in the granting 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS FOR THE YEAR 1880. 



of patents ■which cannot he maintained in the courts. 
Our laws contemplate that an applicant's right to a 
patent for the device or matter claimed shall be deter- 
mined before the same is issued. Such being the theory 
of our system, the grant of an illegal patent serves to 
mislead and deceive the public, and tends to throw dis- 
trust and discredit upon patented property, and injures 
the commercial value of meritorious inventions. 

The practice of the Office and its investigations should 
be such as to command the entire confidence of the pub- 
lic, so that business operations and the investment of 
capital can with safety be founded upon them. To ac- 
complish this a large number of examiners having a 
high order of ability is requisite. 

It was said by Mr. Commissioner Footo, in his report 

for the year 1868, that— 

Questions as to the patenttibility of inventions become more dif- 
licalt Tvith the increase in the number of previous devices. An ex- 
amioer must famUiarizo himself with all the inventions that have 
been made in his class, not only in this country but in Europe. 
Their great number and complexity have rendered the study of 
them a profession to be acquired by years of labor. An examin- 
er's decisions involve nice q^uestions of law, of science, and of me- 
chanics. The more recondite principles upon which depend the 



practical success of processes and machinery must bo familiar to 
him. Large amounts of property often depend directly or indi- 
rectly upon his action. The ability and acquirements necessary to 



the proper discharge of his duties must be ot a high order — scarcely 
less than those wo expect in a judge of the higher courts of law. 

In order to thoroughly examine and decide the intri- 
cate questions which arise, the ablest and most expe- 
rienced examiners must have sufficient time for mature 
consideration on each claim. The number of claims 
presented in each application will average not less than 
four. Applications, upon being filed, are distributed to 
the Principal Examiners, according to the invention, 
for examination . It is the duty of the Commissioner of 
Patents to furnish an applicant with any and all infor- 
mation which in his judgment shows that the device 
or matter claimed is anticipated by foimer patents or 
publications, after which the applicant may either 
amend his application or demand a reconsideration of 
the decision. As a rule applications are amended ; and 
as they may be amended as often as new reasons or ref- 
erences are given by the examiner, which by reason of 
the change in the claims often becomes necessary, it is 
not extravagant to say that the average actions, each 
of which amounts to a decision upon evidence, which 
the Examiner himself must find ar6 not less than four 
to each application, so that upon the twenty-three 
thousand applications filed during the past year not 
less than ninety-two thousand decisions were made. 
With the force now provided by law the twenty-four 
Principal Examiners, including the Examiners of Trade- 
Marks and of Designs, are required to superintend and 
arc held responsible for this large number of decisions, 
making for each examiner about four thousand decis- 
ions during the year. 

Some conception of the magnitude of the labors of 
the examining corps of this Office, and of the necessity 
for an increase thereof, may be gained from the fore- 
going. The examiners have been urged by the public, 
by myself, and by the exigencies of the service to ex- 
traordinary efforts, and they have responded with re- 
markable unanimity, to prevent the business of the 
Office from becoming seriously delayed. Under this 
pressure patents may have been granted upon hasty 
examination which ought to have been refused. This 
difficulty must continue to exist unless Congress pro- 
vides for an increase in the number of examiners and 



assistants, or confers upon the Commissioner authority 
to add to such force from time to time as the exigencies 
of the business require. As the inventors of the coun- 
try pay for all the expenses of these examinations, it 
is due to them that their business should be transacted 
properly and promptly. I therefore recommend an in- 
crease over the present force of one principal exam- 
iner, three first, three second, and three third assistant 
examiners. This increase would add one entire division 
to the examining corps, and also provide assistants to 
the Examiners of Designs and of Trade-Marks, who now, 
in order to equalize the work, are charged with the 
examination of a large number of subclasses of appli- 
cations in addition to the special class for which their 
offices were created. This would provide twenty-fivn 
examining divisions, (aside from the Examiner of In- 
terferences,) and would, in my judgment, be sufficient, 
for a time at least, to insure prompt action upon appli- 
cations as they are filed in the Office. 

The appropriations for the year ending June 30, 1881, 
provide salaries for three hundred and sixty-nine per- 
sons. This includes the Commissioners, the exam- 
iners and their assistants, the clerks, copyists, messen- 
gers, and laborers. 

By reason of the demands of the public service I have 
been compelled to employ a much larger number, and 
am now employing four hundred and eleven persons, 
exclusive of the carpenters, who are paid out of the 
contingent fund. In order to do this and keep within 
the appropriations, a large number of persons are em- 
ployed as laborers at salaries not much above half- 
pay — that is to say, at about one-half of the salary that 
is contemplated by Congress for a given character of 
service. The appropriation for the next fiscal year 
should be so increased as to secure the retention of 
those now employed at least, and at such salaries as 
have heretofore been paid for like services. 

ROOM. 

A serious embarrassment which I have met, and 
which has been frequently referred to by my prede- 
cessors in office, is the want of sufficient room for the 
convenient andproper transaction of the business of the 
Office. This want of room largely diminishes the ef- 
fectiveness of the force. Mr. Commissioner Paine, in 
his report for the year ending 1879, referring to this sub- 
ject, said : 

The rooms occupied by the examiners are utterly inadequate 
to the requirements of the public service. Many of "them are too 
unhealthy to be fit for an^y use except the storage of material. 
Each of the examining divisions needs two well-lighted and well- 
ventilated rooms ; but in most cases a single small room is the only 
accommodation aflbrded for the entire examining divisions, in- 
cluding the clerks, with all the desks, models, drawings, and 
books required for the performance of their work. It necessarily 
results that each examiner is disturbed by the consultations of 
the other examiners with inventors and attorneys. 

The crowded condition of the rooms retards the transaction of 
business, and at the same time occasions much sickness as well as 
discomfort among the examiners and clerks. This entails serious 
loss upon the Government, and involves gross injustice to these 
ofiBoers. The Government has already levied upon the inventors 
contributions nearly equal to the cost of the Patent Office building. 
In the original statute providing for its erection, which was en- 
acted July 4, 183C, it was ordered that the cost should bo paid out 
of the "patent fund in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated." 
This would seem to have dedicated at the outset all the net reve- 
nues realized by the Government from the Patent Othce to the con- 
struction of the building. 

In 1849 and 1850 specific appropriations of the patent fund wero 
made for the construction of this edifice, amounting to two hun- 
dred thousand dollars. In addition, the Government has taken 
from inventors enough to make the af;gTcgato net revenues from 
the Patent Office almost a million and a half of dollars; and yet 
this Bureau is now restricted to a small part {which is also tho 
worst part) of the building, and tho best portions are being occn« 
pied by the Land OflBce, the Indian Bureau, the Assistant Attor* 



VI 



EEPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS FOE THE YEAR 1880. 



ney-General, and the offices of the Secretary of the Interior. The 
Patent Office needs, and ought to have, exclusive possession of the 
entire building, excepting those portions only wnich are required 
for the use of the Secretary. Seasonable legislation looking to that 
end is imperatively retiuired. 

DIGESTS. 

Attention lias been called by several of my predeces- 
sors to the necessity of having a digest made, for the 
use of the OfiSce and of the public, of the inventions 
patented in this and foreign countries, as well as those 
disclosed in publications, technical works, and in sci- 
entific and other libraries. At the risk of repetition, I 
desire also to call the attention of Congress to the im- 
portance of such a work, in the hope that the necessity 
80 long felt and so often referred to may, at no distant 
day, be relieved, and the wants of the Office and the 
public supplied. Nearly 240,000 patents have already 
been issued by this office. If the examinations of the 
Office upon applications filed were limited to American 
patents only, the necessity for a digest of such patents 
would, to any person at all acquainted with the busi- 
ness of this Office, be apparent ; but when to this number 
of ijatents are added those issued in foreign countries, 
as well as the inventions described in scientific and 
other works, the importance of such a digest, in order 
that au examiner may know what the state of the par- 
ticular art is, cannot be overestimated. As well might 
it be expected that a lawyer could promptly tell what 
the law is upon a given subject from the isolated decis- 
ions found in the reports of the decisions of the courts 
of this and other countries, without a digest of such de- 
cisions, as that an examiner, although an expert in the 
particular class, can determine from the great number 
of inventions already patented, as well as those de- 
scribed in books and publications, whether a particular 
device or composition of matter is patentable, without 
some book in which reference is made to all the pat- 
ents which have been issued in that particular class, 
as well as the inventions described in books and pub- 
lications. 

The preparation of such a work would cost, it is true, 
a large sum of money and consume considerable time ; 
but I think the expense to the Government wOuld 
eoon be reimbursed by its sale. If not in that way di- 
rectly, certainly it would by its sale and the increased 
facility which it would afford to the examining corps 
of the Office, lessening their labors, and hence the ne- 
cessity for so large a number of persons being employed 
on that kind of work. The advantage to the public, 
and especially to inventors and manufacturers, would 
be incalculable. Inventors often spend months, and 
even years, in producing a device to do a certain thing, 
only to fiud at the end of the time thus spent that their 
inventions have been fully anticipated by other devices, 
if not identical with the one presented, in all respects 
similar to it. 

Capital, always cautious, seeks investment in prop- 
erty the chief value of which consists in the fact that 
its owner has the exclusive right to produce or use it, 
which right is guaranteed by a patent of the United 
States, more cautiously than in any other kind of prop- 
erty, because of the uncertainty felt in such guaranty 
of the Government until the validity of such patent is 
tested by the severe ordeal of a trial in the courts. 
This feeling of uncertainty, this want of confidence, 
and hesitation on the part of capitalists and manufac- 
turers may be overcome, in a largo degree at least, by 



having the inventions in each and every class so brought 
together that at least those skilled in a particular art 
can determine whether a particular device or compo- 
sition of matter is anticipated in a former patent or 
publication. 

Had the preparation of such a work been commenced 
when it was most urgently recommended by Mr. Com- 
missioner Ewbank more than thirty years ago, and, 
after its publication, annually kept up, many useless 
and worthless patents would not have been granted, 
and its cost to the Government, in my opinion, would 
have been many times saved. 

For the foregoing reasons, and for reasons which have 
been given by my predecessors in their reports on this 
subject, I earnestly recommend that action be taken by 
Congress looking to an early commencement of the 
preparation of this work. At some time, if our patent 
system is continued, such a work will become so neces- 
sary that its preparation can no longer be delayed. 
Delay in its preparation will only add to its cost when 
it is commenced, because the material to be examined 
and classified is constantly increasing. In the mean- 
time the Office must suffer the inconvenience of not hav- 
ing it for daily use. 

NECESSARY LEGISLATION. 

Under existing law there is no provision for obtain- 
ing evidence as to whether or not there has been a 
public use or sale of an invention claimed for more than 
two years prior to the filing of the application. Pub- 
lic use or sale for more than two years prior to that 
time is made by the statute a bar to the grant of a pat- 
ent, and in case the same is granted proof of such use 
or sale is sufficient to defeat it ; but no way of ascer- 
taining the facts is provided by law. I therefore rec- 
ommend that the Commissioner of Patents be author- 
ized by law to establish regulations to obtain evidence 
as to the fact of public use or sale in all cases where 
such sale or use is alleged, and also to compel the at- 
tendance of witnesses, the same as in contested cases, 
as provided for in section 4906 of the Revised Statutes. 

ASSISTANT COMMISSIONEK. 

While an Assistant Commissioner is provided for this 
Bureau, the law nowhere prescribes his duties when 
the Commissioner is present and in charge. It has been 
usual for the Commissioner to assign to the Assistant 
Commissioner various duties to be performed, includ- 
ing the hearing of cases brought on appeal to the Com- 
missioner in person, where no objection is made by 
the party or parties interested. Serious objection, 
however, has been raised to this practice, and a case is 
now pending in the Supreme Court of this District to 
determine the validity of a decision made by the As- 
sistant Commissioner while the Commissioner was pres- 
ent. The case in which this question arose occurred 
prior to my assuming charge of the Bureau; but, ow- 
ing to the fact that the law does not prescribe the du- 
ties of that officer, and also that objection can be made 
at any stage of the proceedings if decided by him, there- 
by complicating the case, I have thus far sought to 
avoid any such complication, so far as decision of cases 
is concerned, by signing each and every decision pre- 
pared by the Assistant Commissioner. To properly in- 
vestigate and decide the large number of cases which 
are brought on appeal to the Commissioner, some pro- 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS FOR THE YEAR 1880. 



YU 



vision should bo made in the law by which cases can 
be assigned to the Assistant Commissioner and his de- 
cision thereon be made conclusive. I therefore recom- 
mend the passage of a law defining the duties of the 
Assistant Commissioner to be such as may from time 
to time be assigned to him by the Commissioner. 

TRADE-MAEKS. 

The Supreme Court of the United States, in the cases 
ot The United States T. Steffens, The United States y. Witte- 
man, The United States v. Johnson, (U. S. Reports, 100,) 
adjudged "that the statute relating to trade-marks can- 
not be upheld, in whole or in part, as valid and con- 
stitutional." Notwithstanding this decision, my pre- 
decessor, upon authority of the Secretary of the Inte- 
rior, continued to receive applications for and issue cer- 
tificates of the registration of trade-marks. The prac- 
tice then adopted, which has since been followed, is to 
notify the applicant in each case of said decision of 
the Supreme Court, and if after such notice he persists 
in his request for registration, the application is exam- 
ined and a certificate of registration issued in the same 
manner as though no siich decision had been rendered. 

The reason assigned by applicants for desiring reg- 
istration is, that they may have preserved somewhere 
a record of the declaration of their intention to adopt 
a particular trade-mark or the date when one was 
adopted. 

The fact that under the law of 1870 some eight thou- 
sand trade-marks were registered in this Office prior to 
the decision referred to has made it practically the 
place where search must be instituted to ascertain 
whether any particular trade-mark has been adopted, 
and the facility vrith which such search can be made 
by the records of the Office, both as to the adoption 
and subsequent assignment of such trade-marks, makes 
the record of registration here particularly valuable. 

Some legislation under the circumstances is required. 

PRIXTING. 

The specifications of patents issued prior to January 
1, 1866, have not been printed, although about one 



thousand specifications following that date have been 
printed during each month of the past year. The draw- 
ings for these patents have been photolithographed,. 
and are now ready to be attached to the specifications. 
When all of these specifications are printed the work 
of the Office will be greatly lessened, a large number 
of copyists can be dispensed with, and the public much, 
more promptly served. At least thirty-five thousand 
dollars will be necessary to continue this work during, 
the next fiscal year. 

The general index of patentees, extending from 1790- 
to 1873, which has been in preparation for several 
years, is now ready for the printer ; but there is no 
money available to pay the expense of printing it. It 
is believed that ten thousand dollars will cover suchi 
expense, and I recommend an appropriation of that sum 
for that ]3urpose. 

Through some inadvertence the illustrations of the 
Patent Office Reports for the year 1870 have not been 
printed. If printed, the reports of this Office would be- 
complete. It is estimated that these illustrations can 
now be reproduced by the photolithographic process at 
a cost of about six thousand dollars. The propriety of 
having the reports of this Office complete must be appar- 
ent to all. I therefore recommend an appropriation of 
the sum of six thousand dollars to complete this work, 
the same to be immediately available. 

I submit herewith a detailed statement of all moneys, 
received for patents, for copies of records or drawings, 
and from all other sources ; also, a statement of the 
expenditures for contingent and miscellaneous ex- 
penses, a list of patents granted, arranged under proper 
heads, and an alphabetical list of the patentees, with 
their places of residence, said statements and lists cov- 
ering the transactions of this Office during the year- 
ending December 31, 1880. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

E. M. MARBLE, 
Commissioner of Patents.. 

Hon. S. J. Raijdaix, 

Spealcer of the House of Representatives. 



ALI>H^BETICA.L LIST 



OK 



PATENTEES FOE THE YEAR 1880. 



[Patentees of Designs, Trade-Marts, and Labels, and parties •n-lio liavo filed Disclaimers foUow this in separate indexes, but precede 

tbe Alphabetical List of Inventions.] 



Xame, residence, and inrention. 



Abbe, Horatio H.. et al. (See Barton. Elijah C, assignor.) 

Abbe, James T., Sprinsfield, Mass. Water-bact for stoves 

Abbo, John E., South "Windham, Conn. Papcr-pnlp engine 

Abbott. A. A. (See Burr. Bradley, assignor.) 

Abbott, James M. (See Howard,'james S., assignor.) 

Abbott. John M., Tama City, Iowa, assignor of one-half interest to E. Harmon. Inside blind 

Abbott, ViUiam, London. England. Tulcanization of water-proof fabrics 

Abbott. William H. K. (SeeSpencer, Henry T., assignor.) 

Abel. Anthony, Xew York, !N . Y. Dentist's" and barber's chair 

Abcle, Charles, Xevr York, X. Y. Cash-controlling printing apparatus 

Abell, Dan, Carson City, Xev. Circulating device for steam-generators 

Abington Tack and Machine Association. (See Hyslop, John, Jr., assignor.) 

Able, Augustus H., Pluladelphia, Pa. "SVatcrgage for marine boilers 

Abrahams, Herman L. (See Patterson and Abrahams.) 

Abrahams, Isaac B., Xew York, X. Y. Plastic composition of matter for the manufacture 

of jewelry and fancy articles 

■ Abstcrdam'. John, XeV York, X. Y. Car- wheel 

Absterdam! Jolm. X^cw York, !N". Y. Safety-valve. (Keissue) 

Acid Pump and Siphon Company. (See INichols, Mauwaring, and Livesey, assignors.) 
Acker, Charles W.. VTatertown, X. Y., assignor to G. L. Crandall. Carriage-curtain eyelet. 

(Keissue) 

Ackermann, George, Cincinnati, Ohio. Automatic elevator-gate 

Ackermann, George, Cincinnati, Ohio. Automatic elevator-gate 

Actien-Gesellschaftfuer Locomotivbau Hohenzollom. (See Lentz, Gustav, assignor.) 

Active Manufacturing Company. (See Monteith, George, assignor.) 

Adair. James, Aleppo township, (PittaburgP. 0.,) Allegheny county, Pa. Fire-place 

Adair, James, Aleppo township, (Pittsburg P. 0., ) Allegheny county. Pa. Fire-place 

Adair, Pike, Talbottom, and 0. M. Colbert, Butler, Ga. Bee-hive 

Adair. Will, Canmer, (CXmega P. O.. ) Ky. Folding shipping-coop 

Adams, Benjamin F., Springfield. Mass^ Hevolving glass-cutter 

Adams, Benjamin F., Brootiyn. N. Y. Combined stirrer and thermometer 

Adams, CliaVles M. (See Broad. AVUlard, assignor.) 
Adams, Charles M. (See Moulton, Franklin, assignor.) 
Adam.-i, Charles 0. (See Fay, "William W., assignor.) 

Adams Chester F., Toledo. Ohio. Radiator for stove-pipes 

Adams & Co., F. F. (See Lovell, Mclvin ^T., assignor.) 
Adams. Frank W. (See Koberts, Henry P., assignor.) 

Adams. Franklin F.. Erie, Pa. Crank attachment , 

Adams, Frederick W. (See Kathbnn and Adams.) 

Adams, George E., assignor to W. S. Godfrey. Providence, H. I. Collar-button 

Adams, George F.. et al. (See Fisher. James'S., assignor.) 

Adams, Hawlcy, Xew York, N. Y. "Vegetable-cmsher 

Adams, Henry," and C. C. Hayncs, Wilmington, Yt. Liquid-holder 

Adams. Henrv A., assismor, by mesne assignments, to Sandwich Manufacturing Company, 

Sandwich, 111., T. L. "French, Cedar Falls, Iowa, and S. D. Locke, Hoosick Falls, N. Y. 

Harvester. (Ecissue) 

Adams, Henry B., Jf ew York, If. Y. Wringer 

Adams, Henry J., et al. (See Adams, Stephen E., assignor.) 

Adams. Henry W., Xew "Tork, U". Y. Furnace and apparatus for smelting ores and con- 

densins fumes 

Adams, Henry W., Xew York, X. Y. Boasting and chloridizing furnace 

Adams, Hiram E., Worcester, Mass. Manufacture of boots and shoes 

Adams, Horace, et al. (See Mortz, Joseph O., assignor.) 

Adams, James, Glasgow, Great Britain. Gas-stove 

Adams. James A., assignor to himself and I. IN". Haman, Lampasas, Tex. Eotary engine . . 
Adams, James W., ct al. (See Adams, Stephen B., assignor.) 

Adams, J. McGregor, Chicago, 111. Coal-oil stove 

Adams, J. McGregor, Chicago, HI. Oil-stove 

Adams, John. (See Coriell and Adams.) 

Adams, John D. (See Adams. Thomas, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Adams, .John F., et al. (See Watkins, Alfred E., assignor.) 

Adams, John S., Elgin, HI. Windmill 

Adams, Joseph. Lower St. Clair township, Allegheny county, assignor to D. Evans, D. Chal- 
liuor, and J. Lowery, Pittsburg, Pa. Mechanism ibr opening the base of lamp-chimneys. 

Adams, Joseph, and E. Renncbnrg, Baltimore, Md. Can-capping machine 

Adams, Lewis B., et al. (See Coon. Charles, assignor.) 

Adams, Leonidas, Bicknell. Ind. "Vehicloaxlc lubricator 

Adams, Luther, Mattoon. 111. Excavator 

Adams, Xathan L., Fort Collins, Colo. Low-water alarm for boilers 



K"o. 



Date. 



232,164 
235,844 



223,973 
226,279 

229 227 
225i203 
233,905 

230,849 



220,553 

227,407 

9,242 



9,029 
230,337 
231,3S8 



230,339 

230,390 

226,821 
230,388 
229,223 
233,906 



232,429 

234,841 

232,335 

223,689 
;S9,r)76 



9,208 
230,599 



^7,710 
232,798 
234,101 

233,389 
;S3,088 

230,850 
231,884 



23.3,173 

232.C25 
227,463 

228 242 

228',708 
230,213 



Sept. 14 
Dec. 28 



Feb. 3 
Apr. 

June 29 
Mar. 9 
Kov. 2 

Aug. 10 



Apr. 20 
May 11 
June 3 



Jan. 
July 27 
Aug. 24 



July 27 

July 27 

Apr. 27 
July 27 
June 29 
ISTov. 2 



Sept. 21 

Xov. 30 

Sept. 21 

Jan. 20 
July 



June 29 
Aug. 3 



May 13 
Oct. 5 
Kov. 9 

Oct. 19 
Jan. 20 

Aug. 10 
Sept. 7 



Oct. 12 

Sept. 23 
May 11 

June 1 
Juno 15 
Julv 20 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



342 

985 



1 

128 

12S5 
261 

83 

307 



531 

444 

083 



261 

1067 

919 



1009 

1073 

805 

1068 

1286 

89 



677 

1235 

624 

530 
82 



1030 
1 



721 
1 

409 

751 

533 

308 
2 



471 

903 
444 

99 
803 

829 



80 
273 



09 
301 
259 



302 

C302 

1303 

225 

301 

353 

23 



137 

345 
172 
158 



449 
1 



204 

1 

111 

C205 

i206 

153 

89 
1 



130 

249 
128 

30 
219 
234 



IS 
18 



17 
17 

17 
17 
13 

18 



17 
17 
17 



17 
13 

13 



13 

[l3 

17 

13 
17 
13 



13 

13 

13 

17 
13 



17 

18 



17 

13 

13 

tl3 
17 

13 
18 



13 

IS 
17 

17 
17 
16 



538 
1409 



203 

769 

1455 

515 

1001 

305 



S57 
1061 
1344 



47 
197 
417 



197 

193 

913 

197 

1455 

1001 



650 

1229 

642 

123 
21 



1501 

247 



1116 

739 

1062 

877 
123 

305 
525 



S23 

CSC 
1061 

1242 

i3es 

152 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Al}}liahetical list of xmtenices — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Adams, Peter, Jr. (See Shepard and Adams.) 

Adams, Peter F., Salem, Mass. Invalid-bedstead 

Adams, E. & H. (See Holt, Eobert, assignor.) 

Adams, Eobert A., Grand Eapids, Mich. Graining-macMne 

Adams, Samnel 31., ct al. (Sec Watkins, Alfred E., assignor.) 

Adams, S. Jarvis, Pittsburpr, Pa. Molding apparatus 

Adams, S. Jarvis, Pittsburg, Pa. Tube-welding ball 

Adams & Son, Eobert. (See Paterson, John, assignor.) 

Adams, Stephen B., Dunreitli, assignor of two-thirds interest to H. J. and J. "W. Adams, 

Xcw Lancaster, Ind. Extension-ladder 

Adams, Stephen J., Pittsburg, Pa., and W. D. Platter, Goshen, Ind., assignors to said 

Adams. Pump-braclict 

Adams, Theodore, Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for laying raUway-tracks 

Adams, Theodore, Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatiis for laying railway-tracks 

Adams, Thomas, JBrooklyn, N. Y., assi,gnor to J. D. Adams. Chewing-gum. (Eeissue) 

Adams, Thomas J., Juniata, I'yebr. "Heater-elevator 

Adams & AVestlako Manufacturing Company. (See Miltimore, J. H., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Adams, William J., Philadelphia, Pa. Type-clamp 

Adamsou, Charles E., Gilman, Ind. Eunningj-gear for wagons 

Adamson, Edward, Providence, E. I. Eced for looms 

Adamsou, J. Arthur, Philadelphia, Pa. Suspenders 

Addams, Austin. Prceport, 111. Plow 

Addy, Charles J., Boston, assignor to T. A. Dodge, trustee, Cambridge, Mass. Heel-bur- 
nishing machine - 

Ade, Carl W., Stuttgart, assignor of one-half interest to J. A. S. Biernatzki, Hamburg, Ger- 
many. Lock 

Adel, Henry D., Mansfield, 111., assignor of ono-half interest to H. H. Knepper, Basil, Ohio. 
Stiirup 

Ader, Clement, Paris, lYanco. "Visible signal for telephones 

Adkerson, Charles B., Decatur, HI. Elexible cylinder for soldering fruit-cans 

Adlam, Samuel, Jr., Boston, Mass. Hosc-coupiing 

Adler, Marcus A., New York, N". Y. Safety-pocket 

Adler, Marcus A., New York, N. Y. Safety-pocket 

Adler, Marcus A., New York, N. Y. Safety-pocket 

Adler, Mas. (See Gunning, James E. J., assignor.) 

Adriance, John P. (See Brown, Thomas S., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Adriance, "Walter, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Horse hay-rake 

Adt, .John, New Haven, Conn. "Wire-cutting machine. (Eeissue) 

Adt, John B., Baltimore, Md. Meat-cutter 

Adt, John B., Baltimore, Md. Tobacco-cutter 

Affcltranger, Eodolph, Turbenthal, assignor to C. A. De Gouzenbach, Zurich, and G. Na- 
ville, Geneva, Switzerland. Distributfon and expansion valve for engines 

Affleck, John S., BrookljTi, (Green Point Station,) N. Y. Packing-ring for boiler-tubes 

Agard, Benjamin E., assignor of one-half interest to F. Conrick, Dubuque, Iowa. Portable 
stove - 

Agnew, David F., Allegheny, Pa. Mosquito-bar frame 

Alirend, Hermann, assignor'to Eomcr & Co., Newark, N. J. Handcuff 

Aiken, Jolm W., Tennessee, HI. Bridle 

Aiken, .Jonas B., Franklin, N. H. Hose-carriage , 

Aiken, Walter, Franklin, N. H,, assignor, b.y mesne assignments, to W. Corey. Machine 
for making the tongues of niacWne knitting-needles. (Eeissue) '. , 

.4jken, AV.iltor, Franklin, N. H. Straight-knitting machine 

Aiken, Walter, Franklin, N. H. Straight-knitting machine 

Aikin, .John, et al. (See Faulkner, James J., assignor.) 

Aikiu, William, and W. W. Drummond, Louisville, Ky. Machine for molding in sand 

Aikman, Peter A., Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Stove-damper 

Aiusworth, .Jolm C, Bury, and E. K. Eoberts, Tottingham, county of Lancaster, Great 
Britain, Eegulatin g gas-tap 

Aitkeu, William B., Pljiladelpliia, Pa. Brick-machine 

Akam, Charles G., Chicago, 111. Darning device to be used with sewing-machines , 

Akens, William H., Penn Line, Pa. Harvester-reel 

Akcr, Alfred, assignor of one-half interest to J. G. Wilson, Streator, HI. Cultivator 

Akerle.y, Oliver, assignor to J. A. Horton, Boston, Mass. Metallic brush 

Akin, Charles XJ. (See Castle and Akin.) 

Albany Steam Trap Company. (See Blessing, James H., assignor.) 

Albaugh, George C., Louisville, Ky. Show-case 

Albee, Edwin "W., Dubuque. Iowa. Show-box cover 

Alberger, John Li, Buffalo, N. Y., and T. Sault, New Haven, Conn. Condenser for steam- 
escapes 

Albers, Henry, New Bremen, Ohio. Thill-coupling 

Albert, Charles, and C, Sevbold, Cincinnati, Ohio. Time-lock 

Albertson, Albert, Jersey City, N. J., assignor to J. Matthews, New York, N. Y. Bottle- 
stopper 

Albertson, Albert, Jersey City, N. J., assignor to J. Matthews, New "fork, N. Y. Bottl'o'- 
stopper 

Albertson, Albert, Jersey City, N. J., assignor to J. Matthews, New "Tork, N.Y." Bottle- 
stopper 

Albertson, James. (See Einehart and Albertson.) 

Albrecht, Hermann, Philadelphia, Pa. Christmas-tree holder 

Albrccht, Hermann, Philadelphia, Pa. Fluting-machine. (Eeissue) 

Albrecht, Wilhelm, assignor to W. Albrecht & Co., Detroit, Mich. Velocipede 

Albrecht & Co., William. (See Albrecht, AVilhelm, assignor.) 

Albro, Charles E., Cortland Village, N. Y. Hoisting apparatus. (Eeissue) 

Albro, Charles E,, Cortland Village, N. Y. Hoisting apparatus 

Alden, Charles, Gloucester, Mass. Preserving fresh fish 

Alderman, Frank E. (See Hudson and Alderman.) 

Alderson, Frederick L,, and T. Loftus ; said Loftus assignor to A. Gallatin, Sacramento, Cal. 

Hose-pipe nozzle 

Aldrich, Frank E.. Boston, Mass. Machine for preparing light-weight rubber clotli.' . ... 
Aldrich, George W. (See Coleman and Aldrich.) 

Aldrich, George W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Liquid-measuring tank and cock 

Aldrich, Lyman H., Shortsville, N. Y. Bag-holder and truck therefor ; ... 



No. 



225,455 

233,179 

235,101 
215,432 

224,374 

2.3.5,612 
228,505 
229,229 
9,152 
225,909 

224,372 

229,793 
223,974 
232,664 
226,148 

235,115 

224,373 

223,690 
226,584 
232,223 
228.101 
225,038 
220.470 
23i;251 



229,349 

9,294 

230,728 

233,829 

223,871 
229,070 

225,780 
229,071 
226,949 
228,012 
226,012 

9,206 
233,061 
235,332 

224,570 
233,456 

223,573 
227,668 
223,975 
226,585 
225,264 
230,915 



226,045 
229,054 

227,342 

225,502 
235,330 

228,433 

223,434 

231,518 

224,024 

9,127 

229,055 

9 153 

232',3S6 
235,116 



225,092 
235,117 

228,799 
234,381 



Date. 



Mar. 10 

Oct. 12 

Dec. 7 
Dec. 14 

Feb. 10 

Dec. 21 
June 8 
June 29 
Apr. 13 
Mar. 30 

Feb. 10 

July 13 
Fob. 3 
Sept. 28 
Apr. 

Dec. 7 

Feb. 10 

Jan. 20 
Apr. 20 
Sept. 14 
June 1 
Mar. 2 
Apr. 13 
Aug. 17 



June 29 
July 13 
Aug. 3 
Nov. 2 

Jan. 27 
June 22 

Mar. 23 
Juno 22 
Apr. 27 
May 25 
Mai-. 30 

May 18 
Oct. 12 
Deo. 14 



Feb. 17 
Oct. 19 

Jan. 13 
May 18 
Feb. 3 
Apr. 20 
Mar. 9 
Aug. 10 

Apr. 20 
July G 

May 11 

Mar. 16 
Deo. 14 

June 8 

June 8 

Aug. 24 

Feb. 17 
Mar. 23 
July 6 

Apr. 13 
Sept. 21 
Dec. 7 



Mar. 2 
Dec. 7 

Juno 15 
Nov. IG 



Monthly 
Tolume. 



c 
CO 



507 



153 

526 



406 

691 
412 

1287 
515 

1103 

463 

341 
2 

951 
1 

61 

464 

590 
531 
415 
1 
72 
375 
771 



1442 

690 

151 

1 

817 
1118 

955 
1118 

961 
1095 
1242 

916 
327 
340 

695 
835 

450 
672 
3 
532 
327 
378 



604 
162 

303 
619 
335 

325 

326 

lOCO 

702 

1098 

163 

515 

025 

63 



135 
C4 



804 
697 



165 
130 



44 
152 



133 

197 
113 
353 



315 

:132 

133 

95 

1 

261 

1 

19 

133 

158 
149 
115 
1 
20 
107 
216 



397 

193 

45 

1 

218 
304 

275 
304 
267 
311 
351 

261 

91,92 

93 

C198 

il99 

230 

121 
192 
1 
149 
96 
109 



168 
45 

89 
C179 
il80 

93 

89 

89 

297 

215 

312 

45 

144 

172 

19 



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19 



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18 
18 
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18 

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17 

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18 1291 

219 17 1369 
187 18 I 1119 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Xamc, residcDce, and invention. 



Aldricli. Xetrton, ct al. (Seo Enos, George P., assignor.) 

Alexander, Alexander G., Detroit, Micb. Water-closet 

Alexander, Amasa, Tilton, ]!7. H. Machinery for stretching hat-brims 

Alexander, Charles if., AVashington, B. C. Automatic toylrog 

Alexander, Edward P., Clinton, N. T. Nut-lock ' 

Alexander. George B. (See GUI and Alexander.) 

Alexander, Horace C, Kcw York, K". T. Tubular lantern 

Alexander, James H., Mystic Eiver, Conn. Wrench 

Alexander, James H., Oil City, Pa. Eetiuing petroleum, etc 

Alexander, John L. and W. E., Lebanon, Ind. SMngle-shjiving machine 

Alexander, John L. and W. E., Hazelrigg, Ind. Band-cntter 

Alexander, John W., assignor of one-half interest to A. J. Pouch, Xcw York, iST. Y. Crane 
for loading vessels 

Alexander, Kobert M., Lincoln, Ala. Seed-planter and fertilizer-distributer 

Alexander, Trbana D., Chicago, 111. Machine for making sheet-metal pans 

Alexandei-, TJrbana D., Chicago, El. Dust-pan 

Alexander, William A. (See^agoire and Alexander.) 

Aleximder, William E. (Seo Alexander, John L. and W. E.) 

Alexander, William G., and G. A. WeUs, Oskaloosa, loTva. Furnace for heating soldering- 
eoppers 

Alford, .James W., et al. (See Gammill. George W.. assignor.) 

Alford. Kinehen B., ct al. (See Gammill, George W., assignor.) 

Algco, -John. (See Clark, James W., assignor.) 

Alger. Israel F., Fitchburg, Mass. Horse-hitcher 

Allotb. Itodolphe, assignor to Chancel, TeOlon, Alioth & Co., Basle, Switzerland. Appara- 
tus for detecting knots in yam 

Alissolf. Michael,"St. Petersl')urg, Russia, assignor to C. G. Kleberg, Loudon. Copying-pad. . 

Alker, John H., assignor to Jones & Laugblins. Pittsburg, Pa. Bolt and rivet machine 

Allan, Alexander, Jr., Addlestone, England. Water-gage 

Alice, Seth P., Lynnville, lovra. Check-ro-\vcr 

Allen. Alexander B., Cincinnati, Ohio. Manufacture of substitutes for hard rubber 

Allen. Alice M., et al. (See Bement, Ernest M., assignor.) 

Allen, Arthur M., Xew York, :N'. Y. Telocfpede 

Allen, Bcrryman S., Hurricane Switch Station, assignor to J. T. Allen, Pulaski, Tenn. ? 
Cotton-chopper 3 

Allen, Charles E., Slansfield, Pa. Multiplying scale-beam 

Allen, Charles F., South Abington, Mass. Watch-ci-ystal 

Allen. Charles W.. Pino Eidgo Agency, Dak. Ter. Hay rake and bunrher 

Allen, Chauncey F., Waterbury, Conn. Corset 

Allen, Chauncey F., Waterbury, Conn. Corset 

AUcn. Chester F., assignor of one-half interest to E. O. Briggs, Paw Paw, Mich. Transfer- 
truck for cars T 

Allen, Ethan, Kalamazoo, Mich. Jointer and colter block 

Allen, Frank, and F. A. Grater, assignors to American Ship Windlass Company, Provi- 
dence, 11. 1. Capstan 

Allen, Frank B., ct al. (Seo Harrison, William H., assignor.) 

Allen, Frank H. (See Perkins and Allen.) 

Allen. Fred. A., assignor of one-half interest to F. E. Harding, Monmouth, 111. Frame 
for supporting dead birds as decoys 

Allen, George S. (See Ellrich and Allen.) 

Allen, Henry, SUverton, Oreg. Apparatus for operating roller-gates 

Allen. Henry, SUverton, Oreg. Apparatus for opening liinged gates 

AUen, Henry, Buckingham P.O., Pa. Fan-blower 

Allen. James B., Cranston. K. I. Button 

Allen. James D., Amboy, HI. Watch-maker's tool 

Allen, John F.. Xew York, X. Y. Eiveting-machine 

Allen, John F., Brooklyn, assignor to G. Tt'Hope, Bay Eidge, N. Y., and C. T. Porter, PhUa- 
delphia, Pa. Balanced valve. (Reissue) 

.Allen, .John H., Frankfort, W. Ya. Spinning-machine 

Allen, John M. (See Palmer, George H., assignor.) 

Allen, .John T. (Seo Allen, Berryman S., assignor.) 

Allen, .Joseph, Palmyra, K". Y. Folding reclining-chair 

Allen, Joseph H., Sacramento, Cal. Belt-tightening attachment for sewing-machines 

Allen, Leicester, Brooklj-n, X. Y. Optical lens 

Allen, Leicester, BrgoklVn. JJ'. Y. Process and apparatus for cooling air 

Allen. Luther P., Greenfield, 111. Gate 

Allen, Marshall J., Xew York, S". Y., and W. E. Bradley, Frankfort, Ky. Making whisky. . 

Allen, Maurice P., Green Point, X. Y. Milk-recept&cle 

Allen, Morris S.. et al. (See Bement, Ernest M., assignor.) 

Allen, Nicholas I., SomervUle, assignor to W. F. Draper, Hopedale, Mass. Loom-temple. . . 

AUen. Xorman, Eockaway Beach, N. Y. Fan : 

Allen. Oscar. Mount Morris, N. Y. Spoke-throating machine 

AUen. Eichard N., Hudson, N. Y. Railway -rail 

Allen, Sam. (See Daniels, Aaron M., assignor.) 

Allen, Samuel L.. Cinnaminson, 'S.J. Plow 

AUen, Stephen M., Duxbniy, Mass. Grinding-cyUnder for reducing wood to pulp 

Allen, Stephen M., Duxbnry, Mass. AVood-gi-inder for making paper-pulp 

AUcn, Stephen M., Duxburj-, Mass. Wood-grinder for making paper-pulp 

Allen, Stephen M., Duxbnry, Mass. Manufacture of paper-ptdp from wood 

Allen, Stephen M., Duxbury, Mass. Wood-grinder for making paper-pulp 

AUen, Stephen M., Duxbury, Mass. AV'ood-grinder for making paper-pulp 

AUen. Stephen M., Duxbury, Mass. Manufacture of artificial-stono grinders for making 

wood pulp, &c 

Allen. William A., Ash Grove, Mo. Fence 

AUen, WiUiam B., Orleans, N. Y. Bag-holder 

Alien, WiUiam B., Orleans, N. Y. Lifting-jack 

AUen, AViUiam B., Orleans, N. Y. Hand-truck 

AUen. WiUiam D., SbcfEeld, Great Britain. Furnace for beating ingots, blooms, &c 

AUen, WilUam H., Xew York. X. Y. Grain-meter 

Alien, WilUam H., Camden, X. .J. A'entilating and damper attachment 

AUerton, George M., Xangatuck, Conn. Manufacture of rubber boots and shoes 

Alley. John .J., Albion, Mich. Plow 



So. 



234,934 

225,782 
224,375 
230,913 

233,390 
220,149 
229,297 

234,217 

235,483 

224,505 
231,519 
227,196 
234, C44 



229,935 



233,054 

225,039 
231,517 
224,204 
232,322 
229,350 
229,794 

223,691 

234,219 

231,516 
230,214 
230,982 
230,103 
234,380 

229,072 
223,831 

231,949 



230,600 

224,121 
228,013 
228,293 
231,948 
223,211 
229,795 

9,303 

227,873 



224,319 

228,850 
223,627 
231,886 
234,515 
229,653 
228,583 

223,976 
226,200 
230,983 
225,910 

227,600 
223,304 
224,023 
220,013 
229,073 
229,513 
232,431 

235,721 
231,040 
226,586 
2.32,430 
233,720 

234,102 

223,692 
231,139 
225,091 
226,150 



Date. 



Nov. 30 
Mar. 23 
Feb. 10 
Aug. 10 

Oct. 19 
Apr. 6 
Juno 29 

Nov. 9 

Dec. 14 

Feb. 17 
Aug. 24 
May 4 
Nov. 23 



July 13 



Oct. 23 

Mar. 2 
Aug. 24 
Feb. 10 
Sept. 21 
Juno 29 
July 13 

Jan. 20 

Nov. 9 

Aug. 24 
July 20 
Aug. 10 
July 20 
Nov. 16 

June 22 
Jan. 27 

Sept. 7 



Aug. 

Feb. 

May 

June 

Sept. 

Jan. 

July 



July 20 
May 25 



Feb. 10 

Juno 15 
Jan. 20 
Sept. 7 
Nov. 16 
July 6 
Juno 8 

Feb. 3 
Apr. G 
Aug. 10 
Mar. 30 

May 18 
Jan. 6 
Feb. 17 
Mar. 30 
June 22 
July 6 
Sep"t. 21 

Dec. 21 
Aug. 31 
Apr. 20 
Sept. 21 
Oct. 26 

Nov. 9 

Jan. 20 
Aug. 17 
Mar. 2 
Apr. 6 



Monthly 
volvuno. 



Official 
Gazette. 



CO 



1391 
957 
4G7 
377 

753 

2 

1372 

4R5 

528 

615 
1060 

125 
1037 



498 



1082 

73 

1059 

335 

543 

1444 

342 

591 

487 

1058 
830 
454 
772 
097 

1119 

766 

85 



175 

1095 

161 

84 

1 

342 

1038 
925 



401 

803 
523 
5 
851 
101 
510 

3 

128 

455 

1105 

601 

119 

760 

1243 

1120 

1 

680 

816 

1209 

533 

678 

1155 

410 

593 
031 
134 



374 
276 
134 
109 

200 
1 

377 
:132 
' 133 

152 

179 

298 

36,37 

279 



138 



301 

20 
297 

97 
151 
397 



159 

:i33 

134 

297 
235 
130 
215 
187 

304 

205 

22 



50 
311 
45 
22 
1 
95 

293 

265 



(113 

ill4 

235 

141 

1 

227 



137 

2 

30 

130 

315 

173 
30 
215 
351 
304 
1 
187 



339 
149 
187 
321 
5111 
{112 
159 
179 



1 



18 
17 
17 
18 

18 
17 
17 

}18 

18 

17 
18 
17 
18 



18 



18 

17 
18 
17 
18 
17 
18- 



J 18 

18 
18 
18 
18 
18 

17 
17 

18 



18 

17 
17 
17 
18 
17 
18 

18 
17 



17 
17 
18 
18 
18 
17 

17 
17 
18 
17 

17 
17 
17 

17 
17 
16 
18 

IR 
18 
17 

18 
18 

1 18 

17 
18 
17 
17 



1246 
650 
300 
315 

877 

747 

1466 

1075 

1377 

335 

439 

998 

1183 



91 



94a 

468 
439 
279 
629 
1475 
67 

123 

1070 

438 
153 
327 
143 
1119 

1422 
162 

;;38 



247 

232 

1186 

1252 

538 

3 

07 

180 
1161 



289 

1377 
113 
525 

1145 
33 

1316 

203 
769 
327 
689 

1099 

22 

358 

710 

1422 

9 

651 

1432 
469 
857 
050 
954 

1062 

123 
303 

4c0 
747 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 



Alj}liahetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Alley, Jolin J., Albion, Micb. Plow 

Allgire, James E., Indianapolis, Ind. ilaobiue for cutting tray-blanks 

Allien, Victor S. (See Palmer, Isaac E., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Allington, David K., East Saginaw, Micb. Steam-evaporating apparatus 

AUinstoii, David K., East Saginaw, Micb. "Water-boater 

Allis,^Eciward P. (Sec Hubbell, Josepb, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

AllisI Tbomas T. (See Collins, William G-., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Allis', Thomas V., New York, N. Y. Device for cutting barbs on fence material 

Allisi Tbomas V., New York, N. Y. Blank for barbed metallic fence-rods 

Allison, Andrew, Jr., Pbiladelpbia, Pa. Electric alarm for letter-bolders 

Allison', Asa H., Millville, Ind., assignor to Eagle Manufacturing Companj-. Cultivator. 
(Reissue) 

Allison, James J., Nelson, 111. Bottle-stopper 

Allison, James J., Nelson, HI. Bottle-stopper : 

Allison, Oscar "W"., Rocbester, N. Y. Cigarette-macbine 

Allison, 'William C., and J. Hoskin, Pbiladelpbia, Pa. Apparatus for establisbing perma- 
nent channels in rivers, &c 

Allison, "William C, Philadelphia, Pa. Coupling for tubes 

Allison, "William C, Pbiladelpbia, Pa. Machine for handling tubes 

Allonas, Joseph, deceased, (M. D. Harter, administrator,) Mansfield, Ohio. Traction- wheel. 

Allonas, Joseph, deceased, Mansfield, Ohio, (M. D. Harter, executor.) Traction-wheel 

AUsop, Thomas J., and E. McKcnna, Brooklyn, N. Y. Butcher's tag 

AlU, Edmund, Brooklyn, N. Y. Gate-valve 

All wood, Thomas, Phenix, assignor to himself and L. AValker, River Point, E. I. Barrel- 
platform - - 

Almond, D.avid, Newark, N. J. Fur-miser or dcviUng-macbine 

Almquist, Andrew P., New "Windsor, 111. Machine for trimming apoke-tenons 

Almqvlst, August W. (See McLougblin and Almqvist.) 

Ahny, (Jeorge IT., Delpbos, Ohio. "Wood-bending machine 

Almy! George "W., et al. (See Chase, "William D., assignor.) 

Almy, Harvey S., et al. (See Chase, "WiUiam D., assignor.) 

Alsing, Frederik, assignor to himself, H. Sachmann, and C. Dons, Copenhagen, Denmark. 
Recording ship's compass , 

Alsing, Johan R., Now York, N. Y. Reducing and triturating cylinder 

Alston, William C, PerrysvUle, Pa. Cattle-car 

AltaSer, George W., Cross Keys, Va. Harrow ;.. 

Althans, Ernst E., Breslau, and O. Junghann and H. Ulsmann, Stadt Koenigshiitte, Prus- 
sia, Germany. Eire-proof compoimd for furnace-linings, converter-bottoms, tuyeres, &c. . 

Althof, Bergmann & Co. (See Schwartz, Charles, assignor.) 

Altman, David, Chattanooga, Tenn. Handcuff ■ 

Altmann, Moritz, Camden, N. J., and J. Davey, Philadelphia, Pa. Suspenders.- 

Altmann, Moritz, Camden, N. J. Suspender-clamp 

Alverson, Andrew H., New Haven, Conn. Bird-cage 

Ainberg, William A. (See Hoffman, Austin D., assignor.) 

Ajnberg, William A., Chicago, HI. Letter-file 

Anililef, Artemas C. (See Ambler, James A. and A. C.) 

.Amblei-. Arthur A., assignor of two-thirds interest to A. E. Robertson and E. K. Jacques, 

Odometer 

Natick, Mass. Tree for boots and shoes 

Natick, and E. L. Wires, Milford, Mass. Boot-treeing apparatus 

, Natick, Mass. Boot-treeing apparatus .' 

Natick, Mass. Mechanism for abrading and polishing boot and shoe 



St. Cloud, Minn. 
A.mbler, James A., 
-Ambler, James A., 
.Ambler, James A. 
.Ambler, James At, : 



soles. 



Ambler, James A. and A. C, Natick. Mass. Crimping-macbine for boots and shoes 

Ambler, James A., Natick, Mass. Mechanism for abrading and polishing boot and shoe 
soles. (Reissue) r 

Ambubl, Jacob, Morristown, N. J. Coloring and hardening bricks 

Ament, Sylvester E., Aurora, 111. Windmill 

American Automatic Organ Company. (See Arno, Oliver H., assignor.) 

American Bank Note Company. (See Macdonougla, James, assignor.) 

American Bell Telephone Company. (See Bell, Alexander G., assignor.) 

American Bell Telephone Company. (See Bell and Taiuter, assignors.) 

American Bell Telephone Company. (See Cheevcr, Josepb H., assignor.) 

American Bell Telephone Company. (See Livermore, Joseph P., assignor.) 

American Boiler and Furnace Company. (See Fisher, William M., assignor.) 

American Boiler and Furnace Company. (See Fisher, William M., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

American Buttonhole, Overseaming anil Sewing Machine Company. (See Rominger, George 

S., assignor.) 
American Chair Seat Company. (See Watkins, Gardner A., assignor.) (Reissue.) 
American Electric Company. (See Thomson, Elihu, assignor.) 
American Electric Company. (See Thomson and Houston, assignors.) 
American Fencing Company. (See Cary, Alanson,^ssignor.) 
American Grinding Mill Company. (See Hobler and Good, assignors.) 
American Machine Company et al. (See Potts, Mary F., assignor.) (Reissue.) 
American Metallic Packing Association. (See Tripp, Thomas, assignor.) 
American Meter Company. (See Carpenter, Azariah, assignor.) 
American Meter Company. (See Hopper, Tbomas C, assignor.) 
American Optical Company. (See Wells, George W., assignor.) 
American Patent Underwear Company. (See Baker, John's., assignor.) 
American Rapid Telegraph Company. (See Anderson and Foote, assignors.) 
American Rai)id Telegraph Company. (See Foote and Anderson, assignors.) 
American Screw Company. (See Rogers, Charles D., assignor.) 
American Ship Windlass Company. (See Allen and Grater, assignors.) 
American Ship Windlass Company. (See Remington and Manton, assignors.) (Reissue.) 
American Shoe Tip Company. (See Stockwell, John A., assignor.) (Reissue.) 
Ameiican Standard Brake Company. (See Gue and Field, assignors.) 
American Union Telegraph Companj'. (See Van Hoevenber^h, Henry, assignor.) 
American Vulcanizing Wood anil Lumber Company. (See Robbins, Louis S., assignor.) 

(Reissue.) 

Ames, David J. and E. J., Austin, Minn. Feed-grinding mill 

Ames, Ezra J. (See Ames, David J. and E. J.) 

Ames, Hugh 0., New Orleans, La. Steam- trap 

Ames, Hugh 0., New Orleans, La. Evaporating-pan 

Ames Iron Works. (See Micbener, William R., assignor.) 



No. 



230,457 
227,711 

225,781 
234,045 



232,870 
234,936 
234,218 

9,085 
224,122 
228,582 
231,947 

231,098 
232,432 
235,397 
234,220 
235,722 
229,514 
233,180 

231,041 
230,104 
234,937 

234,035 



230,215 
229,577 
225,911 
235,434 

234,737 

226,950 
223,623 
226,693 
227,195 

224,981 



230,981 
224,500 
227,069 
230,001 

232,323 
234,163 

9,504 
230,729 
235,333 



Date. 



July 27 
May 18 

Mar. 23 
Nov. 23 



Oct. 5 
Nov. 30 
Nov. 9 

Feb. 17 
Feb. 3 
June 8 
Sept. 7 

Aug. 31 
Sept. 21 
Dec. 14 
Nov. 9 
Dec. 21 
July 
Oct. 12 

Aug. 31 
July 20 
Nov. 30 

Nov. 30 



July 20 

July 6 

Mar. 30 

Dec. 14 

Nov. 23 

Apr. 27 

Jan. 20 

Apr. 20 

May 4 

Mar. 2 



Aug. 10 
Feb. 17 
May 18 
Aug. 3 

Sept. 21 
Nov. 9 

Dec. 21 
Aug. 3 
Dec. 14 



Monthly 
volume. 



226,152 

226,951 
235,013 



Apr. 

Apr. 27 
Dec. 21 



1100 

729 



957 
1037 



94 
1393 

480 

920 

176 

509 

81 

1274 
681 
415 
489 

818 

3 

475 

1210 

773 

1394 

1392 



831 

83 

1106 

529 

1145 

902 
524 
055 
125 



452 

617 

674 

4 

545 
412 

968 
152 
342 



963 
092 



327 
205 

f275 
^270 

279 



25 
374 
133 

203 

50 

137 

21, 22 

358 
187 
117 
134 
229 
1 
131 

339 
215 
375 

374 



235 

22 

316 

152 



Official 
Gazette. 



267 

141 

182 

36 



129 

179 

192 

1 

151 
112 

269 



94 



18 
17 



18 
18 
18 

17 
17 
17 

18 

18 
13 
18 
18 
18 
IS 
18 

18 
18 
18 

18 



2 


17 


267 


17 


197 


18 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Al;pliabeiical list of patentees — Continued. 



Xame, residence, and invention. 



Ames Iron "STorks. (See ilichener, TVilliam K., assignor.) (Keissue.) 

Ames, Samuel G., assignor of onefourtli interest to G-. "W. Stackpole, Boston, Mass. Inking 
apparatus 

Ames, Warren "\V., Do Euyter, Jf. T. Addressing-macliine 

Ames. "William D., Cape Elizabeth, Mo. Sprinkler ■ 

Amesburv, George W., Now York. N. T. Cutter-head 

Amesbnry, George W., Philadelphia, Pa. Setting-gage for cutter-heads 

Amick, Pleasant, assicrnor to himself and G. W. "Wilson, Chicago, lU. "CTpholstering material- . 

Amidon, Charles H., Buflfalo, ^s^. y. Bit-brace 

AmmareU, Christian, assignor to himself and F. Hohmaier, East IsTew York, N. Y. Car- 
brake 

AmmenoQan,t,Charles 'W.. OrangeviDe, Pa, Sand-guard for vehicle-Tvheels 

Amor, Joseph, and A. J. Lane, Glenville, Ohio. Poison-distribnter 

Amor^ William G., Cleveland, Ohio. Vapor-burner 

Amorv, Francis, et al. (See Hai-mon, Edward W., assignor.) 

AmorV, Francis, ct al. (See Knnbley, John W,, assignor.) 

Amory, Francis, ct al. (See McCarty, Cremora F, and W., assignors.) 

Amory. Harcourt, Boston, Mass. Electric signal-bell 

Amstiitz. Joseph, Harlan. Ind. Pake-reel for reapers and mowers 

Amundsen, Hans and 0., Little Falls, Wis. Supplying water to steam-boilers 

Amundsen, Hans and 0., Little Falls, Wis. Device for feeding steam-boilers. (Reissue) . . . 

Amuudseu, Ole. (See Amundsen, Hans and 0.) 

Amiindsen, Ole. (See Amiindsen, Hans and 0.) (Reissue.) 

Aneclin, Anatole, Paris, France. Heating raUway and other carriages 

Andcrcs, Jacob, assignor to himself and S. NetscUer, Pacific, Mo. Hand corn-planter 

Anders, George L,, Boston, Mass, Switch for telephone-circuits 

Anders, George L,. Boston, Mass, Switch and signaling apparatus for telephone-systems- - 

Anders, George L., Boston, and T. A. Watson, Everett, Mass. Individual signaling appa- } 
ratus for district telephone-systems 5 

Anders, George L., Boston, and T. A.Watson, Everett, Mass. Switch for telephone-circuits . - 

Anders, George L., Boston, Mass. Teleplione-transmission -.. 

Anders, GeorgoL., Boston, Mass. Signaling apparatus for telephone-lines.- 

Anders, George L., Boston, Mass. Telephone 

Andersen, Hans J., Spring "Galley, Minn. Heater and ventilator 

Anderson, Allen L., assignor of one-half interest to J. H. Foote, Cincinnati, Ohio. Car-axle 
box - 

Anderson, Charles W. , Pawtucket, E, I, Railway-head 

Anderson, Euclid. (See Barker and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Frank. (See Foote and Anderson.) 

Anderson. Frank, Peekskill, and T. M. Foote, assignors to American Rapid Telegraph Com- 
pany. Xew York, N, Y. Mechanism for perforating paper for telegraph purposes 

Anderson, George D., Oakland, Cal. Combined whip" and rein holder 

Anderson, George P, (See Hogeland, Israel, assignor.) 

Anderson, George W., assignor of one-half interest to K. D. Hawley and L. C. -Anderson, 
EUzabethtown, Ind. SUtte-valve for steam-engines 

Anderson, Henry, San Francisco, assignor to J. Wilcoxson, Yolo County, Cal. Safety-nut 
for the axles of vehicles, &c 

Andersoh, Horatio. (See Beals, David S., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Anderson, James, Nevada,*Ohio. Washing-machine 

Anderson, James R., and .1, P. Hastings, Cincinnati, Oho, assignors to said Anderson and 
H. A. Harris. Corner-brace for caniage-bodies 

Anderson, John L.. Mnncie, Ind. Gate-hinge 

Anderson, John W. (See Mellinger .and Anderson.) 

Anderson, .John W., et al. (See Mellinger, Christian K., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

-Anderson, John W., Lancaster, Pa. Exten.sion bow-iron for carriages 

Ajiderson, Julius B., et at (See Officer, William E., assignor.) 

Anderson, Leman C, et al. (See Anderson, George W,, assignor.) 

Anderson, Leman C. EUzabethtown, Ind. Gate 

Anderson, Xathan M. (See Rossiter, Lindscy, assignor.) 

Anderson. Robert C, AYoodgiecn, county of Middlesex, England. Galvanic battery 

Anderson, Samuel J., and Arj. Talbot, Cazenovia, N. Y. Combined baby swing ancT cradle. . 

Anderson, William H., Brooklj-u. X. Y. Apparatus for destroying insects 

Anderson, WUliam J., Hillsdale, Iowa. Weather-strip 

Andrade <fc Co., .Joseph. (See Davis, Abbott R., assignor.) 

Andres, Hiram, Philadelpliia, Pa. Suspenders 

Andrew, John, Bcston. Mass. Street-car 

Andrew, William E., Jersey City, X. J. Process and apparatus for rendering fats. (Re- 
issue) - 

Andrew, William E., Jersey City, X. J. Cover for vessels 

Andrews, Emanuel, WilUamsport, Pa. Auxiliary saw-handle 

Andrews, James, Biddeford, Me, Leveling attachment for earth-cars 

Andrews, Joseph F.. Nashua, N. H. Coal-sifter 

Andrews, Matthew S., Somcrville, assignor to .J. W. Tufts, Medford, Mass. Coolef for soda- 
water and other similar apparatus 

Andrews, Nahum H., Springfleld, Oliio. Ash-hod 

Andrews, Thomas H., Keokuk, Iowa, assigaor of one-half to F. Quinn. Brick-machine 

Andrews. Truman L., Cold Brook, N. Y. '"Fifth-wheel 

Andrus, Dexter A. K. (See Sherer, George W., assignor.) 

Andms, Newell P., assignor of one-half interest to S. Thorp, Paterson, N. .J. Appliance 
for lighting looms 

Angamar, Eugene H., New Orleans, La., assignor to Surface Motor Company of New "Tork 
City. BoUer for locomotives 

Angamar, Eugene H., New Orleans, La. Apparatus for remo%Tng snow and ice from rail- 
ways 

Angamar, Eugene H., New Orleans, La. Apparatus for removing snow end ice from rail- 
ways and streets 

Angel, Charles H., el al. (See Dreher, Hiram J., assignor.) 

Angel. William. (See Turner and Angel.) 

AngeU, Albert, East Orange, N. J. Machine for disintegrating ramie, &c 

Angell, Eugene H., Mooers. N. Y. Tethers 

Annan, Charles F., Boston. Mass., assignor, bv mesne assignment, to Eastern Paper Bag 
Compapy. Paper-drier ! 



No. 



223,832 
235,485 
231,950 
226,381 
230,914 
226,201 
226,646 

228,584 
226,587 
226,588 
231,887 



228,851 

225,315 

227,145 

9,459 



224,507 
237,197 
228,294 

228,580 

229,298 

229,299 
231,466 
231,888 
233,592 
235,486 

228,720 
223,629 



228,585 
224,982 

223,693 

235,060 

225,316 

230,852 
234,382 

226,015 

231,951 

223,212 
228,014 
229,230 
223,796 

226,952 
226,822 

9,254 
2.34,842 
231,977 
202,224 
235,001 

223,402 
220,589 
233,909 
231,140 

232,102 
226,694 
229,936 
232,225 



227,469 
220,014 



233,590 



Date. 



Jan. 27 
Dec. 14 
Sept. 7 
Apr. 13 
Aug. 10 
Apr. 6 
Apr. 20 

Juno 8 
Apr. 20 
Apr. 20 

Sept. 7 



June 15 
Mar. 9 
May 4 

Nov. 9 



Feb. 17 
May 4 
June 1 

June 8 

June 29 

June 29 
Aug. 24 
Sept. 7 
Oct. 26 
Dec. 14 

June 15 
Jan. 20 



June 8 
Mar. 2 



Jan. 20 

Dec. 7 

Mar. 9 

Aug. 10 
Nov. 16 

Mar. 30 

Sept. 7 

Jan. 6 
May 25 
Juno 29 
Jan. 27 

Apr. 27 
Apr. 27 

June 15 
Nov. 30 
Sept. 7 
Sept. 14 
Dec. 7 

Jan. 13 
Apr. 20 
Nov. 2 
Aug. 17 

Sept. 14 
Apr. 20 
July 13 
Sept. 14 



May n 
Mar. 30 

Oct. 20 



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volume. 



p. 



275 
055 
500 
417 



445 
1244 

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Gazette. 



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205 


529 


152 


87 


22 


267 


79 


377 


109 


129 


30 


605 


168 


511 


137 


535 


150 


535 


150 


10 


o 


663 


235 


404 


117 


72 


20 


688 


186 


018 




129 


37 


162 


45 


517 


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^139 


1373 


(377 
1378 


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282 


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281 


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153 


701 


193 


525 


141 


512 


138 


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594 


159 


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405 


118 


309 


90 


698 


187 


1245 


352 


87 


23 


o 


1 


1090 


312 


1288 


353 


721 


195 


964 


268 


806 


225 


997 


271 


1286 


345 


130 


33 


416 


115 


1 


1 


,314 


84 


536 


150 


92 


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182 
139 
115 



128 
351 



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,538 
805 
316 
709 
868 

1316 
857 
858 
526 



1377 
537 
989 

1109 



335 

998 

1252 

1317 

1466 

1407 
430 
526 
930 

1378 

1355 
113 



1316 
457 



123 

1281 

537 

305 
1119 

710 

538 

3 

1186 

1455 

155 

938 
913 

1390 

1229 

545 

601 

1281 

69 

858 

1002 

363 

577 

877 

91 

001 



1002 
710 



929 



6 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 

Alj)lia'bctical list of imUntees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Ifo. 



Date. 



Monthly 
Tolnme. 






Official 

Gazette. 



Annan, Charles F., Boston, Mass., assignor, hy mesne assignment, to Eastern Paper Bag ) 

Company. Paper-bag machine 5 

Annan, Chalrotte G-., Brooklyn, N. Y. Salve 

Annear, John H., Weatherford, Tex. Peed-ivater heater ■. 

Anshutz, .Jacob, Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for cleaning and treating bran 

Ansonia Clock Company. (See Davies, Edward, assignor.) 

Anthes, Frederic, assignor to E. 0". Brooks ifc Co., New York, N". Y. Sealing-press 

Anthony & Co., E. and H. T. (See Brower, Lycorgus, assignor.) 
Anthony & Co., E. and H. T. (See Stoddard, Isaac H., assignor.) 
Anthony, Edgar W., Boston, Mass., assignor to Smith & Anthony Stove Company. Sink- ) 

trap .'. i 

Anthony, Edgar "W., assignor to Smith & Anthony Stove Company, Boston, Mass. Damper 

for furnaces 

Anthony, Edgar W., assignor to Smith & Anthony Stove Company, Boston, Mass. Grate ) 

for stoves - 5 

Anthony, Edgar W"., assignor to Smith & Anthony Stove Company, Boston, Mass. Stove. . 
Anthony, Jesse B., cf a(. (See Baboock, Stephen E., assignor.) 
Anthony, Jesse B., ct al. (See Burns, John, assignor.) 
Anthony, Jesse B., et al. (See Fitzhirgh, Henry M., assignor.) 

Anton, John A., Monongahela, Pa. Miner's lamp 

Ax>feld, JohnM., Sauk Centre, Minn. Apparatus for moving houses 

Apjiel, Daniel, assignor of one-half interest to N.W. Taylor, Cleveland, Ohio. Tube-machine . - 

Appcl, Diiniel, assignor to himself and N". "W. Taylor, Cleveland, Ohio. Paper-bag machine. . 

Appel, Daniel, Cbveland, Ohio. Paper bag 

Ajjpel, Daniel, Cleveland, Ohio. Paper bag 

Appel, Daniel, CleveLand, Ohio. Paper bag 

Appel, Daniel, Cleveland, Ohio. Paper bag , 

Appell, J. Frederick, Chicago, Dl. Shirt 

Appell, J. Frederick, Chicago, HI. Shirt 

Appleby, John F., Bcloit, Wis. Device for laising and lowering harvesters 

Appleby, P. E. (See Baldwin, Ozro .J., assignor.) 

Appleby, Stephen V., Spotswood, N. J. Apparatus for grinding tobacco 

Applegate, Adoniram J., and B. E. Shattuck, Cambridge, Mass. ; said Shattuck assignor to 

said^pplegate. Eeversible broUer 

Applegate, John H., Maiden, assignor to G. McKay, trustee, Cambridge, Mass. Biitton- 

hole'sewing-machine , 

Applegate, John N. (See Applegate, Joseph F., assignor.) 

Appleg.ate, Joseph F., assignor of oue-foui'th interest to J. N. Applegate, Jeffersonville, Ind. 

Cooking-stove 

Apploton, Charles, Wigan, England. Fastening for bags 

Ai)ploton, James, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Decoy-duck 

Arbuckle, John, Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for cleaning grain, &c 

Arbuthnot, "William. (See Holtzman, Emil, assignor.) 

Archdeacon, "William, Chicago, 111. (jompound for curing and preserving meats 

Archenbronn, Charles F., "Waterloo, Mich. Car-coupling 

Archer, George "W. (See La Salle, B. Frank, assignor.) 
Archer, "William S. (See Finn and Archer.) 

Archer, "William S., and H. L. Pope, Dayton, Ohio. Oil-press mat 

Ardito, John. (See Pagliughi and Ardito.) 

Argo, Adolph, Schloss Chemnitz, Saxony, Germany. Machine for mauufacturiug wire hed- 

dle 



Argue, Henry H. (See Dingman and Argue.) 

Arkell, James, and A. G. Kichmond, assignors to Juvet & Co., Canajoharie, N. Y. Globe.. 

Arkins, Joseph, assignor of one-half to E."F. Slooum, Chicago, HI. Velocipede 

Armanet, Jaque. Oswego, N. Y. "Wooden measure 

Arment, Isaac N., Dayton, Wash. Ter. Opener for cans and bottles 

Armour, Michael C, Chicago, HI. Kerosene-stove 

Arms, Bell & Co. (See Hildebrand, Charles, assignor.) 

Armstrong, Benjamin A., New York, N. Y. Drawer-front 

Anustrong, Daniel, Chicago, HI. NaU-forging machine 

Armstrong, Frank. (See Vinton, JohnH., assignor.) 

Armstrong, George, and D. L. Murchcson, Weathersfield, HI. ; said Murcheson assignor to 

said Ai-mstrong. Gang-plow 

Armstrong, Joel, Marysville, Ohio, assignor of one half interest to D. F. McKitrick. Door- 



Armstrong, John E., et al. (See Fitt, Frederick, assignor.) 

Armstrong, Noah, Glcndale, Mont., E. C. Atkins and H. F. Brown, Indianapolis, Ind. Smelt- 

iug-f urnaco , 

Armstrong, Samuel, Newark, N. J. Frame for pocket-books, &c 

Armstrong, Samuel, Newark, N. J. Piston-rod packing 

Armstrong, Samuel, Newark, N. J. Piston-head 

Armstrong, Thomas M., Koxana, Mich. Bath-tub. .» 

Armstrong, William, assignor of two-thirds interest to J. Fitz and J. Farrin, Martinsburg, 

AV. Va. Hand signal-lantern 

Armstrong, William, De Pere, Wis. Stump-extractor 

Armstrong, William, assignor of one-half to W. W. Barons, Chicago, HI. Portable folding 



. Arnd, Henry, St. Loui."!, Mo. Bath-tub , 

Arndt, Albert F. R., Detroit, Mich. Burglar-alarm 

Arndt, Daniel, assignor to himself and J. Ballhouse, Cleveland, Ohio. Lamp 

Amett, John, Springfield, Ohio. Exorcising-machine , 

Aruo, Oliver H., Wilmington, Mass. Mechanical musical instrument 

Arno, Oliver H., Wilmington, assignor to American Automatic Organ Company, Boston, 

Mass. Mechanical musical instrument 

Aruo, Oliver H., Wilmington, Mass., assignor to J. Morgan, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mechanical 

musical instrument 

Arno, Oliver H., Wilmington, assignor to American Automatic Organ Company, Boston, 

Mass. Mechanical musical instrument " 

Arnold, idney T., Fitchburg, Mass. Friction-pulley 

Arnold, Ann E., Providence, E. I. Fumigating compound 

Arnold, '. .' harlos B., Glencoo, Ky. Hand corn-planter , 



233,591 

229,93- 
230,934 
234,843 

235,393 



225,503 

229,515 
229,852 
230,851 



229,351 
223,266 
228,162 

231,642 

234,837 
234,838 
234,839 
234,840 
224,265 
228,721 
228,971 

226,953 

224,701 

234,451 



232,226 
233,908 
235,845 
226,471 

234,844 
230,458 



227,070 



233,593 

227,713 
235,399 
229,231 
234,646 

223,977 

224,006 
220,437 



223,833 
227,712 



226,852 
230,985 
230,986 
230,987 
230,684 

224,005 
224,370 

234,104 

228,722 
235,118 
235,926 
220,438 
227,714 

231,976 

232,165 

233,721 
233,181 
235,487 
229,300 



Oct. 26 

July 13 
Aug. 10 
Nov. 30 

Dec. 14 



Mar. 16 

Jidy 6 
July 13 
Aug. 10 



June 29 
Jan. 
June 1 

Aug. 31 

Nov. 23 
Nov. 23 
Nov. 23 
Nov. 23 
Feb. 10 
June 15 
June 22 

Apr. 27 

Feb. 24 

Nov. 10 



Sept. 14 
Nov. 2 
Dec. 28 
Apr. 13 

Nov. 30 
July 27 



May *8 



Oct. 26 

May 18 
Deo. 14 
June 26 
Nov. 23 
Feb. 3 

Feb. 3 
Apr. 13 



Jan. 27 
May 18 



June 15 
Aug. 10 
Aug. 10 
Aug. 10 
Aug. 3 

Feb. 3 
Feb. 10 

Nov. 9 
Juno 15 
Dec. 7 
Dec. 28 
Apr. 13 
May 18 

Sept. 7 

Sept. 14 

Oct. 26 
Oct. 12 
Dec. 14 
Juno 29 



1006 

500 

456 

1287 

417 



620 

3 

408 
309 



(280 
1281 



130 
345 



117 



C180 
tl81 

1,2 
C112 
\ 113 

59,90 



1445 


398 


71 


18 


o 


1 




(339 


1210 


^340 




(341 


1269 


341 


1271 


341 


1272 


342 


1273 


342 


338 


97 


702 


193 


1011 


275 


905 


268 


933 


207 


779 


209 


418 


116 


91 


24 


987 


273 


376 


107 


1288 




1161 


327 


075 


192 


1012 


282 


732 


205 


419 


117 


1289 


354 


1038 


279 


4 





113 


33 


338 


97 


707 


205 


731 


205 


805 


230 


457 


130 


458 


131 


459 


131 


105 


30 


113 


33 


407 


134 


413 


112 


703 


193 


65 


20 


1087 


300 


340 


97 


733 


206 


131 


33 


343 


96,97 


1150 


321 


477 


131 


531 


153 


1377 


378 



^18 

18 
18 
18 

18 



1- 
18 

}18 
13 



17 
17 

17 

'18 

18 
13 
18 
18 
17 
17 
17 

17 

17 

18 



18 
18 
13 
17 

18 
18 



17 



18 

17 

IS 
17 
18 
17 

17 
17 



17 
17 



17 

18 
IS 
13 
18 

17 
17 

18 
17 
18 
18 
17 
17 

18 

18 

18 
18 
18 
17 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE. 1S80. 
Alplialeiical list of patentees — Continued. 



Kame, residence, ami invention. 



ArnoUl. Elijali, Olnevville, E. T. Looiu for Tveaviug tubular fabrics 

Aruolil. Eli'sbaW.. ct al. (See Bidwell, Martin A., assignor.) 

Arnolil, Fred E., Cliicago, Til. Wasbing-macMnc 

Arnold, Fred E., Chicago, 111. Pemiixtation-lock 

Arnold, George M., assignor to himself and E. C. Miles, New York, N. Y. Device for ad- 

miuistoi infTmedioine, &c 

Aiuold. John D. (See Van Houser, Henry, assignor.) 
Arnold, .John F.. administrator. (See Fulton, 'William H.) 

Arnold, Llewellen W.. Cliicago, HI. Leaf-cutter for check-hooks 

Arnold. Louis. (See Kohler and Arnold.) 

Arnold, Ebodes, Walt bam, Mass. Nose-piece for bridles 

Arnold, Rhodes, "Waltbam, Mass. Bridle 

Arnold, Thomas, Des Moines, Iowa. Hog-cbolera componnd 

Arnold, Uriah K. (See Eicbmann, Henry, assignor.) 

Arnold, William B., North Abington, Mass. Machinery for rasping pegs 

Arnold, AVilliam T., Milner, Ga. "Cotton-planter 

Arnold!, John R., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Electrical alarm attachment for pressnre- 



Arnot, Alexander. (See Swartz and Arnot.) 

Arntz, Adolph. Muskegon, Micb. Expansible reaming-bit 

Arrault. Jules A. (Sec Scbmcrber and Arrault.) 

Arrault, Jules A., New York, N. Y., and J. and C. Schmerber, Paterson, N. J. Manufac- 
turing nitro-derivatives from cellulose, &.c 

Arrouquier, "William, and T. Ban-ett, Worcester, Mass. Forming hard-finish on plastering- 

Arter, Francis G., and J. C. Blocber, Lima, Ohio. Car-coupling 

Arthur, Charles M., Ausouia, assignor of one-half to S. H. Lesscy, Birmingham, Conn. 
Paperbox 

Artimini, Filijppo, Florence, Italy. Compound for preserving meat 

Ascbenaner, George, Sacramento, Cal. v eliicle-spring 

Ash. WilUam F.. Osage Mission, Kans. Rail-joint 

Ashald, Amos C, G.irrettsviUe, Oliio. Clothes-pin 

Aslibourne, Alexander P., Boston, Mass. Refining cocoanut-oil 

Ashcroft, Edward H., Lynn, Mass. Locomotive-boiler 

Ashcroft, Edward H., Lynn, Mass. Covering for steam-pipes 

Ashcroft. John, assignor to S. J. Ashcroft, Brooklyn, N. Y. Steam cooking utensil 

Ashcroft, John, assignor to S. J. Ashcroft, Brookl^-n, N. Y. Steam-stove 

Ashcroft. John, assignor to S. J. Ashcroft, Brooklyn, N. Y. Steam cooking apparatus 

Ashcroft, Sai-ali J. (See Ashcroft. John, assignor.) 

Ashe, AVilliam F., New York, N. Y. Accessory for forming photographic backgrounds. . - 

Ashcr, Daniel E., Gosport, Ind. Grain-drill 



Ashford, John. (See Ashford. Thomas B., assignor.) 

Ashford, Thomas B., assignor to J. Ashford, Clinton, N. C. Grazing-post 

Ashlev. Lewis C. assignor to himself and C. H. Wilcox, Detroit, Mich. Windmill 

Ashlock, Richard A. H., assignorof one-half interest to J. S. Fee, Rockport, Ind. Shingling 



•scaflbld . 



Ashwortb, EUjab. (See Asbwortb, George and E.) 
Ashworth, George and E., Manchester, (xreat Britain. 



teeth 



Apparatus for making wire card- 



Askew, Charles, Madison, Wis. Machine for grinding mower and reaper knives 

Asper. Benjamin F., et al. (See Magill, Robert, assignor.) 

Aspinwall, John A., and C. M. Perry, New TJtrech't, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to G. S. Sheffield & Co. Telocipede. (Reissue) 

Aspinwall, Lewis A., Albany. N. Y. Potato-digger 

Aspinwall, Lewis A., Loudonville. N. Y. Potato-planter 

Aston, (Jeorge L., and A. Haraes, Biiminghain, England. Machine for the manufactuie of 



buttons . 



Aston, (Jcorge L., and A. Hames, Birmingham, county of Warwick, England. Machine 

for manufacturing buttons 

Athcrton, Robert, assignor, by mesne assignments, of part interest to W. Hague and H. 

Kidgway, Paterson, N. J. Steam flue-cleaner. (Reissue) 

Atkins, Elias C. (See Armstrong, Atkins, and Brown.) 

Atkins, Guy D., Erie, Pa. Device for exhibiting shoes 

Atkinson, Alexander, Winterset, Iowa. Washing-machine 

Atkinson, Francis F., New York, N. Y. Folding table 

Atkinson, James W., a.ssignor to Deere & Mansiir Company, Moline, HI. Corn-planter 

Atkinson. John, New York, N. Y. Rotary rook-drill 

Atkuison, Mahlon B., Georgetown, assignor of one-half to D. Smith, Washington, D. C. 

Washing-machine 

Atlantic Refining Company et al. (See Perkins. Georjje H., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Atterbury, James S. (See Atterbui-y, Thomas B., assignor.) 

Atterbury, .James S.. et al. (See Hainmesfahr, Hermann, assignor.) 

Atterbury, Thomas B.. et al. (See Hammesfahr, Hermann, assignor.) 

Atterbury, Thomas B.. assignor of one-half interest to J. S. Atterbury, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Glass-furnace 

Attree, Gregory C, London, England. Scarf 

Attridge. Richard. (See Schcllert, Charles R., assignor.) 

At trill,' Henry Y., and W. Farmer. New York, N. Y. ; said Farmer assignor to said Attrill. 

Process and apparatus for manufacturing gas for heating and illuminating purposes 

Attiill, Henry Y.. and W. Farmer, New York, N. Y. ; said^armer assignor to said Attrill. ) 

Apparatus'for the manufacture of gas 5 

Atwater, Arthur J., et al. (See Atwater, John B., assignor.) 

At water, John B., Geneva, lU. Pendulum-scale 

Atwater, John B., Geneva, assignor to A. J. Atwater and A. G. Coleman, Chicago, 111. 

Elevator 



Atwood, Eugene. (See Atwood, John E. and E.) 
Atwood, James B. (See Johnson, Alonzo, assignor.) 

Atwood, .Tames B., Three Rivers, assignor to .T. W. Labarer, Springfield, Mass. Lock-nut. 

Atwood, John E. and E., Stonington, Conn. Michinc for doubling, &c., strands of fibrous 

material 



Atwood, Kimball C, Buckficld, Me., assignor to Cutter Tower Company, Boston, Mass. 

Blackin"-box holder 

Atwood, Lewis J., assignor to Plume Sc Atwood Manufacturing Company, Waterbury, 

Conn. Shoe-nail 

Atwood, Montravillo W., Clayton, N. Y. Center-board for boats 



No. 



231,743 

223,015 
232,914 

231,747 



230,602 

226,954 
229,792 
223,429 

225,504 
233,457 

234,902 

225,265 



230,216 

228,587 
226,955 

234,221 
228,016 
227,090 
225,266 
232,915 
220,518 
235,400 
235,846 
223,267 
224,625 
225,317 



223 295 
231,749 

223,872 
230,988 



Date. 



226,262 
233,182 



9,348 
224,123 
235,401 

223,017 

234,933 

9,136 

235,402 
231,750 
231,252 
225,318 
229,074 

234,107 



223,296 
231,889 



224,266 
224,320 

235,663 
235,664 

226,263 
227,193 
233,314 

234,222 

230,989 



Aug. 31 

May 25 
Oct. 5 

Aug. 31 



Aug. 3 

Apr. 27 
July 6 
Jan. 13 

Mar. 10 
Oct. 19 

Nov. 30 

Mar. 9 



July 20 
June 8 
Apr. 27 

Nov. 9 

May 25 

May 4 

Mar. 9 

Oct. 5 

July 27 

Dec. 14 

Dec. 23 

Jan. 6 

Feb. 17 

Mar. 9 

Juno 1 
Aug. 31 

Jan. 27 
Aug. 10 



32,324 Sept. 21 



Apr. 6 
Oct. 12 



Aug. 24 
Feb. 3 
Dec. 14 

May 25 

Nov. 30 

Mar. 30 

Dec. 14 
Aug. 31 
Aug. 17 
Mar. 9 
June 22 

Nov. 2 



June 1 
Sept. 7 

Feb. 10 
Feb. 10 

Dec. 21 
Dec. 21 

Apr. 

May 4 

Oct. ID 

Nov. 9 
Aug. 10 



Monthly 
volume. 






1336 



1097 
146 



1335 



967 
324 



622 
835 

1355 

327 



833 
520 
968 

490 

1097 

1 

328 

147 

1222 

419 

983 

72 

762 

405 

164 
1337 

820 
460 

540 



130 

478 



1195 
176 
420 

1098 

1395 

1403 

422 

1339 

772 

407 
1122 

336 



164 
13 



338 

403 

755 
746 

131 

130 

063 

491 
461 



376 



342 
39 



375 



269 
90 



181 
231 

364 

96 



269 
134 



1 
96 
39 



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274 

18 17 



18 

17 
18 

18 

18 

17 
18 
17 

17 

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18 

17 



13 
17 
17 

18 
17 
17 
17 
18 
18 
13 
18 



210 
118 

45 
f 376 
^377 

219 
131 

151 



37 
131 



334 
50 

118 

312 

375 

395 

118 
377 
216 
118 
305 

92 



46 
2,3 



97,98 
C114 

ni5 

212 
212 

37 

37 

183 

134 

131 



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17 

17 
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17 
18 

18 



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18 



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17 
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18 
18 
13 
17 
17 

18 



17 
18 



17 



18 
13 

17 
17 
18 
18 



438 

1186 
762 

433 



243 

938 
55 
03 

584 
891 

1240 

520 



153 
1317 

938 

1076 

1186 

979 

526 

762 

222 

1359 

1469 

15 

358 

537 

1253 

439 

170 
328 

029 



709 

824 



460 

232 

1360 

ItSO 

1247 

735 

1360 
439 
335 
537 

1423 

1042 



1253 
526 



279 

289 

1421 
1421 

709 

999 

863 

1077 



18 323 



8 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alpliabeilcal list of patentees — Contimiecl. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Atwood, William, BrookljTi, jST. Y. Distillation of oils 

Atwood, William, Brooklyn, N. Y. Petroleum distillato for lul)ricating purposes 

AucJiincloss, William S., Philadelphia, Pa. Spool-support 

Anchincloss, William S., Philadelphia, Pa. Averaging-machine 

Audoun, Joseph H., Baltimore, Md. Closing and seamig device 

Audoye, Pierre, Bordeaux, Franco. Shoe-hlacking machine 

Andoyc, Pierre P., Paris, France. 'Machine for blacking and polishing boots and shoes. - - 

Augspurger, Jolm, Trenton, Ohio. Drag-saw 

Augspurgcr, John, Trenton, Ohio. Drag-saw 

Ault, Alexander. (See Simpson, Josiah M., assignor.) 

Aultman & Co., C. (See Hawk and Miller, assignors.) 

Aultman & (I!o., C. (See MUler, Cassius M., assignor.) 

Aultman & Taylor Company. (See Brown, Huntington, assignor.) 

Aultman & Taylor Company. (See Cox, Joshua H., assignor.) 

Aultman & Taylor Company. (See Kissane, Pcrsifer T., assignor.) 

Aultman & Taylor Company. (See Thornton, John T., assignor.) (Eeissue.) ■ 

Aulwes, Henry. (See Strub and StoefiBer, assignors.) 

Auringer, G-. F., ct al. (See Keynolds, Hiram, assignor.) 

Austen, Peter T., New Brunswick, N. J. Preparing an aqueous bleaching solution of soda 

or potassa 

Austen, Thomas G., Oswego, N. Y. Bottle-stopper 



Austin, George W., Manchester, N. H. Machine for planing blind-slats 

Austin, Henry K.. Heading, Mass. File-holder 

Austin, James. (See Uaffinettl, Austin, and Gandolfo.) 

Austin, James A., assignor to himself and S. I. Knight, New York, N. Y. File and binder. 

Austin, James A., assignor to himself and S. I. Knight, New York, N. Y. Blotter 

Austin, John 0., Bonham, Tex. Device for sheltering animals 

Austin, Joseph G., Chicago, 111. Hoisting-machine 

Austin, Julius, Wakeman, Ohio. Wind-wheel 

Austin, Martin V., et al. (See Daniels, Theodore T., assignor.) 

Ai'.stin, Phineas E., and B. W. Nichols, New Haven, Conn. Shuttle-carrier for sewing- 
machines 

Austin, Kichard G. S., Pine Bluff, Ark. Cotton-cultivator 

Austin, Richard G. S., Pine Bluff, Ark. Hoe 

Austin, Thomas J., Belle Plain, Tex. Washing-machine 

Austin, W. F. (See Cowan, Norman, assignor.) 

Austin, Wmiam P., New York, N. Y. Sewer-trap 

Autenrieth, William, Cincinnati, Ohio. Aspirator 

Auteurietti, William, Cincinnati, Ohio. Air-pump 

Automatic Gas Lamp and Lighting Company of the City of New York. (See Wellington, 
Henry, assignor.) 

Aveling, Thomas, Rochester, England. Road-engine 

AvereU, John D., New York, N. Y. Generator for producing carbureted water-gas 

Avery, Charles A. (See Holland, Charles A., assignor.) 

Avery, Charles E., assignor to L. M. Avery, Boston, Mass. Baking-powder 

Avery, Charles H. (See Everitt and Avery.) (Reissue.) 

Avery, Dexter, ct al. (See Morgan, Hubert W., assignor.) 

Avery, Frances E., Metuchen, N. J. Oven gi'ate or shelf 

Avery, Handy W., Brookfield, N. Y. Carriage-spring 

Avery, John P. (See Lane and Avery.) 

Avery, LucindaM. (See Avery, Charles E., assignor.) 

Avery, Rnsh E., New York, N. Y. Folding cot 

Axford, Harris W., Chicago, 111. Incubator 

Axford, William H. (See Barr and Axibrd.) 

Axtmann, John M., New York, N. Y. Transom-lifter 

Aycock, Joshua D., Deetsvillo, Ala. Car-coupling 

Ayers, John W., Bridgeport, Conn. Pocket-cutlery 

Ayerst, Charles L. (See IngersoU and Ayerst.) 

Aylworth, George H., Brighton, 111. G.ate 

Ayres, G. Ralston, et al. (See Ayres, John C, assignor.) 

Ayres, G. Ralston, assignor to W'., G. R., J. C, W. M., and L. H. Ayres, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Fly-net for horses 

Ayres, James, and A. C. Decker, Bushnell, III., assignors to Washbirm &■ Moen Manufac- 
turing Company, Worcester, Mass. Machine for barbing wire 

Ayres, "John C., et al. (See Ayres, G. Ralston, assimor.) 

Avrcs, John C, assignor to himself, W., G. R., W. M., and L. H. Ayres, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Leather horse-net - 

Ayres, Lewis H., et al. (See Ayres, G. Ralston, assignor.) 

AjTCS, Lewis H., et al. (See Ayies, John C, assignor.) 

Ayres, Parley J., Lindsay, Ontario, Canada. Adjustable top for vehicles 

Ayres, Samuel, Worcester, Mass. Stove-pipe shelf 

Ayres, William, et al. (See Ayres, G. Ralston, assignor.) 

AJTCS, William, et al. (See AJTCS, John C, assignor.) 

Ayres, W. Montgomery, et al. (See Ayres, G. Ralston, assignor.) 

AjTCS, W. Montgomery, et al. (See Ayres, John C, assignor.) 

Baackes, John M. E., 'assignor to JP Nail Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Die for pointing 
wire nails 

Baackes, .John M. E., assignor to JP Nail Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Nail-pointing die. .. 

Babb, John L., Greenland, W. Va. Neck-yoke 

Babb, Thomas N. (See Keisling and Babb.) 

Babbitt, Benjamin T., Ne w York, N. Y. . Mold for castinf; chilled rolls 

Babbitt, Benjamin T., New York, N. Y. Multiple mold for casting gun-barrels 

Babbitt, James H., Oak Forest, Pa. Vehicle-scat 

• Babbitt, S. William, assignor to Wilcox Silver Plate Company, Meriden, Conn. Plate for 
biatter-dishes 

Babbott, WOliam M., and D. Smith, New York, N. Y. Refrigerator-car 

Babcock, Charles A., Buffalo, N. Y. Flutiug-machine 

Babcock, Charles A., Buffalo, N. Y. Combined sad-iron and fluting device 

Babcock, Franklin, Middletown, Conn., assignor of one-half interest to F. Babcock. Win- 
dow spring-catch. (Reissue) 

Babcock, Frederick. (See Babcock, Franklin, assignor.) (Reissue) 

Babcock, George H., et al. (See Bennett, Edwin H., assignor.) 

Babcock, George H., Plainfield, N. J., and S. AVilcox, Brooklyn, N. Y. Fire-door for fur- 



No. 



226,151 
226,153 
283,131 
235,723 
226,219 
228,018 
228,297 
226,590 
233,907 



223,463 
230,730 

231,389 

231,890 

224,124 
233,910 
235,614 
224,322 
231,253 



234,112 

228,853 
232,916 
224,321 

230,685 
229,796 
234,516 



228,586 
226,472 

235,615 



231,141 
225,093 



235,977 
232,325 

223,305 
225,040 
228,163 

226,695 



232,017 
235,331 

228,010 



235,119 
234,452 



231,254 
231,255 
229,938 

232,227 
232,228 
226,950 

235,102 
227,874 
224,323 
233,830 

9.301 



Date. 



Apr. 

Apr. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Apr. 

May 

June 

Apr. 

Nov. 



Jan. 13 
Aug. 3 

Aug. 24 

Sept. 7 

Feb. 3 
Nov. 2 
Dec. 21 
Feb. 10 
Aug. 17 



Nov. 9 
June 15 
Oct. 5 
Feb. 10 

Aug. 3 
July 13 
Nov. 10 



June 8 
Apr. 13 

Dec. 21 



Aug. 17 
Mar. 2 



Deo. 28 
Sept. 21 

Jan. 6 
Mar. 2 
June 1 

Apr. 20 



Oct. 5 
Dec. 14 

May 25 



Dec. 7 
Nov. 16 



Aug. 17 
Aug. 17 
July 13 

Sept. 14 
Sept. 14 
Apr. 27 

Dec. 7 
May 25 
Feb. 10 
Nov. 2 

July 20 



224,626 Feb. 17 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



03 



3 
6 

418 

819 

83 

1099 

166 

537 

89 



tm 



o 



315 
152 

920 

15 

178 
94 
693 
406 
773 



357 
866 
148 
405 

106 
343 

852 



520 
376 

694 



632 
136 



1140 
547 

120 

74 

3 

050 



148 
337 

1100 



780 



773 

775 
501 

419 
420 
908 

156 

926 

407 

2 

1036 



764 



115 
229 

22 
313 

46 
150 

23 



45 

C259 

1260 

3 

51 

25 

197 

115 

216 



99 

236 

39 

115 

30 

95 

228 



139 

107 



179 
39 



317 
151 

30 

21 

1 

182 



39 
93 

313 



20 
209 



216 
217 
139 

116 
116 
269 

44 

265 

116 

1 



293 



216 



17 
17 
18 
18 
17 
17 
17 
17 
18 



17 

18 

[18 
18 

17 
18 
18 
17 
IS 



18 
17 
18 
17 

18 
18 
18 



18 
17 



18 
18 

17 
17 
17 

18 



18 
18 



18 
18 



747 
747 
813 

1432 
760 

1187 

1253 
858 

1001 



271 
417 
52& 

233 

1002. 

1411 

290 

385 



1053 

1377 

762 

290 

263 

67 

1145 



17 1317 
17 821 

18 



14U 



363 
480 



1495 
629 

22 

469 

1227 

877 



762 
1345 

1187 



1292 
1133 



385 

386 

91 

002 
602 
939 

1307 

llCl 

290 

987 

185 



17 359 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Alphabetical Ibt of patentees — Continued. 



9 



Name, resilience, .iiidinTcntion. 



Baljeock, Ge"orge H., Plainfielil, X. J., S. Wilcox and X. W. Pratt, Brooklj-n, JT. Y., as- 
signors to saiu Babcock and Wilcox. Steam-boiler 

Babcock, Simeon, Manistee, Mich. MacBine for sawing claj)boards 

Babcock, Stephen E., et al. (Sec Bums, John, assignor!) 

Babcock, Stephen E., ct al. (See Eitzhugh, Henry 11., assignor.) 

Babcock, Stcplien E., assignor of seventeen t'wenty-fonrths interest to D. S. Dennison, J. B. 
Anthony, and T. E. Haslehnrst, Troy, X. T. Junction service-box , 

Babcock, Stephen E., assignor of seventeen twenty -fourths interest to D. S. Dennison, J. B. 
Anthony, and T. E. Haslehnrst, Troy, X. T. Smoke-stack 

Babcock, Stephen E., assignor of seventeen twenty-fourths interest to D. S. Dennison, J. B. 
Anthony, and T. E. Haslehxirst, Troy, N. T. E'umace for steam-boilers , 

Babcock. iStcphen E., assignor of two-thirds interest to J. B. Anthony and T. E. Haslehnrst, 
Troy. X. T. Steam-radiator 

Babcock, Stephen E., assignor of two-tliirds interest to J. B. Anthony and T. E. Haslehnrst, 
Troy, X. T. Securing certain parts of subterranean pipes ' 

Bach,"Jacqnes (See Kranich and Bach.) 

Bachehler, John, ICapa, Cal. Wind- wheel 

Bachcller, E. Q., ct al. (See Westgate, Joseph D., assignor.) 

Bachmann, George. Jr. (See Kollj^and Osberghaus, assignors.) 

Backes, Michael. WalUngford, Conn. Toy pistol ."- , 

BackUaus, Frederick L.,"Xew Orleans. La. Odorless excavating appai'atus 

Backus, Oscar J.. San Francisco, Cal. Tin vessel " 

Backus, (Juimby S., Xew York, N.Y. Bit-.stock 

Backus. Qnimby S.. Winchendon, Mass. Bit-stock .' 

Bacon. Addison M., Pittsburg, Pa. Macliino for grinding glassware 

Bacon, Charles H., assignor "of one-half interest to Gr. A. \Valker, Boston, Mass. Water- 
meter 

Bacon, Daniel H. (See Hanson, Freeman, assignor.) 

Bacon, Elmore C, (Cleveland, Ohio. Lightning-rod coupling. (Eeissue) 

Bacon, George C, Lynn. Mass. Cufi'-fastener 

Bacon, Robert A. (See Hart and Bacon.) 

Bacon. Steuben T., Boston, Mass. Tobacco-pipe 

Badger, Franklin 0. (See Bliss and Badger.) 

Badger. Franklin O. (See Calkins and Badger.) 

Badger. George W., assignor to G. P. Cox, Maiden, ilass. Boot-tree 

Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik. (See Baeyer, Adolph, assignor.) 

Badische AniUn and Soda Fabrik. (See Caro, Heinrich, assignor.) 

Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik. (See Caro, Heinrich, assignor.) CP.eissue.) 

Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik. (See Kohler, Friedrich, assignor./ 

Baeyer, Adolf, Munich, Germany. Manufacture of artificial indigo 

Baeyer, Adolf, Munich, Bavaria, Germany. Manufacture of artincial indigo-blue 

Baever, Adolf, Munich, Germany. Manufacture of artiticial indigo 

Baeyer, Adolf, Munich, Germany. Producing artificial indigo 

Baeyer. Adolf, Munich, Germany. Production of artificial indigo 

Baeyer, Adolpb, Mtmich, B.avaria, assignor to Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik, Baden, 
Germanv. Manufacture of artificial Indigo 

Baeyer, Adolph, Munich, Bavaria, assignor to Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik, Baden, 
Germany. Manufacture of dye-stuff or coloring-matter 

Bagaley, Kalph. (See Burnap, Charles F., assignor.) 

Bagaley, Ealph, (See Eandolph, Ira F., -assignor.) (Eeissite.) 

Bailev,''Alvin K., and J. B. Glass, East Somerville, Mass. Packing for piston-rods 

Bailey, Charles A., Cobalt, Conn. Toy shooting-gallery 

Bailey, Charles A., Cobalt, Conn. Toy money-bank 

Bailey, Daniel S., Chicago, HI. Car-coupling 

Bailey, David, et al. (See Mahan and Owen, assignors.) 

Bailey, Davis W., Chelsea, Mass. Concrete pavement. (Eeissue.) 

Bailey, Davis W., assignor of one-half interest to J. McLain, Washington, D. C. Process of 
and apparatus for reducing asphaltnm to a liiiuid 

Bailey, Ellene A., St. Charle's, Mo. Boot 

Bailey, Gilbert L., Portland, Me. Curtain-fixture 

Bailey. Hamilton, Harrisburg, Pa. Dtrmping-wagon. (Reissue.) 

Bailey, John C, Jersey City, X. J., assignor of one-half interest to W. A. Thorp, Philadelphia, 
Pa." Liniment 

Bailey, John H., assignor to Deere, Mausur & Co., St. Louis, Mo. Cultivator 

Bailey, John M., Woonsocket, E. I. Pruning implement , 

Bailey, John W., Green Lake, Wis. Swarm-catcher 

Bailey, Joseph, Lavender Hill, England. Fare-register 

Bailey, Joseph E. (See Brackett and Bailey.) 

BaUey, Josiah P. (See Cunningham and Bailej".) 

Bailey, Lester J., andL. H. Thompson, McPherson, Kans. Snap-hook and rope-clasp 

Bailey, SamuelL., andC. A.Weage, Chicago, HI. ; said Weage, assignor, by mesne assignment, 
to Metallic Heel Stiffening Company, Xew Haven, Conn. Counter-stay for boots and shoes . . 

Bailey, Samuel P., Boston,"Mass. Wood-bending machine 

Bailey, Selden A., Woonsocket, E. I. Vehicle-.spring 

Bailey. Walter M.. Xew York, X. Y. Hydraulic elevator 

Bailey, William, Harrisonville, Mo. Grain-bin 

Bailey, WUliam H., assignor to J. C. Hall, Providence, E. I. Temporary binder 

Bainbridge, David, Philadelphia, Pa. Button-fastener 

Baines, Edward, Oakville, Ontario, Canada. Feed- water heater 

Baird, Alva, Malcolm, Iowa. Threshold-strip 

Baird, George W., U. S. Xavy. Fresh-water-distilling apparatus 

Baird, John V., Springfield, Oliio. Gate 

Baird. J. Oscar, Vienna Cross Eoads, Ohio. WindmiU 

B^izlov-. John. (See Mctzler. WiUiam, assignor.) 

Baker." Albert R.. Indianapolis, Ind. Calendar 

Baker. Allen S., Evansville, Wis. Pump 

Baker. Allen S., Evansville, Wis. Mechanical movement 

Baker, Allen S., Evansville, Wis. Windmill 

Baker. Au;iustus H., Hartford, Conn. EaUway-switch signal 

Baker, Benjamin, Montreal. Quebec, Canada. Combined .swing and rocker 

Baker, Ben.iamin C. (See Butler, Manlove, assignor.) 

Baker, Caleb J. (See Murray and Baker.) 

Baker, Cyrus M., Bingham, Me. Lumber-driver's calk 



Xo. 



229,352 
232,326 



225,546 
230,217 
230,218 
230,210 
233,183 
232,799 



226,473 
232,229 
225,204 
233,464 
234,517 
228,164 

225,963 

9,145 
223,268 

223,030 



224,007 



227,470 
228,300 
233,458 
233,459 
233,460 

235,193 

235,488 



230,220 
229,650 
234,518 
232,588 

9,207 

227,945 

233,401 

233,961 

9,067 

223,306 
232,871 
234,939 
228,299 
231,952 



231,751 

231,699 
223,269 
224,627 
223,464 
235,724 
227,715 
228,298 
234,903 
226,823 
233,184 
235,439 

224.628 



229,578 
232,103 
232,104 
235,194 
220,075 
235,062 



230,080 



Date. 



June 29 
Sept. 21 



Mar. IC 
July 20 
July 20 
July 20 
Oct. 12 
Oct. 5 



Apr. 13 
Sept. 14 
Mar. 9 
Oct. 19 
Xov. 16 
June 1 

Mar. 30 

Apr. 13 
Jan. 

Jan. 20 



Feb. 



May 11 

June 1 

Oct. 19 

Oct. 19 

Oct. 19 

Dec. 7 

Dec. 14 



July 20 
July 6 
Xov. 16 
Sept. 28 

May 18 

May 25 

Oct. 19 
Xov. 2 
Feb. 10 

Jan. 6 
Oct. 5 
Nov. 30 
June 1 
Sept. 7 



Aug. 31 

Aug. 31 
Jan. 
Feb. 17 
Jan. 13 
Dec. 21 
May 18 
June 1 
Nov. 30 
Apr. 27 
Oct. 12 
Dec. 14 

Feb. 17 



July 6 
Sept. 14 
Sept. 14 
Dec. 7 
Jtme 22 
Dec. 7 



Aug. 3 



Monthly 
volume. 



1446 
549 



672 
833 
835 
836 

478 
4 



379 
421 
263 

841 

854 

3 

1184 

503 
73 



114 



447 
169 
836 
837 



157 
532 



837 
164 
855 
859 

917 

1004 

838 
165 
605 

121 

96 

1397 

168 

88 



1340 

1276 
74 
764 
316 
821 
735 
167 

1357 
809 
479 
532 

760 



84 

270 

277 

158 

1123 

3 



100 



308 
152 



196 
235 
230 
230 
132 
1 



107 
117 
75 
232 
228 
1,2 

337 

142 

18 

141 



33 



236 

45 

228 

239 

262 
(288 
1289 

231 
42 

170 



26 

376 

47 

23 



377 

359 

19 

216 

84 

230 

206 

47 

364 

226 

132 

153 

C216 

1217 

22 

77 

77 

44,45 

305 

1 



Official 
Gazette. 



17 



18 

18 
17 
17 
17 
18 
17 
17 
18 
17 
18 
18 

!l7 



18 
18 
18 
18 
17 
18 



30 18 20» 



1475 
630 



592 
153 
153 
153 
834 
739 



822 
602 
515 
892 
1145 
1227 



701 



841 
15 



113 



222 



1062 

1253 

891 

891 

891 

1307 

1378 



1:3 

33 

1145 

689 

1149 

1173 

891 

1013 

323 

22 

754 

1247 

1254 

538 



489 

479 
15 

359 
69 
1433 
1118 
1253 
1240 

913 

824 
1378 

359 



21 

577 

577 

1308 

1423 

1281 



10 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Aljpliobetical list of iiaicniees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Baker, Delos U., Cincinnati, Ohio. Signal for water-closets 

Baker, Dclos K., Cincinnati, Ohio. Signal for water-closets 

Baker, Francis M., Sonth Bend, Ind. Hatchway safety-gate 

Baker, Frederick A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Fire-escape ladder 

Baker, George C, Des Moines, Iowa. Fence-barl) and barhed-wire cable 

Baker, George "W., Erie, Pa. Derice for oUine steam-Talves 

Baker, George "W., Erie, Pa. Lnbricator for steam-valves of locomotives 

Baker, George "W., Cleveland, Ohio. Cloth folding and cutting machine 

Baker, George "W., assignor to White Sewiug Machine Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Take- 
up for sewing-machines 

Baker, George^W., assignor to TVliitc Sewing Macliino Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Com- 
bined piping and hemming attachment for sewing-machines 

Baker, George "W., assignor to "White Sewing Machine Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Attach- 
ment holder and adjuster for sewing-machines 



Baker, George "W., Chicago, 111. Automatic vacnum-lubricator 

Baker, George 'W., Chicago, 111. Automatic lubricating apparatus. 
Baker, George W., Chicago, 111. Automatic lubricating app.aratus. 
Baker, Harry E., Baltimore, Md. Pocket cigarette-machine 



Baker, Henry, CatskiU, K. Y. Label-holder 

Baker, Henry F., assignor of one-half to J. N. Calvert. Dillsborougb, Ind. Seed-planter. . . 

Baker, Henry M., et al. (See Hunter, George "W., assignor.) 

Baker, Henry N., Binghamton, ]Sr. Y. Windmill 

Baker, Horace E., Fi.skeviUe, K. I. Pump 

Baker, Jefferson B., assignor of two-thirds to J. B. Eandal and G. E. McDougall, Now Alma- 
den, Cal. Pipe 

Baker, John C, Mechanicsburg, Ohio. Combined grain-drill and cultivator 

Baker, John G., PhiladeliJhia, Pa., assignor to Enterprise Mannfactuiing Company of Penn- 
sylvania. Screw-tapping machine , 

Baker. John S., Baltimore, Md., assignor to American Patent Underwear Companj-, Exeter, 
N. H. Chemise 

Baker, J. "Warren, et al. (See Thompson, "William M., Jr., assignor.) 

Baker, Loring J., Boston, Mass. Eotary engine 

Baker, Philander, Boston, Mass. Elevator 

Baker, Seth"W., Providence, E.I. "Woven endless belt 

Baker, Thomas M., "Washington, D. C Medicine-spoon 

Baker, "Wallace L., et al. (See Knowles, Daniel M., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Baker, "Walter, Hion, N. Y. Hub-attaching device '. 

Baker, William H., Syracuse, N. Y. Lock for fire-arms 

Baker, William H., Syracuse, N. Y. Breech-loading fire-arm .• 

Baker, William S. (x., Baltimore County, Md. Portable commode 

Baker, William S. G.. Baltimore, Md. Casting car-wheels 

Bakewell, Thomas, Pittsburg, Pa. Method of and apparatus for straightening saws and 
steel plates - 



Balch, Frederick A., Hingham, Wis. Cockle-separator 

Baldwin, Cadwell A., assignor of one-half interest to S. A. Hendeo and S. M. Burtis, Bu.sh- 
neU, 111. Combined elevator, canier, and dump 

Baldwin, Charles J., Colmar, Pa. Lifting-jack 

Baldwin, (!;yrus G., Eipon, "Wis. Lawn-mower attachment 

Baldwin, George, South Manchester, Conn. Curtain-fixture 

Baldwin, James F. , Lockport, N. Y. Ventilator for dwellings, &c 

Baldwin, Jndson A.. Shelbiime, Vt. Combined extension-shelf and portable door for clos- 
ing openings in refrigerators and milk-bureaus 

Baldwin, Luther C, Manchester, K. H. Heat-regulator 

Baldwin, Mary H.. Hamlin, Tex. Skirt-ironing board 

Baldwin, Ozrd J., Eouscvillo, assignor to himself and P. E. Api^leby, Bradford, Pa. Vehi- 
cle-wheel - '. 

Baldwin, Stephen W., Yonkers, N. Y. Worldng railway-rail ends into billots, &c 

Baldwin, Thomas B., Troy, Pa. Parlor cooking'stove 

Baldwin, William H., Ottawa, Ontario. Canada. Chum. 

Bale, Tltomas H., Petersburg, HI. Millstone-dress 

Bales, Abraai, et al. (See Howell, Harrison, assignor.) 

Bales, George E., Walla Walla, Wash. Ter. Snap-hook and buckls 

Bales, Isaac, Hicksville, Ohio. Combined house ventilator and register 

Balkam, Allan. (See Selhnan, Martin, andBalkam.) 

Ball, Albert, Clarcmout, N. H. Circular loom 

Ball, Albert, assignor to Sidlivan Machine Company, Claremont, N". H. 

ing spindles . . - 

Ball, Albert, Claremont, N". H. Cop-tube 

Ball, Charles E. (Sec Ball, E. Edward and C. E.) 
Ball, Charles E., Philadelpliia, Pa. Amalgamator. 



Machine for grind- 



Amalgamator. 

and ErE. Ball, Jamaica, N. Y. Amalgamator 

Combined ore concentrator and amalgamator 

Ore-amalgamator 

, assignor to C. A. Cheever, trustee, Kew York, N. Y. 



Ball, Charles E., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ball, Charles E., Philadelphia, Pa., 
Ball, Charles E., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ball, Charles E., Philadcliihia, Pa. 
Ball, Charles E., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Electro-magnetic rock-drill 

Ball, Cbarles^P., Danville, Ky. Process and tool for driving and clinching nails. . 

Ball, Charles W.. Macon, 111. Vehicle-wheel 

Ball, Charles W. AY. (Sec Walker and Ball.) 

Ball, Clinton M., Watervlict, assignor of two-thirds to J. B. Tibbits, Troy, K". Y. 

of electrical lirfitiug-circnits 

Ball, Frank H., Erio,"Pa. Valve-gear for steam-engines 

Ball, .John A., Oakland, Cal. Attachment for dredgin^-machiuos 

Ball, E. Edward. (See Ball Charles E. and E. E.) 

Ball, E. Edward, Jamaica, N. Y., and C. E. Ball, Philadelphia, Pa. Ore-concentrator 

Ball & Son, T. K. (See Jones, Thomas F., assignor.) 

Ball, Thomas K. and W. H., Maysville, Ky. Mechanical-power screw for tobacco and other 

presses 



System 



Ko. 



Date. 



224,125 
227,403 
229,657 
230,450 
233,832 
225,912 
227,199 
224,571 

224,572 

226.382 

233,911 
229,025 

233,391 

234,383 

229,070 

220,474 
234,650 

233,392 
223,631 

235,063 
234,845 

232,918 

233,462 

223,978 
231,891 
229.939 
233,185 

229,353 
228,020 
228,165 
223,574 
230,8.53 

233,463 

227,471 

232,433 
235,404 
228,854 
227,200 
233,962 

231,643 
227,201 
235,403 

2-23,307 
227,946 
225,783 
230,687 
233,132 

234,738 
232,106 



228,589 



228,590 
235,190 

227,710 
227,717 
2-27,718 
229,077 
229,073 

235,195 
231,979 
230,990 



233,831 
229,797 
225,205 

229,079 



232,872 



Feb. 
May 
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July 
Nov. 
Mar. 
May 
Feb'. 



Feb. 17 

Apr. 13 

Nov. 2 
Juno 22 

Oct. 19 

Nov. 16 

June 22 

Apr. 13 
Nov. 23 

Oct. 19 
J.an. 20 

Dec. 7 
Nov. 30 

Oct. 5 

Oct. 19 

Feb. 3 
Sept. 7 
July 13 
Oct. 12 

June 29 
May 25 
June 1 
Jan. 13 
Aug. 10 

Oct. 19 
May 11 

Sept. 21 
Dec. 14 
June 15 
May 4 
Nov. 2 

Aug. 31 
May 4 
Dec. 14 

Jan. C 
May 25 
M.ar. 23 
Aug. 3 
Oct. 12 

Nov. 23 
Sept. 14 

Juno 8 

Jnne 8 
Dec. 7 

May 18 
May 18 
May 18 
Juno 22 
June 22 

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1476 

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imiTED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 18S0. 



11 



Alpliabctical list of patentees — Continued. 



Xame, residence, nndinvention. 



Ko. 



Ball, ■^'illiam H. (See Ball, Thomas K. and "W. H.) 

Ballantine, Alexander T., assignor of one-half interest to E. A. Eipley, Portland, Mo. Com- 
pressor for ice-makinff appaifatns 

BallantinP. Alexander T., assignor of one-half interest to E. A. Eipley, Portland, Me. Con- 
ge.iler for ice-making apparatus 

Ballantine, Alexander T., assignor of one-half interest to E. A. Eipley, Portland, Me. Con- 
den ser for ice-makin£c apparatus 

Ballard, Ch.arles J. E..'^aterto-n-n, JJ". T. Car-coripling 

Ballhonse, Joseph. (See Arndt. Daniel, assignor.) 

EalUet, Henry, Olean, X. Y. Pump-rod adjuster for oil--n"elIs 

Ballatschano, Constantiu, et al. (See Trenk, Heinrich, assignor.) 

Ballatschano, Jean, ct al. (See Trenk. Heinrich, assignor.) 

Ballentine, Darid AV. (See Brovme, Ballentinc, and Turner.) 

Ballon, Barton A., Providence, E. I. Lohe attachment for ear-drops 

Ballon. "Salter. Korth Attleborough. Mass. Bracelet 

Ballsmith, Frederick C, Attica, Is . Y. Butter cutter and marker - 

Balmer, Thomas, Chicago, HI., and L. Lottier, Eichmond, Va. Tohacco-hox 

Balmcr. Thomas, Chicago, HI. Tohacco-hox '. 

Baltz, Henry W., Sr., assignor of one-half interest to J. C. Cline, Philadelphia, Pa. Tur- 
bine Tvatcr-wheel T 

Bancroft, George D., Boston, Mass. Electric-lighting device 

Bancroft, George D.. Boston, Mass. Electric gas-liglltins apparatus 

Bancroft John's., Xew York, X. Y. Cord-edge for hat-brims 

Bancroft, John S.. Xew York, !iSr. Y. Ventilating stra\r hats 

Bancroft, J. Sellers. (See Sellers and Bancroft.) 

Bancroft, -J. Sellers. (See Sellers .and Bancroft. ) (Eeissue.) 

Bancroft, J. Sellers, assignor to W. Sellers, Philadelphia, Pa. Injector for feeding boilers. . 

Bandelow, Gustav, et al. (See Dieterle, Henry E., assignor.) 

Bangs. Charles A., and G. H. Pierce, Eichmond, Quebec, Canada, assignors of one-third in- ) 
terest to C. E. Bntters, Boston, Mass. Can forming and soldering machine i 

Bangs, David E., Medford, Mass. Petroleum-oil bnriier 

Bangs, David E., Medford, Mass. A'ajior-bumer for stoves 

Banister, George. Columbus. Ohio. Machine for making garden-rakes 

Banks, Charles M., Philadelphia, Pa. . Button-hole attacluueut for so-sving-machines , 

Banks, Charles M., Philadelphia, Pa. Sewing-machine 



229,940 

229,941 

229,942 
228,855 

229,354 



229,080 
233,186 
230,392 
224,503 
226,154 

223,979 
235,978 
235,979 
233,912 
234,846 



224,762 

224,703 

227.472 
229; 355 
226,898 
223,094 

225,784 

230,520 



Banks, John, Oakfield township, Montcalm county, Mich. Yehicle-pole tip 

Banks, Samuel. (See Haptonstall and Banks.) 

Banner, Marcus. (See Eothenbucher John, assignor.) 

Banncrman, Daniel. (See Gage. Eli C, assignor.) 

Bannister, Alfred, Alameda, Cal. Street-pavement 

Baptcrosses. Jean P. Paris, Fr.auce. Machine for the manufacture of buttons, fco 

Barber, D. Fletcher, Xe wton, Mass. Countersink 

Barber, Henry E., assignor to Lambertville Manufacturing Company, LambertviUe, IK. J. 
Pump-valve " 

Barber, Mary E. (See Menaar, J^icholas A., assignor.) 

Barbe>-, Ohio" C, Akron, Ohio. Shipping-package for matches 

Barber, Philemon, Akron, Ohio. Harvester . . . " 

Barber, AYilliam F., Clay Centre, Kans. Child's chair 

Barbier, Augnstc, and F. Maloubici-, Paris. Fiance. Bracelet 

Barbonr, John. (See Barker and Barbour.) 

Barcellos. Daniel. Brooklyn, X. Y. Buttonhole sewing-machine 

Barclay, James TT., Aberdeen, and E. Sellar, Huutly, county of Aberdeen, Scotlanjl. Com- 
bined plow and digger .' 

Barcus, Kichard J., Monroe, Ky. Farm-wagon 

Barcus, "VTilliam "W. (See Armstrong, "William, assignor.) 

Bard. James E., Sabula, Iowa. Oiling-can 

Bardwcll, Henry G.. 'Winnton, Tex. Buckle 

Bardwcll, John'.!., Detroit, Mich. Autographic printing 

Barker, Alfred, Eichtield Springs. X. Y. " Clotlies-wringer 

Barker, Asbnry, and E. Anderson. PeekskiU. X. Y. Excrcising-machine 

Barker, Charles TT. (Sec Crane, Wm. J., assignor.) 

Barker, Edward P. (See Bevins, Barker, and Phillips.) 

Barker, Edwin "W. (See Wallace. Hary, assignor.) 

Barker, George E., Waverly. X. Y. TJmbreira-STipport 

Barker, Howard H., and G.Edmonston, 'Washington, D. C. Alarm for telephone-lines 

Barker, Howard H., and G. Edmonston, Washington, D. C. Cut-out for telephone-alarms. 

Barker, James. Camden, !N". J. Device for operating the doffgr-combs of carding-machines - 

Barker, Jolin F., San Francisco, Cal. Winctmill . . .'. 

Barker, .John F., Springfield, Mass. Gas-burner 

Barker, .John F., Springiield. Mass. Apparatus for mixing aeriform fluids 

Barker, Joseph, assignor to himself and D. H. Belcher, Wellshorough, Pa. Hay-tedder. . . 

Barker, Joseph H., Cincinnati, Ohio. Door-spring 

Barker. Philander M., assignor of one-half interest to D. F. Henry and E. A. Parker, De- 
troit, Mich. Double-acting x:inmp 

Barker, Volney, Portland. Mo., and .J. Barbour, Haverhill, Mass. Cheese-knife 

Barker, 'WiUiatn P. (See Harlow and Barker.) 

Barlcheimer. .Joseph H.. assignor of three-fourths interest to G. Kinney, A. H. Chesnut, and 
"W. L. C. Clark. Des Moines, Iowa. Screen-door '. 

Barkley . Frank B., Cincinnati, Ohio. Harness-loop 

Barklcy, H. C, ct al. (See Meams, Andrew, assignor.) 

Barkloy. James, Ediav, "W. Ya., assignor to"W. T. Crawford and'W. LaBy, Summerdean, Va. 
Flour-bolt 

Barkley, .John L., assignor of one-half interest to J. E. Cantrill, Georgetown, Ky. Harness- 
loop ))ress 224,983 



Date. 



July 13 

July 13 

JiTly ]3 
June 15 

June 29 



Juno 22 
Oct. 12 
July 27 
Feb. 17 
Apr. e 

Feb. 3 

Dec. 28 

Dec. 28 

Nov. 2 

Jn'ov. 30 



Feb. 24 

Feb. 24 

May 11 
June 29 
Apr. 27 
Jan. 20 

Mar. 23 

July 27 



Kov. 9 
Apr. 20 
Aug. 3 

Aug. 24 

Mar. 2 
Aug. 10 
Mar. 16 
■Tunc 15 



234,376 
226,690 
230,603 

231,522 

225.041 
230,854 
225,548 
228,723 



235,725 Dec. 21 



235,490 I 
224,860 I 

230,107 
230,221 
223,873 
235,491 
223,600 



230,521 
225,321 
232,063 
227,202 
223,303 
231,256 
234,904 
231.980 
224,377 

230,731 
230,393 



225.630 
232,107 



229,.-)79 



Barkley. Thomas .T., et al. (See Mearns, Andrew, assignor.) 

Barley, James II., Sedalia, Mo. Harrow 

Barley, James H., Sedalia, Mo. Harrow 

Barley. .Tames H.. Sedalia, Mo. Horse-rake 

Barlow, Ashbel P., St. Joseph, Mich., assignor (o J. H. Swartwont. Saw-mUl. (Eeissue) - . 
Barlow, Elisha T.. assignor to S. Barlow and H. M. Hitchcock, San Francisco, and F. "W". 

Torapkin.s, Oakland. Cal. Car-conpling 

Barlow, John, Butler Centre, Iowa. Hay rake and loader 

Barlow, John H.. and I. Taylor, Kcw Haven, Conn. Perforating-stamp 



225,042 

231,257 

233,133 

9,122 



Dec. 14 

Feb. 24 

July 20 

July 20 

Jan. 27 

Dec. 14 

Juno 15 



July 27 
Mar. 9 
Sept. 28 
May 4 
Jan. C 
Aug. 17 
Nov. 30 
Sept. 7 
Feb. 10 

Aug. 3 
Julv 27 



Mar. 23 
Sept. 14 

July 6 
Mar. 2 



Mar. 2 76 
Aug. 17 777 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 






503 

504 

505 
868 

1448 



1131 

481 

1078 

019 



1147 

1143 

97 

1290 



933 

933 

449 

1450 

901 

595 

959 

1224 



664 

657 

6 

10C3 

75 
311 
073 

704 

822 

533 

1050 

774 
837 
820 
535 
803 



1224 
410 
9.52 
133 
122 
776 

1358 
134 
468 

153 
1079 



833 
347 



139 

140 



140 
237 



399 



307 
132 
303 
179 



3 

318 
319 

26 
340 



267 

:267 
208 
129 
399 
250 
159 

'276 
277 
345 



181 
183 



299 

21 

91,92 

197 

193 

230 

154 
299 

210 
236 



so I 
3 ! 



226,824 
230,222 
223,043 ; 



Oct. 12 

Mar. 23 

Apr. 27 

JiUy 20. 

Mar. 2 



421 
1090 



154 
220 



345 

119 

261 

39 

31 

217 

365 

34 

134 

45 
303 



243 

97 



23 

1 

21 
217 
110 
311 



18 

18 



13 
17 



17 



17 
13 
13 
17 
17 

17 

13 
18 

18 
18 



809 226 
838 I 237 



70 



21 



17 

}- 

17 
17 
17 
17 

[17 

13 



18 
17 

18 

18 

17 

18 
17 
17 

18 

18 
17 

13 
18 
17 
18 
17 



13 
17 
18 
17 
17 
18 
18 
18 
17 

18 
13 



17 
13 



18 
17 

17 

18 

18 
17 

17 
18 

17 



91 
92 



92 
1378 



147G 



1424 
824 
193 
335 
747 

204 
1495 
1495 
1003 
1229 



403 

403 

1002 

1476 

923 

123 

650 

222 



1100 

877 
248 

439 

409 

305 

592 

1355 

1433 

1378 
421 

143 

153 

170 

1379 

1309 



533 
704 
999 
22 
380 
1241 
545 
300 

271 

193 



031 

539 



21 

457 

409 
386 
814 
67;' 

9U' 
154 
469 



12 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of paUntees — Continued. 



Name, residence, antl invention. 



Barlow, Jolin H., assignor to "Winclicster Repeating Arms Company, New Haven, Conn. 

Cartridge-loading implement 

Barlow, John H., assignor to Winchester Eepeating Arms Company, New Haven, Conn. 

Machine for feeding' cartridge-shells 

Barlow, Joseph L., Wilmington, N. C. Metal-lined wooden harrel .• 

Barlow, Samuel L. M. (See Lugo, Orazio, assignor.) 
Barlow, Samuel L. M. (See Rossetti, Francesco, assignor.) 
Barlow, Susan, et at (See Barlow, EUsha T., assignor.) 

Barnard, Edward, Rome, N. Y. Quarter-boot for horses 

Barnard, Heman A. (See McMann and Barnard.) 

Barnard & Leas Manufacturing Company. (See Leas and Hanson, assignors.) 

Barnard, William S., Canton, assignor of one-half interest to W. A. Knowlton, Rockford, 

HI. ; said Xnowlton assignor of one-half interest to said Barnard. Corn-harvester 

Barnes, Alden, Bloomington, 111. Machine for forming interlocking eyes 

Barnes, Amos, assignor to himself, J. Barnes, and J. W. Bird, Pontiac, Mich. Ritmau-con- 



nection . 



Barnes, Charles, Dayton, Ky. Automatic fire-extinguisher 

Barnes, Charles E., Boston, Mass., assignor, by mesne assignments, to United States Cord 

Company. Cord-making machine 

Bamcs, Charles T., Chicago, 111. Smoke and gas consumer for stoves 

Barnes, Charles W. (See Beebe, Dickey, and Barnes.) 

Barnes, Charles W., Randolph township, Montgomery county, Ohio. Gate 

Barnes, Charles W., Randolph township, (Clayton P. 0.,) Montgomery comity, Ohio. Trace- 
fastening 

Barnes, Emery, Mount Pleasant, Mich. Lifting and force pump 

Barnes, George R. (See Sheffield and Barnes.) 

Barncsi Harry W., Bristol, Conn. Lock-work attachment for clocks 

Barnes, Horace H., Dryden, Mich. Portable elevator 

Barnes, Howard C. (See Crocker, James A., assignor.) 
Barnes, James, et al. (See Barnes, Amos, assignor.) 
Barnes, John. (See Barnes, WOliam E. and J.) 

Barnes, John A., Laclede, Mo. Neck-yoke adjuster for harness 

Barnes, John H., assignor of one-half interest to D. Gatto, Baltimore, Md. Harbor-ballast 
for ships. 



Barnes, John M., Wacousta, assignor of one-half interest to W. S. Palmer, Lansing, Mich. 
Windmill 

Barnes, Jonathan, et al. (See Riley, Wilson, assignor.) 
Barnes, Norman A., et al. (See Pearce, William, assignor.) 

Barnes, Stephen, New Haven, Conn. Vibrating propeller 



Barnes, Wesley W., New York, assignor of one-half interest to J. E. Robinson, Middletown, 

N. Y. Letter-box 

Barnes, William E. and J., Rockford, 111. Metal- turning lathe 

Barnett, John, Now York, and C. T. Hurlburt, Brooklyn, N. Y. Case for medicines 

Barnett, John, and C. E. Hurlburt, Brooklyn, N. Y. Case for medicines 

Barnett, Samuel W. (See Harris, Lee O., assignor.) 

Barney, Everett H., Springfield, Mass. Skate 

Barney, Everett H., Springfield, Mass. Roller-skate , 

Barney, Erank P., Norton, Mass. Button and stud 

Barney, Nathan, Bergen Point, N. J. Automatically-dumping boat 

Barney, Samuel E., New Haven, Conn., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Magic RuflBe 

Company, New York, N. Y. Machine for making plaited puffing. (Reissue) 

Barnhart, Albert, Milton, Wis. Bee-hive 

Barnhurst, Henry R., Erie, Pa. Speed-regulator 

Barnhnrst, Henry R. , Erie, Pa. Valve-gear for steam-engines 

Bams, Charles, Syracuse, N. Y. Connecting neck-bands, yokes, and cuffs to shirts 

Bamum, Edson D. (See Porter and Bamnm.) 
Barnum, E. T. (See Gordon, William H., assignor.) 
Barnum, Starr H., et al. (See Frisbie, Dennis, assignor.) 
Baron, Alfred L. (See McGeorge, James, assignor.) 

Baron, Bernhard, Baltimore, McT Cigarette 

Baron, Charles S. S., et al. (See Ery, Charles H., Jr., assignor.) 

Barr, Daniel W., assignor of one-half interest to H. B. Smeck, Reading, Pa. Gate-hinge 

Barr, George D., Grecn-^ille Court-House, S. C. Bottle-filler 

Barr, Jacob N., Altoona, Pa. Car-wheel chiU 

Ban-, -Jacob N., Altoona, Pa. ChUl for casting car-wheels. .1 

BaiT, William C., and W. H. Axford, Jersey City, N. J. Weighing-scales 

Barr, William C., Jersey City, N. J. Valve-gear for steam-hammers 

Barrett, Charles. (See Crockett and Barrett.) 

Barrett, Charles, Somerville, Mass. Ereight-car 

Draw-bar for freight-cars 

Car-axle box 

Railway -car 

Stopping or closing bottles, jars, and similar vessels. . 

Pendulum attachment for clocks i 

Ban-ctt, Thomas. (See Arroiiquier and Barrett.) 

BaiTie, Robert C, Jr., assignor of one-half interest to J. H. W. Chestnut, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Steam-engine 

Barrie, Robert C, Jr., assignor of onc-balf interest to J. H. W. Chestnut, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mechanical movement 

Barringcr, Medora D., Silver Creek, Mich. Thread-cutter 

Barrington-Kennett, Vincent H. B., 15 Hyde Park Gardens, England. Feed-bag for horses. 

Barron, Andrew, JanesviUo, Wis. Lime-kiln 

Barron, Washington, Summit Bridge, Del. Field-marker 

Barrow, David. (See Barrow, Samuel, D., and J.) 
Barrow, Jacob. (See Barrow, Samuel, D., and J.) 

Banow, Samuel, D., and J., Indianapolis, Ind. Rotary engine or pump 

Barrow, Samuel, D., and J., Indianapolis, Ind. Steam-boiler 

Barrow, Thomas E., assignor of oneJialf interest to H. D. B. Williams, Mansfield, Ohio. 

Valve for steam-engines - 

Barrows, Henry M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Handle for folding cutlery .\ 

Barrows, John F., Lincoln, "lU. Combined tablet-holder and band-stamp 

Barrows, William E., Hartford, Conn. Cover and cooler for butter and other articles 



Barrett, Charles, Somerville, Mass. 
Barrett, Charles, Somerville, Mass. 
Barrett, Charles, Somerville, Mass. 
Barrett, Henry, Hampton, England. 
Barrett, John A., Woodstock, Vt. 



No. 



229,301 

233,002 
235,980 



225,547 



223,213 
230,004 

232,021 
233,393 

232,920 
231,142 



230,105 

230,166 
224,509 

234,941 
228,591 



223,575 
232,435 
223,465 

220,957 

231,523 
232,436 
225,320 
227,719 

235,492 
235,666 
229,356 
226,960 

9,391 
228,801 
224,764 
232,800 
229,232 



232,873 

233,394 
233,187 
225,549 
233,315 
226,959 
233,188 

224,984 
224,985 
224,986 
225,913 
230,605 
235,665 



226,591 

226,592 
234,384 
228,537 
227,203 
226,097 



231,520 
231,521 

232,230 
232,026 
228,592 
224,120 



Date. 



June 29 

Oct. 12 
Dec. 28 



Mar. 16 



Jan. 
Aug. 



Oct. 5 
Oct. 19 

Oct. 5 
Aug. 17 

July 20 

July 20 
Feb. 17 

Nov. 30 
June 8 



Jan. 13 
Sept. 21 
Jan. 13 

Apr. 27 

Aug. 24 
Sept. 21 
Mar. 9 

May 18 

Dec. 14 
Dec. 21 
June 29 
Apr. 27 

Sept. 28 
June 15 
Feb. 24 
Oct. 5 
June 29 



Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Mar. 
Oct. 
Apr. 
Oct. 



Mar. 2 
Mar. 2 
Mar. 2 
Mar. 30 
Aug. 3 
Dec. 21 



Apr. 20 

Apr. 20 
Nov. 16 
June 8 
May 4 
Apr. 20 



Aug. 24 
Aug. 24 

Sept. 14 
Sept. 28 
June 8 
Feb. 3 



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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1830. 



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Alpliahelical list of^patenfees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 




Barrows. "William If., assignor to H. J. Hand, Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for molding 

shells 

Barrows, William K.. Philadelphia, Pa. Steam-jacket kettle 

Barry, James 11., Toukers, assisjnor to himself and W. H. Hayes, Now York, N. T. Top . . 
Barry, James 11., Tonkers, N. ■$"., assignor of one-half to T. S." Livermore, Leicester, Mass. 

Combination puzzlo and game apparatus 

Barry, John, New York, N. T. Thermometer-tube 

Barsaloux, Joseph, Sandy Hill, assignor, by mesne assignments, to N. Lyon, Albany, N. T. 

Metallic stiffeucr for boots and shoes. (Iteissue.) 

Barstow, Amos C, Providence, R. I. Stove 

Barstow, .Tohn E., New York, N. Y. Combined gangway and life-raft 

Bavtels, William H.. Carthage, HI., assignor of^three-fburths interest to G. Vote, S. C. 

Fanner, Jr., and M. A. McCoid, Fairfield, Iowa. Foot-rest for rocking-chairs 

Barthel. A. Edward. (See Miiller, Hermann G-., assignor.) 

Bartholomew, Francis A. (Sec Kiley, William W., assignor.) 

Bavtlett, EajTe 0. (See Lewis and Bartlett.) 

Bartlett, Eayre O. (See Lewis and Bartlett.) (Reissue.) 

Bartlett, Frederick W. (Seo Pccor and Bartlett.) 

Bartlett, Frederick W., Galveston, Tes., assignor to G. W. Dunbar's Sons, New Orleans, La. 

Linins for tin cans 

Bartlett^ George S., assignor of one-half interest to U. Thomas, Leo'n, Iowa. Pump 

Bartlett, John. (See Jones, Legije, and Bartlett.) 
Bartlett, Joseph W. (See Sandford, Frank V., assignor.) 

Bartlett, Octave W., Brattlcborough, Yt. Keed-org'au 

Bartlett, Samuel H. (See Lockwood and Bartlett.) 

Bartlett, Samuel H., New York. N. Y. Portable galvanic battery 

Bartlett. Samuel H., Now York, N. Y. Portable galvanic battery 

Bartlett, William D., Amesbury. Mass. Chimney-cap 

Bartley, Theodore D., Dresden Centre. N. Y. Breech-loading fire-arm 

Barton, David D., York, Pa. Key-fastener : 

Barton, Edward A., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Nursing-bottle 

Barton, Elijah C, assignor to himself, H. H. Abbe, E. G. Cone, and A. H. Couklin, East 

Hampton, Conn. Bell toy 

Barton, Hiiam E. W., Yinclaud. N. J. Postal-card 

Barton, John W., Emporia, Kans. Neck-yoke 

Barton, WiUi.im H. H., Warmouth, Mass. Sphygmophone 

Barton, William B., Bridgewater, Mass., assignor of one-half interest to G. C. Hammond, 

Pawtucket, K. I. Welt-trimmer 

Barton, WiUi.im li., Bridgewater, Mass., assignor of one-half to G.C.Hammond, Pawtucket, 

R. I. Welt-trimmer T 

Bashaw, .John W. (See McConnick and Bash.aw.) 
Bass, William E. (See Freese, Francis J., assignor.) 
Bassett Corset Company. (See Bray, Morris P., assignor.) 

Bassett, Dewitt C, Canibria Mills, Mich. Buckle 

Bassett, George T., Harwich, Mass. Meat-press 

Bassett. Greenleaf, Brewster, Mass. Wheel-guard for carriages 

Bassett, Royal M. (Seo Daniels, Charles, assignor.) 
Bast, Benjamin B. (See Talley and Bast.) 

Bast, Edward C, St. Louis, Mo. Drag-saw machine 

Bast, George W. (See Talley and Bast.) 

Bastet, Louis, Brooklyn, N. Y. Machine for waxin" paper 

Bastet, Louis, Brookl'jTi, N. Y., assignor of two-thirds interest to J. G. Newcomb, Hoboken, 

N. J., and F. B. Squire, Brooklyn^ N. Y. Manufacture of soap 

Bataille, AchiUe, New York, N. Y. Flexible joint for pipes 

Bataille. AchiUe, New York, N. Y. Pipe joint or coupling 

Batchelder, Fred B., East Boston. Mass. Leather-finishing machine 

Batchelder, Hazen J., Catasautjua. Pa., assignor, by mesne assignments, to T. S. Very, 

Boston, Mass. RoU for horseshoe-blanks 

Batchelder. John, .Jr., Jamaica Plains. Mass. Air-heating stove , 

Batchelor. Frank. PlainweU, Mich. Wheelbarrow, cultivator, and seeding-machine 

Batchclor, .Joseph F., Baltimore, Md. Signal-lantern "T 

Batchelor, Joseph F., Baltimore, Md. Tacuum and air brake 

Bate, Wallace H., assignor to himself and -T. Middleby, Boston, Mass. Bottle stopper and 

fastening 

Batemau, Daniel. (See Batemau, WiUiam F., assignor.) 

Bateman, Daniel, Low Moor, near Bradford, Yorkshire, England. Apparatus for harden- 
ing and tempering wire 

Bateman, Henry B. (See Liick, John J., assignor.) 

Bateman, Henry B. (See Liick and Bateman.) 

Bateman, WiUiam F., assignor to D. Bateman, Low Moor, England. Apparatus fortempor- 

ing wire for card-teeth 

Bateman. WilUam H., and F. X. Hooper, Baltimore, Md. Printer's gaUey 

Bates, Charles L., New York, N. Y. Gong-bell 

Bates. David H., et al. (See Hadden, WUliam, assignor.) 

Bates, George G., New York, N. Y. Machine for making ruches 

Bates. .James, Baltimore, Md, Metal cap for chimneys 

Bates. .John L., Franklin, Ark. Water-wheel 

Bates, Levi M., et al. (See Ehrlich, Edward, assignor.) 

Bates, Samuel A., assignor to himself, J. J. McCormick, and R. LiddcU. Pittsburg, Pa. 

Elevator for loading and unloading vessels 

Bates, Samuel D., Lewisbnrg, Pa. Harvester 

Bates. Theodore C, et al. (See HiU, Lucian, assignor.) 

Bates. Theodore C, North IJrookfield, Mass. Corset 

Bates, Thomas L., et al. (See Witsil, Greorge L., assignor.) 

Bates. WiUiam S., Cincinnati, Ohio. Horse hay-rake 

Bathrick, Lewis E. (See Witt, Daniel, assignor.) 

Batson. John D., Lexington, Ky. Machine for cleaning blue-grass seed 

Batt. Charles F., Phcenisville, Pa. Pendulum-scale 

Lock and latch combined 

Covering for steam and hot-aippipes 

Covering for steam and hot-air pipes. (Reissue) 

Bale-tio 

Bale-tie 

(See Blacklidge, Robert, assignor.) 



Batt, Charles F., PhtenixviUe, Pa. 
BatteUc, Andrew B., Bellaire, Ohio. 
Battelle. Andrew B., BeUaire, Ohio. 
Battelle, .John G., Memphis, Tenn. 
Battelle, John G., Memphis, Tenn. 
Battle.t. Albert J., etal., trustees. 



230,916 
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234 223 
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235,987 

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235,405 
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232,105 

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235,493 



234,453 
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224,267 



224,987 

229,798 

232,922 
225,267 
230,606 
227,204 

234,942 
231,390 
228.021 
230,522 
231,258 

231,524 



224,127 



228,301 
231,525 
231,752 

232,437 
234,047 
224,128 



228,593 
231,526 

235,928 

233,191 

226,698 
235,982 
2.35,983 
223,695 
9,318 
2.33,913 
234,943 



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Nov. 9 
Nov. 2 

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Aug. 31 



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Juno 22 
Sept. 21 
Oct. 5 
Mar. 30 
Nov. 9 

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Mar. 9 
Nov. 30 
Sept. 14 

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Dec. 14 



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July 13 



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Mar. 
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Aug. 24 
Aug. 31 

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Aug. 24 

Dec. 28 

Oct. 12 



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Dec. 28 1152 

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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alpliabeikal list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Batty, Albert. (See Batty, Job, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Batty, Job, Philadelphia,' Pa., assignor to A. Batty. Arrangement of apparatus for and 
pi-ocess of forming laps. (Reissue) 

Bauce, Charles TT., Jersey City, N.J. Bung for barrels 

Bauder, Adam, assignor of tyro-thirds interest to H. Rcnsh and C. ilartens. New Orleans, 
La. Hamefastener 

Bauer, George W., assignor of one-half to F. Behl, Grand Rapids, Mich. Swing 

Baugh, Daniel, et al. (See Terne, Bruno, assignor.) 

Baugh, Edwin P., et al. (See Terne, Bruno, assignor.) 

Baugh, Edwin P., Philadelphia, Pa. Mill for reduction 

Baugh, John P., ct al. (Sec Terne, Bruno, assignor.) 

Baugh, Levi, Jr. (See .janssen and Baugh.) 

Baughey, David E.. St. Thomas, Pa. Machine for leveling millstones and tramm jig spindles . 

Baughman, John, Indianapolis, Ind. Belt-tightener 

Baiim, Heinrich, assignor to Parbwerbe, vormals Meister, Lucius & Briiuing, Hochst-on- 
Ihe-Main, Germany. Red coloring-matter 

Bauni, John "W., GiUmor City, Pa. Device for cleaning parafiBne from the tubings of oil- 
wells 

Bauman, Gerhart, Middletowu, Conn. Door-spring 

Bauman, John, Oshkosh, TYis. Inkstand 

Baiimgartner, John C, Eraser, Mich. Gate-hanger 

Baur, Charles, New York, N. T. Stylographio fountain-pen 

Bausch, John J., Rochester, N. T. Microscope 

Bausmith, \Tilliam T., Ludlow, Ky. Lerer-clamp 

Baxley, Levi L., assignor of part interest to E. A. Spink, J. F. T. Holbeck, and E. Lehmpuhl, 
Chicago, 111. Filtering-press 

Baxter, James H,. Adam's' Basin, N. T. Potato-digger 

Baxter, John D., Mechanicsville, N. T. Chisel 

Baxter, Myron L., Aurora, 111. Electric call-hell 

Baxter, Tubal C, Glenwood, Kans. Potato-fork 

Baxter William, Newark, N. J. Stcam-cngiuo reversing-gear 

Bayley, "William, assignorto Whiteloy, Fassler & Kelly, Springfield, Ohio. Draft-equalizer. . 

Bayliff, Lewis P., and W. Harrod, Union township, Auglaize county, Ohio, assignors of one- 
half interest to A. Smith and A. Besse . Car-coupling. (Reissue) 

Bazin, Ernest, Paris, France. Hy tlrostatic coffee and tea pot 

Beach, Abel, Iowa City, Iowa, Writing-taWet 

Beach, Alexander H., Linden, Mich. Fifth-wheel platform 

Beach, Charles Y., Fairfield, Conn. Manufacture of rubber or other gum cloth and compO' 

sitions thereof 

Beach, Charles Y., Fairfield, Conn. India-rubber and other gum compounds for surfacing 

cloth and for other purposes " 

Beach, George E., Marshalltown. Iowa. System of water-supply for cities and towns 

Beach, Henry H., Rome, N. Y. Feed for horses and cattle 

Beach, Henry L., Montrose, Pa. Frame for scroll-sawing machines 

Beach, Isaac' D., Jr., assignor to himself and T. T. Beach, Millersville, Mo. Nut-lock 

Beach, Joseph B., West Meriden, assignor to Simpson Hall MiUer & Co., WaUingford, Conn, 

Table-bell hanger ". 

Beach, Philip. (See Veil, George W., assignor.) 
Beach, T. T. (See Beach, Isaac D., Jr., assignor.) 

Beal, Alpha R., Newton, Mass. Easel 

Beal, John A.. Haokensack, N.J. Bridle 

Beale, Forest W., et al. (See Pease, Charles, assignor.) 

Beale. Joseph H. (See Smith and Beale.) 

Beall, 0. 31., et al. (See Officer, WilUara E., assignor.) 

Beals, David S., Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne assignments, to H. Anderson, Chicago, 

HI. Railway draw-bar. (Reissue.) 

Beamisderfer, Joseph A., Campbelltown, Pa. Thill-support 

Bean, James M., Watertowu, assignor of one-fourth interest to C. Whittier, Boston, Mass. 

Gate : 

Bean, John and R., Springfield, Ohio. Windmill-pump 

Bean, J'ohn and R., Springfield, Ohio. Grain-grinder 

Bean, .John E., and A. G. Hooker, Port Kennedy, Pa. ThiU-coupling 

Bean, Roscoe. (See Bean, John and R.) 

Bean, Roscoe, Springfield, Ohio. Douhle-actiug pump. (Reissue) 

Bean, Samuel L,, Washington, D, C. Collecting and grading dust of flour and grain in flour- 
mills 

Bean, Samuel L., Washington. D. C. Balloon for collecting flour-dust in mills 

Beane, Eben J., Providence, R. I. Shoe 

Beane, Eben J., Providence, R. I. Uniting pieces of leather 

Bear, Emanuel M., Oil City, Pa. Clasp 

Beard, Alfred, Cincinnati, Ohio. Wrench 

Beard, Charles M. (See Burnham, Walter, assignor.) 

Beard, Charles M., Elroy, Wis. Clutch for bow-strings 

Beard, Eleazar J. (See'Kistler, Willoughhay F., assignor.) 

Beard, George M., Angola, Ind. Windmill 

Beard, John. (See Cook. Chase, and Beard.) 

Beard, Johnson H.. Providence, Ky. Fire-place 

Beard, Joseph C, Pine Bluff, Ark.' Signal-conveyer for hotels and other buildings 

Beardslee, William F., Boston, Mass. "Wirc-reelfor sewing-machines 

Bearup, Henry I., assignor of one-third interest to C. G. Melcher, Elkhart, Ind. Steam or 

fluid brake 

Beasley, Maria E., Philadelphia, Pa. Life-raft 

Beattie, William, Cohoes, N. Y. Machine for uniting knit fabrics 

Beattie, William C, assignor to Reed & Barton, Taunton. Mass. Salt-cellar and pepper-box. 
Beattie, William C, assignor to Reed & Barton, Taunton, Mass. Pickle-caster 

Beattie, WiUiam C, assignor to Reed &. Barton, Taunton, Mass. Jewel-case 

Beattie, William C, assignor to Reed & Barton, Taunton, Mass. Butter-disli 

Beatty, R. J. (See Fox, William, assignor.) 
Beatty, Robert J. (See Zimmerman, George, assignor.) 

Beatty, Robert P., Brooklyn, assignor of one-half interest to J. H. Haulenbeck, New York, 
N. Y. Direction-card 



9,413 

229,943 

228,022 
233,914 



233,833 



224,812 
224,378 

233, 4G5 

230,917 

228,856 
226,155 
231,467 
225,914 
230,688 
235,064 

230,103 
232,801 
230,223 
233,834 
227,720 
223,632 
234,702 

9,063 

230,523 

223,980 
231,469 

223,874 

226,017 
233,594 
232,327 
231,468 
224 030 

224,379 



228,435 
223,270 



9,401 
229,357 

228,436 
226,699 
233,192 
230,394 

9,475 

228,023 
235,197 
223,576 
227,947 
233,964 
232,923 

228,302 

23.3,134 

224,129 
229,081 
232,168 

231,143 

226,264 

228. 802 

225,785 
225,766 

225,787 

234,739 



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July 13 

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Nov. 2 



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Feb. 24 
Feb. 10 

Oct. 19 

Aug. 10 
June 15 
Apr. 6 
Aug. 24 
Mar. 30 
Aug. 3 
Dec. 7 

July 20 

Oct. 5 

July 20 

Nov. 2 

May 18 

Jan. 20 

Nov. 23 

Feb. 3 

July 27 

Feb. 3 
Aug. 24 

Jan. 27 

Mar. 30 
Oct. 26 

Sept. 21 
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June 29 

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Apr. 20 
Oct. 12 
July 27 

Nov. 23 

May 25 
Dec. 7 
Jan. 13 
Mav 25 
Nov. 2 
Oct. 5 

June 1 

Oct. 12 

Feb. 3 
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Sept. 14 

Aug. 17 
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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



■15 



Xamc, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Beatv, Abram D.. and W. H. Caltins, Painted Post, N. T. Buctwlieat-liulling apparatns. 
BeanUry, Zotique, Lj-nn, Mass. Jack for boots and shoes 

Beaumont, Frederick E. B., "Westminster, England. Air-engino 

Ceavers, V. T., ct al. (See Toirree, Silas M., assignor.) 
Kebcc. Orson. (See Ticknor andBebee.) 

Bebout, James M., Madison. Ind. Car-lifting device 

Beck, August, :New York, A<r. T., assignor, by mesne assignments, to L. Dryfoos. Quilt- \ 

ius-macliine. (Reissue) - S 

Beck, Frederick, Xew York, N. Y Coating and ornamenting tke surfaces of paper, cloth, 

ic. (lieissue) 

Beck, George T., Lexington, Ky. Mecbanieal movement 

Beck, William F., Bellelbnte, Pa. Piano-trnck 

Becker, August n.. St. Louis, Mo. Plastered wall 

Becker, Ed-srard, assignorof one-half interesttoBussey, McLeod&Co., Troy,!N.T. Stove-leg. 

Becker, Fi'ancis L., Galveston, Tex. Mnsic-leaf turner 



Becker, Francis L., Galveston, Tex. Finger-exercising macMne 

Becker, Frederick, Albany, X. Y'. Device for amusement and instruction 

Becker, Frederick "SY., Winona, Minn. Stock-car 

Becker, Herman, Philadelphia. Pa. Truss - - 

Becker. Leander, York. Pa. "\Yashin|;-machine , 

Beckfeld, William .J. (See Marchand, Henry E., assignor.) 
Becklind. Walter, et al. (See Eupp, John, assignor.) 

Becktel. Charles J., and F. M. Horner, Muncie, Ind. Mail-bag 

Bectn-ith, John H. (See GalloTvay and Beckwitb.) 
Beckwith, Leonard F. (See Du Motay and Beckwith. 

Bedean, Paul, St. Louis, Mo. Center-pifce 

Bedel. James S., Kalamazoo, Mich. Lamp-shade 

Bedell, David. (See Smyth, Charles A., assignor.) 

Bedell, Otis T., Xew York, X. Y. Sound-deadener for car-trucks 

Bedford, Alma, Coldwater, Mich. Sulky 

Bee, Benjamin F., Harwich, Mass. Button-fastener 

Beebe, Calvin T., assignor to AVithingt on fcCooley Manufacturing Company, Jackson, Mich. 

Cast-steel garden-rake 

Beebe, Eugene. J. M. Connor, and E. Beebe, Jr., Montgomery, Ala. Thill-conpling 

Beebe, Frank !S"., Colnmbns, Ohio. Spring-extractor for iire-arms 

Beebe, George F. and W. 0., Hornellsvillc, assignors of one-third interest to C. M. Woods, \ 

ZS'eTV York, N. Y. Pump ! 5 

Beebe. Henry C, assignor of one-third interest to M. F. Beebe, Canton, lU. Shovel-plovr 



point 



Be'ebe, M. F. (See Beebe, Henry C, assignor.) 
Beebe, Thomas J. (See gangster, Hugh, assisnor.) 
Beebe. Walter 0. (See Beebe, George F. and^AV. 0.) 

Beebe, Walter 0.. F. B. Dickey and C. AY. Barnes, Belmont, !N". Y. Submerged pump 

Beebe, William H. (See Panton, Janson and E., assignors. Eeissue.) 
Beebe. William H. (See Pell, Henry W., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 
Beebe, William H. (See Shatters and Eay, assignors.) (Eeissue.) 
Beebe, William H. (See Wolf, David, assignor.) (Eeissne.) 

Beebee. Eobert M., Chico, Cal. Horse-power ' 

Bcecher, Henry M., assignor of one-half interest to C. S. Mersick, Xew Haven, Conn. Fence- 



post . 



Beede. C. 0., et al. (See Tyler, T. Frank, assignor.) 

Beedle. Asa T. (See Kelly, John, assignor.) 

Beejier, Karl, assignor to himself and G. Liedman, Berlin, Prussia, Germany. Velocipede., 

Beehler, Benedict, St. Louis, Me. Lmnber-polishing machino 

Beckman, Gerard, assignor of one-half interest to J. W. Beekman, Kew York, N. Y. Cot- 
ton-picking machino , 

Beekman. Gerard, assignor of one-half interest to J. W. Beekman, New York, N. Y. Cut- 
ting apparatus for mowers and reapers 

Beckman, J. William. (See Beekman. Gerard, assignoi-.) 

Becks, James C, Fort Waj-ne, Ind. Wrench 

Beers, Edwin A. (See Wliiteman. Israel E., assignor.) 

Beers. Edwin A., DcKalb, and T.W.Eaton, Chicago, 111.; said Eaton assignor to said Beers. 
Machine for manufacturing barbed fence-wire 

Beers, John W. A., assignor to Stanley Works, Xcw Britain, Conn. Die for making sheet- 
metal hinge-blanks 

Beery. William F.. Nodaway Mills, Iowa. Hanging cloors 

Becsley, .Jacolj. (See Peterson and Beeslej-.) 

Beckon, .James, Okolonn, Miss. Combined planter and cultivator ' 

Beeson, Thomas B,, AVilmington, Del. Roofing-tongs 

Beezley. .lames. Rocky Ford, Colo. Gate 

Beggs, Christina, Allegheny, Pa. Car-seat „. . . 



Eegon, Louis, San Francisco, Cal. Plow 

Begou. Louis, San Francisco, Cal. Central draft for plows 

Behl, Fred. (Sec Bauer. George AV.. assignor.) 

Behlen, Charles. Jr.. assignor of one-half to G. Moerlein, Cincinnati, Oldo. Vehicle 

Behney. -J. Frank. (Seo Ross, Ezra P., assignor.) 
Behr, Hans C. (See Eckart and Behr.) 

Behr. Herman, Brooklj-n, N. Y. Baby-carrier 

Beidlcr, Charles, assignorof one-half interest to E. Harvev, AUentown, Pa. Mechanical 

movement ' 

Beidler, George A., Middletown, Pa. Lantem-bumer 

Beidler, George A,, Middletown, Pa. Burner for lamps and lanterns 

Beidler. George A.. Middletown, Pa. . Combined lamn .sh.ade and chimnev 

Ecightle, .John L., Holton. Kans. Hav rake and loader. ". 

Bejottcs, Leon J., assignor of one-half'to Fernandez & Calvo, New York, N. Y. Cigarette- ? 

machine 5 

Belcher. D.avid U. (Sec Barker, .Icsepb, assignor.) 

Belcher, Orlando F., AVinthrop. Mass. Cartridge-loading machino 

Eelden. Albert C. (See Fahs, Belden, and Kremer.) 

Beldsmeier, Henry W.. assignor to J. AV. Beldsraeier. St. Louis, Mo, 

Beld.smeior, .Johanna W. (See Ecldsmcier. Henry W.. assignor,) 

eld, T. Broom, Philadelphia, Pa. Machine lor grinding valves. . 



Excavator. .. 



Eelfie 



234,113 
331,527 

232,438 



233,395 

n,oo7 
■ 9,473 

235,934 
228,857 
223,090 
230,089 

225,550 

232,231 
233,198 
229,059 
232,439 
232,007 

231,981 



233,595 
228,024 

227,205 
220,826 
229,853 

227,473 
228,500 
230,224 

220,018 
223,309 



220,019 

223,875 
223,005 

233,390 
231,259 

227,949 

227,950 

229,249 

227,948 

233,135 
234,703 



224,988 
233,965 
2,34,740 
229,944 
227,405 
227,400 

235,494 



229,233 

232 2?2 
225',788 
227,474 
233,960 
234,741 

233,985 

231,753 
233,316 
235,495 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Nov. 9 
Aug. 24 

Sept. 21 



Oct. 19 
Fob. 24 

Nov. 23 
Dec. 28 
June 15 
Jan. 20 
Ang. 3 

Mar. 10 

Sept. 14 
Oct. 12 
July 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 28 



Sept. 7 

Oct. 20 
May 25 

May 4 
Apr, 27 
July 13 

May 11 
June 8 
July 20 

Mar. 30 
Jan. 



Mar. 30 

Jan. 27 
Jan. 20 



Oct. 19 
Aug. 17 

May 25 

May 25 

June 29 

May 25 

Oct. 12 
Nov. 23 

Mar. 2 
Nov. 2 
Nov. 23 
Julv 13 
May 11 
May 11 

Dec. 14 

June 20 

Sept. 14 
Mar. 23 
May 11 
Nov. 2 
Nov. 23 

Dec. 23 

Aug. 31 
Oct. 19 
Dec. 14 



358 
1009 

039 



760 
1181 

1275 

1153 
869 
598 ' 
109 I 

075 

422 
495 
167 
691 
956 



99 

300 

(190 

\ 191 



209 
^338 
i 339 



320 
237 



31 

n97 

)198 
117 
136 
40 
191 
262 



135 34 



OflBcial 
Gazette. 



1015 
1104 

137 
811 
409 

450 
414 
840 

1249 



123 



1250 



622 
564 

701 
779 

1010 

1019 

1455 

1012 

423 
1105 



170 
1148 
507 
371 
372 

538 



282 
314 

39 
220 
113 

129 

113 

238 

;352 

[353 

31 



353 



219 
152 

209 
218 

291 

291 

400 

290 

110 
297 

3 
43 
309 
140 
109 
110 

155 



1290 : 354 



423 
964 
451 

170 
1149 

11.-.4 



1341 
0C4 
530 



117 

278 

129 

43 

300 

(320 

J 321 

378 

183 

155 



18 
18 



1053 
440 



] 18 65; 



18 

[" 

18 
18 
17 
17 
18 

1 17 

'18 

18 
18 
18 
18 



18 



17 



17 



17 
17 

18 
18 

17 

17 

17 

17 

18 
18 

17 
18 
18 
18 
17 
17 

18 

17 



87!) 
4-13 

1221 

1496 

1378 

124 

264 

593 

602 
827 
34 
653 
704 



545 



931 

1188 

1000 

914 

77 

1063 

1302 

154 

710 



711 



170 
119 

879 
386 

1174 

1175 

1477 

1174 

814 
1193 

458 
1014 
1200 
92 
1049 
1049 

1379 
1455 



603 
652 

1063 
18 i 1014 
1200 



18 
[18 

18 
18 



1497 

489 
803 



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16 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Contiaued. 



Name, residence, audiuvention. 



Belknap, Etholbert, Tonkers, 3N". T. Mannf actiiro of wool-folt fabrics 

Belknap, Jackson O., New York, N. T. Sign 

Belknap, Lewis, B. Boston, Mass. Combination garden and lawn rake 

Bell, Alexander C., New Alexandria, Pa. Cider-mill and wine-press 

Bell, Alexander G-., WasMngton, D. C., assignor to National Bell Telephone Company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Electric telephone transmitter. - - ; 

Bell, Alexander G-., Washington, B. C. Automatic short-circuiter for telephones 

Bell, Alexander G., Washington, D. C, assignor to American Bell Telephone Company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Apparatus for signaling and communicating, called "photophone " 

Bell, Alexander G-., Washington, D. C, and S. Tainter, Watertown, Mass. Photophone- 
transmitter .*- 

Bell, Alexander G., Washington, D. C, and S. Tainter, Watertown, Mass. Selenium-cell.. 

Bell, Alexander G., Washington, D. C, and S. Tainter, Watertown, Mass. ; said Bell as- 
signor to American Bell Telephone Company. Treating selenium to increase its electric 
conductivity 

Bell, Charles J., Brantford, Ontailo, Canada. Telephone caU-register , 

Bell, Charles J., Chicago, 111. Car-coupling 

Bell, Charles J., Chicago, 111. Car brake and starter 

Bell, Charles S., Amador City, Cal., assignor of one-half interest to J. E. Johns and W. W. 
Kirkland. Grain measure and register 

Bell, George, New York, N. Y. BoUer and furnace 

Bell, George C, assignor to Bclltype Engraving Company, (Umitod,) Now York, N. Y. 
Photo-rellof engraving 

BeU, George W., "St. Joseph, Mo. Weather-strip 

Bell, Joseph M., Ellisville, 111. Corn-planter..- - 

Bell Meter Company. (See Swartz and Taylor, assignors.) 

Bell, M. Fred., Fulton, Mo. Adjustable ctair , 

Bell, Morris E., Eultou, Mo. Adjustable rocking-chair 

Bell, Newton M. (See Cumming's, Charles, assignor.) 

Bell, R. M. (See Spencer, William H., assignor.) 

Bell, Smith E., Palestine, Ark. Cultivator '. 

Bell, Thomas J., assignor of one-fourth interest to T. Mitchell, GrantviUe, Nev. Mechan- 
ism for converting motion 

Bell, William. (See Cameron, James W., assignor.) 

Bell, William. (See Sloane and Bell.) 

Bell, William. (See Sloane and Potter, assignors.) 

Bell, William C, Savannah, N. Y. Metal-roofing machine 

Bell, AVilliamH., Sr., Baltimore, Md. Trunk 

Bell, William H., Sr., Baltimore, Md. Eevolving fire-arm 

Bellanger, Majlorr, Evart, Mich. Cant-hook , 

Bellows, Stephen H., etal. (See Chaplin, OnilE., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Bellows, Stephen H., Athol, Mass. Monkey-wrench 

Belltyiio EngTaving Company. (See Bell, (jeorge C, assignor.) 

Bement, Ernest M., assignor to himself and M. S. Allen; said Allen assignor to A. M. Allen, 
New York, N. Y. Portable bathino; apparatus , 

Bemis, James, Des Moines, Iowa. Salve , 

Bender, Charles H., et al. (See Hickox, Francis Z., assignor.) 

Bender, George E., Everett, Pa. Crate 

Bender, George W., Canton, Ohio. Eoofing composition 

Bendix, George E., assignor of one-half interest to W. Lipe, New York, N. Y. Drawer-lock. 

Benedict, George G. (See Boone, Alonzo T., assignor.) 

Benedict, Eobert L., Bordley, Ky. Corn-dj-ill 

Benjamin, Alfred, New York, N. Y. Corset-spring 

Benjamin, De Laut. (See Stacy and Benjamin.) 

Benjamin, George P., New York, N. Y. Spoon 

Benjamin, Harris, et al. (See Benjamin, I.saac, assignor.) 

Benjamin, Isaac, assignor of three-fourths interest to M. and H. Benjamin, Chicago, HI. 
Needle 

Benjamin, Moses, et al. (See Benjamin, Isaac, assignor.) 

Bennet, William Ti. (See Woodard and Bennet.) 

Bennett, Allan T. (See Holmgreen, Julius H., assignor.) 

Bennett, Allen, et al. (See Dickey, William H., assignor.) 

Bennett, Daniel, Chillicothe, assignor of one-half interest to W. A. GiU, Columbus, Ohio. 
Can 

Bennett, Daniel E. (See Bennett, Hiram E. and D. E.) 

Bennett, Edward C, Philadelphia, Pa.,assignorof one-half interest to J. E.White, Boston, ) 
Mass. Portable folding derrick 5 

Bennett, Edward O., Santa Clara, Cal. Paper-bag machine , 

Bennett, Edwin H., Bayonne, N. J., assignor to G. H. Babcock and S. Wilcox, New York, 
N. Y. Tube-fastening ' 

Bennett, Elwood, Kokomo, Ind. Saw-mill dog 

Bennett, Eugene A., Phelps, N. Y. Eowing-gear for racing-boats 

Bennett, Frank W. (See Hemenway, Bennett, and Eirk.) 

Bennett, George S. (See Dickey, AVilliam H., assignor.) 

Bennett, Hiram E. and D. E., Sterling, Mich. Plow 

Bennett, John, assignor of one-half interest to W. H. Miller, Lucknow, Ontario, Canada. 
Device for adjusting saw-tables 

Bennett, John E. (See Hewitt and Bennett.) 

Bennett, John E., Nunda, N. Y. Oil-cau top 

Bennett, Leopold. (See Morledge and Bennett.) 

Bennett, Lewis J., Buifalo, N. Y. Eevolving screen 

Bennett, Lewis J., Buffalo, N. Y. Disintegrating-miU 

Bennett, Lewis J., Buffalo, N. Y. Obtaining the glutinous and starchy substances from 
Indian corn 

Bennett, Eoswcll N., Union Mills, Ind., assignor to A. C. Evans, Springfield, Ohio. Har- 
row. (Eeissue) 

Beimett, Thomas G. (See Wetmoro and Bennett.) 

Bennett, Thomas G., assignor to Winchester Eepeating Arms Company, New Haven, Conn. 
Lock for fire-arms 

Bennett, Thomas G., New Haven, Conn., assignor to Winchester Eepeating Arms Company. 
Manufacture of cartridge-shells 

Bennett, Thomas G., New'Haven, Conn., assignor to Wicchester Eepeating Arms Company. 
Machine for feeding cartridge-shells .- 



No. 



223,633 
231,983 
227,951 
235,198 

228,507 
230,168 

235,109 

235,496 
235,497 



235,610 
229,302 
229,660 
234,648 

233,136 
227,475 

226,383 
227,404 
235,331 

226,475 
224,130 



235,986 
229,026 



231,982 
228,858 
228,859 
232,627 

228,437 



231,984 
228,724 

225,551 
225,094 
234,454 

225,095 
223,214 

225,789 



234,371 



228,107 

227,875 
225,322 

235,406 
232,924 
230,690 

231,985 

225,323 

228,025 

225,206 
225,552 

230,991 
0,430 

223,797 
224,765 
232,169 



Date. 



Jan. 20 
Sept. 7 
May 25 
Dec. 7 

June 8 
July 20 

Dec. 7 

Dec. 14 
Deo. 14 



Dec. 21 
June 29 
July 
Nov. 23 

Oct. 12 
May 11 

Apr. 13 
May 11 
Dec. 14 



Apr. 
Feb. 



Dec. 28 
June 22 



Sept. 7 
June 15 
June 15 
Sept. 28 

June 8 



Sept. 7 
June 15 

Mar. 10 
Mar. 2 
Nov. 16 

Mar. 2 
Jan. 6 

M.ir. 23 
Nov. 9 



Monthly 
volume. 



03 



June 1 

May 25 
Mar. 9 

Dec. 14 
Oct. 5 
Aug. 3 

Sept. 7 

Mar. 9 

May 25 

Mar. 9 
Mar. 16 

Aug. 10 
Oct. 20 

Jan. 27 
Feb. 24 j 939 
Sept. 14 i 343 



528 

137 

1020 

163 

416 

775 

165 

540 
542 



095 
1379 

107 
1040 

424 
452 

268 
370 
347 

380 
133 



115G 
1070 



136 
870 
871 
906 

328 



138 
704 

078 
137 

781 

138 
6 

965 



656 



927 
415 

425 
156 
109 

133 

416 

1105 

264 
679 

463 
1279 



35 

292 
46 

114 
216 



155 
156 



379 
46 

280 

117 

130 



109 
95 

108 
52 



321 

292 



34 
237 
233 
249 

90 



35 



198 
210 



39 
2 



278 



179 



(265 

^266 

120 

119 
41 
32 



36 

120 

315 

76 
C198 
ll99 



358 



Official 
Gazette. 



i 


c5 


17 
18 
17 
18 


113 

546 
1175 
1309 


17 

18 


1302 
143 


13 


1309 


18 
18 


1380 
1380 


18 
17 
18 
18 


1411 

1467 

34 

1183 


18 
17 


814 
1063 


17 
17 

18 


805 
1049 
1347 


17 
17 


822 
234 


18 


1497 


17 


1415 



13 
17 
17 
18 

17 



18 



195 1 



268 
93 



17 

18 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 



17 



Aljjhahetical list of paieniees — Continuetl. 



Kame, residence, and invention. 



Bennett, Thomas G., assifrnor to "Winchester Repeating Arms Company, New Haven, Conn. 

Method and apparatus for annealing cartridge-shells 

Beunett, Thomas 0., and S. Treuhath, Clifton, Mich. MaU-hag 

Beuuct t! William B., Verona, Pa. Vehicle-spring 

Beunett, "William H. (See Hemcuway, Benuett, and Kiik.) 

Bennett,' 'William T., Petershurg, 111. Tool for cutting plate-iron 

Bennett, AVilliam AV. (See Chiunoclc and Bennett.) 

Beunett, Zelotes P., BrooldjTi, N. Y. luking-fountain for printing-machines 

Bcnnor, Joseph. (See TajTuan and Bennor.) 

Bcunor, Joseph, and P. Pond, Philadelphia, Pa., assignors, by mesne assignments, toEailway } 

Kegis'tcr Manufacturing Company, Buffalo, N. T. Ee^istering apparatus. Keissiie j 

Beniwr. Joseph, Philadelphia, Pa. ' Combined valve and seal-joint for wasb-stands, bath- 



No. 



tubs, &c. 



Bcunor, Joseph, Pliiladelphia. Pa. Seal-joint trap for wash-stands, &o 

Bensingcr, Moses. Cliicago, 111., and B. P. Goodrich, Akron, Ohio, assignors to J. M. Bnms- 

wick'and Balke Company, Chicago, lU. Cushion for billiard-tables 

Benson, Prank S. (See Pvegan, Thomas J. P., assignor.) 

Benson, Henry C, and J. floft'man, assignors to J. Keokendorfer, New York, N. Y. Lead 

and cravon holder 

Benson, Henry C, assignor to J. Reckendorfer, New York, N.Y. Lead and crayon holder.. 
Benson, Henry C, assignor to J. Peckendorfer, New York, N. Y. Machine for trimming 

the ends ot lead-pencils 

Benson, Henry C, assignor to J. Reckendorfer, New York, N. Y. Pencil-holder 

Benson', Joseph, Boston, Mass. Ash-slfter 

Bcntball. John C, Schulenberg, Tex. Cotton-picking shade 

Bentley. John D., assignor of one-half interest to 0. H. K. Eisley, "Willimautic, Conn. Rein- 



holder 



Bentlev, Matthew H. (See Whipple, George W., assignor.) 

Benton, JohnB., Now York, assignor to Railway Register Manufacturing Company, Buf- 
falo, N. Y. Fare-register 

Benton. .John B., New York, assignor to Railway Register Manufacturing Company, Buf- 
falo, N. "S". Pare-registor .". 

Benton. .John B., New York, assignor to Railway Register Manufacturing Company, Buf- 
falo, N. Y. Operating connection for fare-registers 

Benton, John B., New York, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Railway Register Manu- ? 
facturing Company, Buffalo, Nr Y. Passenger-register. (Reissue) 3 

Benton, John B., New York, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Railway Register Manu- 
facturing Company, Bufi'alo, N. Y. Passenger-register. (Reissue) 

Benton, John B., New York, assignor to Railway Register Manufacturing Company, Buf- 
falo, N. Y. Fare-register 

Benton. .John B., New York, assignor to Railway Register Manufacturing Company, Buf- 
falo, N. "V. Pare-re^ister 

Benton, John B., Roselle, N. J., assignor to Railway Register Manufacturing Company, 1 
Buffalo. N. Y. Fare-register - 3 

Benton, .John B., Roselle, N. J., assignor to Railway Register Manufacturing Company, Buf- 
falo, N. Y. Fare-register 

Benton. .Tohn B., New York, assignor to Railway Register Manufacturing Companj-, Buf- 
falo, N. Y. Fare-register , 

Benton. .John B., New York, assig-nor to Railway Register Manufacturing Company, Buf- ) 
falo, N. Y. Fare-register 3 

Benton. John B., New'York, assignor to Railway Register Manuff,ctnring Company, Buf- 
falo, N. Y. Fare-register 

Benton, Josiah G. (See Gaskill and Benton.) 

Benton. William, Sugar Grove, HI. Hog-cholera compound 

Benton, William H. (See Foster and Benton.) 

Benton, WiUiam H. (See Fester and Benton.) (Reissue.) 

Berdan. Marvin, Pl>-month, Mich. Windmill 

Berg, John. (See Heers, Henry C. W., assignor.) 

Berg. John, Grinnell, Iowa. Fire-ostingnisher for railway-cars 

Berg, .John, Grinnell, Iowa. Fire-extinguisher for cars 

Berg. .John, Grinnell, Iowa. Fire-extinguisher for railway-cars 

Bergan. John A., assignorof one-half interest to W.G.Famsworth.Millbury, Mass. Loom- 



slTuttle. 



Bergen. Garret. (See Wri"ht, Rufus, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Bergen, Garret. Brooklyn, N. Y. Back and brace for calendars, ifcc 

Berger, Jean M.. St. Etienne. France. Magazine fire-arm 

Berger, John J.. Brooklyn. N. Y. Perforating-stamp 

Berger, Lewis W., Canal Winchester, Ohio. Fence 

Berger, Mari, New York, N. Y. Liniment 

Berghaus. August, Briigge, Prussia, Germany. Handle attachment for agricultural and 

like implements 

Bergman, Frank A. (See Mason and Bergman.) 

IJergmanu. John, Pittsburg. Pa. Crucible-furnace 

Bergmann, Sigmund, New York, N. Y. Device for adjusting the armatures of electro-mag- 



nets . 



Bergmann, Sigmund, New York, N. Y. Electrical switchboard 

Bergmann, Sigmund. New York, N. Y. Telephone support and switch 

Bergquest, Fijank, Minneapolis, Minn. Rotary engine 

Bergqvist, Axel F., assignor to himself and D. Locke. Fairfield, Iowa. Sulky-plow 

Bergstresser. Samuel, Philadelphia, Pa. Can for paints, &c 

Beigstrom, Henry, assignor of one-half interest to L. F. Hubbard, Red Wing, Minn. Feed- 
water apparatus for steam-boilers ^ 

IJeike.v, Jnlm, and W. F. Keller, Easton, Pa. Combined burglar-alaini and door-bell 

Berkey, -Julins, Grand Rapids, Mich. Ornamentation of furniture-marble 

Bcrkholz, John, assignor of one-half interest to J. P. Hall, Philadelphia, Pa. Clutchiug and 
releasing device for shafts 

Berkmyer, George, Covington, Ky., and J. J. Brown, assignors to Mosler Safe and Lock 
Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Safe 

Berlew, Daniel, Springfield, Ohio. Feed-cup for grain-drills 

Berliner, Emilc, Boston, Mass. Microphone 

Microphone 

Electric telephone 

Microphone 



Berliner, Emilc, Boston, Mass. 
Berliner, Emile, Boston, Mass. 
Berliner, Emile, Boston, Mass. 

2 PAT 



232 882 
229^358 
226,593 

232, CCS 

225,904 

9,118 

220,476 
226,961 

22C.827 



223,466 
223,467 

229,661 
235,726 
228,803 
223,468 

225,739 



225,044 

227,206 

227,207 
9,312 

9,313 

229,662 

230,169 
231,207 

233,915 

234,742 
235,407 

235,498 
224,989 

225,554 

226,220 

229.854 
235,847 

232,874 

230,170 
233,466 
226,962 
232,440 
228,026 

235,403 

226,828 

2.33,967 
233,968 
235,938 
226,829 
234,743 
226,266 

226,021 
224,208 
225,505 

232,926 

224,990 
226,963 
224,573 
225,790 
233,969 
234,744 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Oct. 5 
Jiuie 29 
Apr. 20 


Sept. 28 


Mar. 30 


Mar. 16 


Apr. 13 
Apr. 27 


Apr. 27 


Jan. 13 
Jan. 13 


July 6 
Dec. 21 
June 15 
Jau. 13 


Mar. 23 


Mar. 2 


May 4 


May 4 


July 20 


July 20 


July 6 


July 20 


Aug. 17 


Nov. 2 


Nov. 23 


Dec. 14 


Dec. 14 


Mar. 2 


Mar. 16 


Apr. 6 
July 13 
Dec. 23 


Oct. 5 


July 20 
Oct. 19 
Apr. 27 
Sept. 21 
May 25 


Dec. 14 


Apr. 27 


Nov. 2 
Nov. 2 
Dec. 28 
Apr. 27 
Nov. 23 
Apr. 6 


Mar. 30 

•Feb. 10 

Mar. 16 


Oct. 5 


Mar. 2 
Apr. 27 
Feb. 17 
Mar. 23 
1 Nov. 2 
Nov. 23 



107 

1454 

541 

957 

1185 



381 

974 



812 



318 
319 

169 

823 
810 
320 

901 



138 

142 
1047 

1052 

172 

776 
721 

99 

11.50 
426 

545 
9 

682 

S3 
410 
988 

93 

777 
842 
975 
692 
1105 

430 

813 

171 
172 

1158 

815 
1153 

134 

1252 
342 
622 

158 

9 
977 
700 
966 
173 
1154 ! 



29 
400 
151 

262 

337 

(240 
^241 

108 
271 

227 



85 
85 

47 
230 
221 

86 

262 



22, 23 

40,41 

41 
(296 
i297 

298 

47,48 

217 
(202 
1203 

26,27 

310 

120 
121 

156 



200 



113 

274 

26 

217 
232 
271 
191 



121 



44 

44 

322 

227 

310 

38 

353 

99 
1S2 

42 



272 
200 
278 
44 
311 



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755 

1477 

859 

704 

701 

619 

822 
939 

914 



69 
69 

34 
1433 
1369 

70 

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469 

1000 

1001 
137 

188 
34 

144 

377 

1003 

1200 
1300 

1380 
453 

594 

761 

77 



18 1469 



754 

144 

892 

939 

653 

1188 

1301 

014 

1014 
1014 

1497 
914 

1200 
770 

711 

2^10 
584 



13 704 



458 
940 
348 
652 



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18 I 1201 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Berliner, Emile, Boston, Mass. Photophonic transmitter 

Berliner, Emilo, assignor to National Bell Telephone Company, Boston, Mass. Telephone. 
(Keissue) 

Berney, Alfred, Boston, Mass., assisnor, by mesne assignments, to Globe Company, Hart- 
ford^ Conn. Spark-arresler for locomotives. (Eeissne) 

Bernhardt, Friedrich, Fischendorf, Saxony. "Wringing-machiue 

Berrian, Anna L. (See Brook, William F., assignor.) 

Berrid.co, Thomas, Sturgis, Mich. Hand-stamp 

Berry, "Charles E., Cambridge, assignor to himself and J. W. llcgan, Boston, Mass. Har- 



Berry, Charles E., Cambridge, assignor to himself and J. "\V. Hegan, Boston, Mass Sus- 
pending swinging harness 

Berry, F. E. (See Pntman, John, assignor.) 

Berry, Frederic E. (See Manlove, George "W., Jr., assignor.) 

Berry, Frederic E., and J. Putman, EushviUo, HI. Check-rower 

Berry, Henry. (See Miller and Berry.) 

Berry, Henry, Birmingham, Conn. AVaiter 

Berry, Ivodoiph. (See Garrigus, Lewis, assignor.) 

Berry, Thomas, North Fork, Ky. Music-leaf turner 

Berry, William H., Baltimore, Md. Eeading-rest 

Berry, William T., MaysvUle, Ky. Letter-sheet and envelope. (Keissue.) 

Berryhill, Thomas P., and AV. D." Vaughn, Carrollton, Mo. Heating-stove 

Berryman, Craton, Sylvester, Wis. Corn-planter 

Berstler, George W. (See Hendiickson and Berstler.) 

Bertermann, Herman I., Baltimore, Md. Cutter-head 

Berthiaume, Louis, St. Paul, ilinn. Sulky plow 

Berthoud, Edouard B., Cortaillod, and A.F. Borel, Boudry, Neuchatel, Switzerland. Ma- 
chine for insulating telegraph-wires , 

Bertin, Jacques E., Paris, Fi-ance. Sewing-machine 

Berzine Philip, WUliamson, N. Y. Vegetable-slicer 

Besse, Allen, et al. (See Bayliff and Harrod, assignors.) (Reissue.) 

Bessemer Steel Company, (limited.) (See Eeese, Jacob, assignor.) 

Best, Jacob N., Denver, Colo. Car-coupling 

Best, John E., and W. E. Hi^gins, Arlington Heights, HI. Thill-coupling jack 

Bestwiok, John, Dedham, Mass. Hose-pipe 

Bet.jemann, John, 36 and 38 PentonvUle Eoad, England. Lock 

Bettice, Myers S., Attica, Hid. Sod-cutter 

Bettridee, Abraham, Eacine, Wis. Faucet-hole closer 

Betts, C harles L. . assignor of one-half interest to L. F. Betts, Chicago, 111. Air-tight can . . . 

Botts, (Charles L.i assignor of one-half interest to L. F. Betts, Chicago, 111. Creaming-can . . 

Betts, Jacob, New York, N. Y. Suspender-end 

Betts, Lewis F. (See Betts, Charles L., assizor.) 

Betts, Lewis F., assignor of one-half interest to J. S. Dennis and H. N. Wheeler, Chicago, 
111. Nozzle for cans and other vessels 

Bevil, Henry H., Indianapolis, Ind. Windmill 

Bevin Brothers Manufacturing Company. (See 15evin, Chauncey G., assignor.) 

Bevin, Chauncey G., assignor to Bevin ISrotliers Manufacturing "Company, Ea.st Hamilton, 
Conn. Strap for sleigh-bells 

Bevins, Seth H., E. P. Barker, and W. H. Phillips, New York, N. Y. Hydraulic elevator.. 

Bevins, Seth H., and W. H. Phillips, New York, N. Y. Elev.itor 

Beyer, August, New York, N. Y. Fireman's suit 

Bickerton, Thomas, Lawrence, Kans. Hand corn-planter 

Biokerton, Thomas, Lawrence, Kans. Fire-escape 

Bickham, Ycatman. (See ATright, Charles, assignor.) 

Bicknell, Emery 0., Boston, Mass. Envelope 

Bicknell, George J., Grand Eapids, Mich. Carpet-lining 

Bicknell, Philip B., Lincoln, England. Dark-lantern 

Bidwe'.l, Carl H., assignor to BuiU'alo Scale Company, Bnifalo, N. Y. Scale-beam 

Bid well, Martin A., assignor of one-half interest to E. W. Arnold and J. G. Foulks, Sacra- 
mento, Ky. Shingle-machine 

Biehn, George, and ll. Weidauer, llacine. Wis. Band-cutter 

Bierbauer, Jacob. (See Eeiraers and Bierbauer.) 

Biematzki, Johann A. S. (See Ade, Carl W., assignor.) 

Bigelow, C. C, et al. (See Salter, John H., assignor.) 

Bigelow, Charles D. (See Gardiner, James H., assignor.) 

Bigelow, Charles D., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor of one-half interest to H. M. Bigelow, 
Boston, Mass. Apparatus lor collecting and settling dust 

Bigelow, Edmund, deceased, L. P. Bigelow, adniinistratrlx and assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to J. Matthews, New York, N. Y. Liquid-cooler for cooling liquids under press- 
ure. (Keissue) 

Bigelow, Edmund, deceased, L. P. Bigelow, administratrix and assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to J. Matthews, Now York, N. Y. Liquid-cooler for cooling liquids under press- 
ure. (Reissue) 

Bigelow, Edmund, deceased, L. P. Bigelow, administratrix and assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to J. Matthews, New York, N. Y. Liquid-cooler for cooling liquids under press- 
ure. (Reissue) 

Bigelow, Everett W., Bo-ston, Mass. Corset 

Bigelow, George E., Geneva, Nebr. Water-elevator 

Bigelow, Henry M. (See Bigelow, Charles D., assignor.) 

Bigelow, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Sewing-machine. (Reissue) 

Cut hose. (Keissue) 

Hat-tip 

(See Bigelow, Edmund.) (Keissue.) 
Telegraph-in.sulator 



Bigelow, John, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bigelow, .John, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bigelow, Lucy P., administratrix. 

Bigeon, Charles, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Bigger, L. A., et al. (See Center, Joshua C, assignor.) 

Bigsby, Arthur L. and C. L., Trenton, Mo. Loom 

Bigsby, Charles L. (See Bigsby, Arthur L. and C. L.) 

Bihn. George F., and R. Heerlei'n, assignors to Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing Company, 

Philadelphia, Pa. Manufacture of aluminous cake 

Bihn, George F., assignor to Pennsylvania S.alt Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Manufacture of white aluminous cake 



No. 



235,120 

9,499 

9,-109 
226,647 

228,243 

234,519 

234,520 

226,700 
224,632 

224,801 

223,271 

9,171 

329,082 

229,516 

227,407 
225,207 

233,970 
225,553 
224,631 



233,971 
226,020 
231,470 
224,380 
225,324 
231,986 
232,925 
232,927 
226,267 



231,144 
226,265 



228,508 
223,272 
224,574 
232,233 
226,701 
232,234 

227,721 
228,168 
231,987 
229,663 

226,477 
234,044 



230,992 
9,272 
9,273 

9,274 

228,725 
224,862 

9,112 

9,113 
225,096 

234,523 

234,521 

233,916 

2;!4,704 



Date. 



Dec. 7 

Dec. 14 

Oct. 12 
Apr. 20 

Juno 1 

Nov. 16 

Nov. 16 

Apr. 20 
Feb. 17 

Feb. 24 

Jan. C 
Apr. 27 
Juno 22 
July 6 

May 11 
Mar. 9 

Nov. 2 
Mar. 16 
Feb. 17 



Nov. 2 
Mar. 30 
Aug. 24 
Feb. 10 
Mar. 9 
Sept. 7 
Oct. 5 
Oct. 5 
Apr. 



Aug. 17 
Apr. 



Juno 8 
Jan. 6 
Feb. 17 
Sept. 14 
Apr. 20 
Sept. 14 

May 18 
June 1 
Sept. 7 
July 



Apr. 

Nov. 



Aug. 10 

June 29 

Juno 29 

June 29 
Juno 15 
Feb. 24 

Mar. 9 

Mar. 9 
Mar. 2 

Nov. 10 

Nov. 16 

Nov. 2 
Nov. 23 



Monthly 
volume. 






67 

686 

650 
606 

99 

855 
856 

661 
769 

1051 

75 

1139 

1132 

5 

373 

206 

174 

081 



176 
1252 
1005 
471 
417 
139 
156 
158 
135 



63G 
133 



418 
76 
701 
424 
663 
426 

742 

9 

140 

175 

382 
1402 



20 
196 



179 
169 



30 



220 

184 

218 

f299 

^300 

19 

312 

308 



110 

76 

44 
199 
217 



45 

353 

283 

135 

121 

36 

42 

42 

38 



ISO 
37 



114 
19 
200 
118 
184 
118 

208 

3 

36 

48 

108 
377 



464 


132 


1C37 


451 


1638 


451 


1639 

705 
1052 


451 
194 
300 


557 

560 
139 


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1162 

162 

40 


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£57 


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1242 

1145 

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359 

421 

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142-t 

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515 

1015 
594 
359 



18 


1015 


17 


711 


18 


431 


17 


30O 


17 


539 


18 


540 


18 


764 


18 


764 


17 


770 


18 


364 


17 


769 


17 


1302 


17 


15 


17 


349 


18 


603 


17 


878 


18 


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563. 
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1146 

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1193. 



iraiTED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



19 



Xamc, residence, and invention. 



No. 



EiU, Edward L. (See Ewinc; and Bill.) 

Bill, Horatio X., "Willimantic, Conn. Fire-Mudlings and macMne for manufacturing the 



same. 



Billings, ClarkE., WaiTen, Tt. Latcli , 

Billings, George 'W., assignor of one-lialf interest to T. E. Loomis, Cleveland, Ohio. Pount 
for gasoline-stoves 

Billings, George W., Cleveland, Ohio. Vapor-bumer 

Billinis, Henry F., Chicaso, HI. Bos-fastener 

Billings, John'D., Kew York, N. Y. Horseshoe-bar 

Billings, TVilUam B., Pliiladelphia, Pa., assignor to Kerosene Lamp Heater Company, New 
YorK, N. Y. Coal-oil stove. (Reissue) 

Bingham, Charles D., and C. Higham, assignors to Eames Vacuum Brake Company, Water- 
toVn, N. Y. Piston or diaphragm shell for brakes 

Bingham, Jacob, Waterloo, Iowa. Grain-binder 

Bininser, Jacob, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for ripening coffee 

Binkard, Alfred, assignor to Mills & Co., Des Moines, Iowa. Device for straightening pa- 
per as delivered from printing-machines 

Binklcy, John, assignor to himself and B. F. McCready, Indianapolis, Ind. Coffee and tea 



pot 



Biiins, Charles H., et al. (See Steel, Eobert, assignor.) 

Binns, Robert, South Windham, Conn. Machine for trimming and slitting paper 

Birch, (Jeorge A., East Greenbusb, N. Y. Scraper 

Birch, John's., Orange, N. J. Key-ring 

Birch, John S., Orange, N. J. Holding'tool 

Birch, John S., Orange, N. J . Self-adjusting watch-key. (Reissue) 

Birckcnstadt. Henry, assignor to E. Friedmann, New York, N. Y. Fan 

Bird, Joshua W., et al. (See Barnes, Amos, assignor.) 

Birdsall, Edgar M., Penn Yan, N. Y. Piston for steam-engines 

Birdseye, Isaac W., Birmingham, Conn. Corset 

Birdscye, Isaac W., Birmingham, Conn. Corset 

BirdseVe. Isaac W., Birmingham, Conn. Corset 

Birgo, William H., Franklin, Pa. OU-tank 

Birkenhead, Jobn. (See Howland and Lawton, assignors.) 

Birkenhead, John, Mansfield, Mass. Mechanism for supporting tlie spindles of ring-spin- 
ning frames 

Birkenhead, John, Mansfield, Mass. Spindle-bearing for spinning-machines. (Reissue)... 

Bisbee, Endicott & Co. (See Renshaw, David, assignor.) 

Bisbce, Randall, New York, N. Y. Metallic-brush machine , 

Biscaccianti, Luiai, Rome, Italy. Friction-gear 

Bishop. Clement B., New York, N. Y., assignor to Hmself, J. S. Carrow,, Philadelphia, Pa., 
and W. D. CaiTOW, New York, N. Y. Bracelet 

Bishop, Clement B., New York, N. Y. Bracelet 

Bishop, Henry, Baltimore, Md. Bird-cage 

Bishop, Henry, Baltimore, Md. Percb for bird-cages 

Bishop, Kirk D. (See Class, Albert G., assignor.) 

Bishop, Kirk D. (See Class. William F., assimor.) 

Bishop, Kirk D., and A. G. Class, Cleveland, Ohio, assignors to said Bishop. Pressure-regu- 
lator for air-compressors 

Bishop, Robert H., Liverpool Road, Islington, county of Middlesex, Engl.and. Buckle 

Bishop, Thomas B., Boston, assignor of one-foui-th interest to 0. Sherman, Weymouth, Mass. 
Label-holder 

BisscU, Daniel M., and F. H. Littlefield, Boston, Mass. Safety attachment for elevators 

Bissell, David, assignor to himself and J. A. Foster, Detroit, Mich. Bevel-square 

Bissell Manufacturing Company. (See Robbing, Henry R., assignor.) 

Bissell, Melville R.. CJrand Rapids, Mich. Carpet-sweeper 

Bissell, Melville R., Grand Rapids, Mich. Carpet-sweeper , 

BisseU, Thelus M., South Bend, Ind. Mold for casting metals on a chill 

Bissell, Thomas A. (See McLaughlin, John C, assignor.) 

Bissell, William C. P., Chicago, 111. Smoke and gas consuming furnace 

Bissinger, Gustav, assignor to Maschinen Fabrik Augsburg, Augsburg, Bavaiia. Rotary 
printing-machine , 

Bittenbriug, Emil, Hartford, Conn. Leader-pipe 

Bitting. Joseph N., Camden, N. J. Bearing for shafts and axles , 

Bitz, Charles F., assignor to Winchester Repeating Arms Company, Now Haven, Conn. 
Machine for uncapping cartridge-shells 

Bixby, William, Syracuse, and A.'Brooks, Binghamton, N. Y. Stretcher for carpet-cleaners. 

Bl.ack iSr, Co., L. (See Landsberg, Albert, assignor.) 

Black, Edward G. (See Tompkins, Isaac and A. G., assignors.) (Reissue.) 

Black i: Germer. (See Moulton, Charles G., assignor.) 

Black Sc Germer. (See Moulton and Marquardt, assignors.) 

Black, James M., assignor to S. B. Shcrer, Chicago, HI. Vise 

Black, Jane B. D., Green Hill, Tex. Marking the keys of key-boards for musical instru- 
ments 



Black, John. (See Cobb, Oliver P., assignor.) 

Clack, Rasinns M., et al. (See Wilson, Gandy, and Shugert, assignors.) 

Black, Thomas B., Stoneham. Mass. Axle-turner and screw-cutter 

Black, William F., Cleveland, Ohio. Vehicle foot-rail 

Blackall, Robert C. (See McCJovern, Edward, assignor.) 
Blackall, Bobert C, et al. (See Putnam, George W., assignor.) 

Blacker, Mary AY., Brentwood, N. Y. Strap for baby-chairs 

Blackford. Nannie B. (See Brooks, Franklin W., assignor.) 

Blaekler, WardH.. New York. N. Y. Window-chair 

Blacklidgc, Alvin N.. Rnshvillc, Ind. Road-scraper 

Blacklidge. Robert, assignor to himself, A. J. Battles, and G. Wilcox, trustees, Enfield, 

Conn. Method and .ipparatus for destroying fire-damp in mines 

Blackman, Albert L.. Xashville. Tenn. Vessel and machinery for aerial navigation 

Blackman, Otis L., Evan.svillc, Wis. Rotary attachment for windmills, ifcc 

Blackmcr, N. B. (Sec Powers. .Jay W., assignor.) 

Blackwell, Ezra B.. Newton, Mass. Starching-machine 

Blades. Tristram W., Point Pleasant, W. Va. Indicator 

Blair, Frank L., Alleghenv, Pa. Machine for cutting cork 

Blair, Frank L., Allegheny, Pa. Machine for tapering corks 

Blair, Frank L.. Alleghenv. Pa. Cork-cutting machine 

Blair, G eorge, Prescott, Ontario, Canada. Stove-pipe collar 



Date. 



229,945 
231,260 

223,310 
229,799 
235,335 

228,974 

9,121 

235,330 
225,325 
232,589 

227,344 

220,899 

225,040 
231,645 
220,702 
228,860 
9,310 
229,301 

225,555 
226,268 
233,467 
235,727 
234,745 



234,522 
9,474 

227,952 
230,884 

227,470 
229,360 
228,438 
230,993 



229,083 
235,200 

225,045 
226,478 
228,027 

233,137 
233,590 
227,007 

234,385 

223,981 
227,208 
230,994 

233,317 

235,848 



227,210 
229,365 



230,395 
225,097 



229,940 

220,156 
226,270 

232,443 
224,510 
232,875 



231,.528 
220,269 
227,870 
228,109 
228,439 
235,729 



July 13 
Aug. 17 

Jan. 
July 13 
Dec. 14 
June 22 

Mar. 10 

Dec. 14 
Mar. 9 
Sept. 28 

May 11 

Apr. 27 

Mar. 2 
Aug. 31 
Apr. 20 
June 15 
July 20 
June 29 

Mar. 16 

Apr. 6 

Oct. 19 

Deo. 21 

Nov. 23 



Montbly 
volume. 



Oflacial 
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Nov. 


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May 


25 


Aug. 


10 


May 


11 


June 


21) 


June 


8 


Aug. 


10 


■June 


oo 


Dec. 


7 


Mar. 


2 


Apr. 


13 


May 


25 


Oct. 


12 


Oct. 


20 


May 


18 


Nov. 


16 


Feb. 


3 


May 


4 


Aug. 


lU 


Oct. 


19 


Dec. 


28 


May 


4 


June 


29 


July 


27 


Mar. 


o 


July 


13 


Apr. 





Apr. 





Sept. 


21 


Feb. 


17 


Oct. 


5 


Aug. 


24 


Apr. 





May 


25 


.Juno 


1 


June 


8 1 



509 
779 

124 

340 

348 

1014 

829 

349 
418 
660 

300 

902 



1218 

664 

873 

1046 

1457 

683 
130 
844 
824 
1155 



859 
1276 

1021 
340 

453 

1456 

329 

465 



1134 

174 

85 

384 

1106 

425 

1015 

602 

702 

9 
144 
466 

066 
989 



146 
1400 



1080 
140 



510 

9 
137 

097 

620 

99 

1071 

136 

929 

10 



Dec. 21 ! 825 



141 
218 

31 
96 
95 

276 

242 

95 
121 
239 

89 

251 

23 
342 

185 
238 
290 
401 

200 
38 
232 
231 
311 



229 
342 

292 
100 

130 

400 

90 

132 



309 

47 

23 
109 
315 

117 
282 
173 

189 

3,4 

42 

132 

183 

274 



42 
402 



304 
40 



141 



39 

192 

180 

27 

301 
38 

266 

4 

90 

231 



18 
18 

17 
18 
18 
17 

17 

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17 
18 

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17 
17 
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17 

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17 

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18 
18 

17 
18 

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17 
17 
18 



17 

18 

17 
17 
17 

18 
18 
17 

18 



17 

18 



18 
18 



17 
17 



18 
17 



18 

17 
17 

18 
17 

18 

18 
17 
17 
17 
17 



92 
386 

23 

67 
1347 
1407 

021 

1347 
539 
689 

1039 

928 

470 
470 
878 

1378 
187 

1477 

594 

770 

892 

1433 

1201 



1146 
1221 

1175 
311 

1003 

1477 

1289 

329 



1424 
1310 

470 

823 
1188 

814 

931 

1099 

1120 

204 

1001 

329 

863 
1470 



1001 
1478 



199 

460 



93 

748 
770 

053 
330 
754 

440 

770 
1161 
1228 
1289 



18 1 1434 



20 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 

Ali)liahctical Hat of patentees — Continued. 



Name, resiilence, and invention. 



Blair, George W. (See Calvert and Blair.) 

Blair, Josepii N., Slippery Kock, Pa. Car-coupling 

Blair, Llewellyn P., assignor of one-lialf interest to "W. B. Dovre, "Wilmington, Del. Gas- 
governor 

Blair, Milton S., Warsaw, Iowa. Harrow 

Blair, Thomas H., Franklin, Mass. Photograpliic apparatus 

BlaisrteU, Arlond H., assignor to J. H. "Wells, Vinclaud, N. J. Centrifugal machine 

Blaisilcll, Vasco M., and C. A. "Wright, Agawam, Mass. Automatic feed-box for animals. 

Blaisdell, "William S., Pvandolph, Vt. Bee-hive 

Blake, Clinton, et al. (See Gilchrist, "William L., assignor.) 

Blake, Edward S. and H. H., Pittshuvg, Pa. Ore-crushing machine 

Blake, Edward S. and H. H., Pittsburg, Pa. Ore-crusher 



Blake, Edward S. and H. H., Pittsburg, Pa. Ore-crusher frame- 



Blake, Francis, "Weston, Mass. Individual call-bell 

Blake, George W., ISTow York, N. T., assignor to J. T. Kelly andG. M. Jones, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Steam-radiator 

Blake, George "W., New York, N. Y., assignor to J. T. Kelly and G. M. Jones, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Stop-valve 

Blake, George W., New York, H". Y., assignor to J. T. Kelly and G. M. Jones, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Machine tor forming tubes -■ 

Blake, George W., Port Townsend, "Wash. Ter. Hovse-stopning attachment for wagons . . . 
Blake, Henry H. (See Blake, Edward S. and H. H.) 

Blake, John H., Batavia, N. Y. Kotary engine 

Blake, Lyman E., Abington, Mass., assignor, by mesne assignments, to G. McKay, trustee. 

Manufacture of boots and shoes. (Reissue) 

Blake, Theodore A., New Haven, Conn. Stone-crusher 

Blake, Thomas. (See Harrison, Chai'le3"W., assignor.) 

Blake, "William B. (See Davis, Zebulon, assignor.) 

Blakely, Charles F., assignor of one-half interest to A. N. Kellogg, Chicago, HI. Printer's 



form . 



Blakeslee, Albert J., Duquoin, 111. Valve-movement for steam-pumps 

Blakeslee, Cornelius, ct al. (See Hotchkiss, Charles A., assignor.) 

Blakeslee, Harvey D. (See Latta, Emmet G., assignor.) 

-Blakeslee, Harvey D. (See Schoenthaler, Daniel, assignor.) 

.Blakeslee, Owen 13., Eankin, HI., assignor tohimself and J. T. Mug, La Fayette, Ind. Lever 
for moving cars 

-Blaiichard, Charles H., assignor of one-thud interest to C. D. Moody, St. Louis, Mo. Stove . 

Blanchard, Luther S. (See Blanchard, Virgil "W. and L. S.) 

IBlanchard, Virgil "W. and L. S., AVeybridge, Vt. Coffee-pot 

Blanchet, Zulma, Epinao, France, assignor to Prescott, Scott <fc Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Hoisting system 

Blatherwick, Nelson J., assignor to S. J. Mcintosh and P. Munson, Chicago, 111. Bridle- 
bit attachment 

Blattner. Conrad, St. Louis, Mo. Roll for troops 

- Blauer, Fredrick, Chicago, 111. Stem-winding attachment for watches 

Blaydes, Edward. (See'Bramhall and Blaydcs.) 

Blaydes, John A., ct al. (See Bramhall and Blaydes, assignors.) 

iBli'.s.^iins. Charles A., Philadelphia, Pa. Adjustable bracket 

Blessiu,.;, .Tames H., assignor to Albany Steam Trap Company, Albany, N. Y. Steam-trap.. 

.Ble wett, George L., Richardson, Tes. Spark-extinguisher 

Bleyley, Albert T., Conception, Mo. Car-coupling 

JBlickeusrterfer, Uliic, Erie, Pa. Ditching-machine 

"."Bliesuer. "William, St. Louis, Mo. Burner for gas-stoves 

Blinu, Erastus E., assignor to C. E. Eastman, Minneapolis, Minn. Machine for making 
conveyer-flights 

Blinn, S. C, et al. (See "Ward, Alexander F., assignor.) 

Blinsingcr, George F., assignor of one-third interest to E. L. Jones, Baltimore, Md. Re- 
frigerating apparatus for hydrants and street-fountains 

Bliss, Eliphalet W., et al. (See Jordan, Edmund, assignor.) 

Bliss, Francis D. (See Kritch, Jacob, assignor.) 

Bliss. Francis D.. New Haven. Conn. Carriage-axle 

Bliss Francis D. New Haven, Conn., assignor of one-half to J. Kritch, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Machine for machining axles 

Bliss, George H., Pittsficld, Mass. Teleplionic signaling apparatus 

Bliss, George H.. Pittsficld, Mass. Signaling apparatus for telephone-lines 

Bliss, George "W.. assignor to "W. T. Bliss and E. C. Ford, Mansiield, Ohio. Scale-beam 

Bliss, Henry C., "West Springfield, Mass. Telephone caU-bell - 



Bliss, Henry C, "West Springfield, Mass. Electrical indicator for elevators 

Bliss, James F., et al. (See Proctor, David R., assignor.) 

Bliss, Jonathan, Jersey City, N. J., and F. 0. Badger, Brooklyn, assignors to "W. L. Palmer, 

New York, N. Y. Manuiacture of buttons and other articles 

Bliss, "William T., et al. (See Bliss, George W., assignor.) 

Bliven. Charles, Norfolk, Va. Saw-miU log-ean-iage" 

Blocli, Beiioit, Brooklyn, N. Y. Trunk.--' 

.Blocher. -John C. (See Arser and Blocker.) 

Block, Siegfried, Boston, Mass. Lathe-chuck for turning polygonal bodies 

Blocker, James M., Brookston, Tex. Seed-separating machine ' 

"Blodgett, Gardner S.. et al. (See Johnson, Elmore, assignor.) 

Blodgett, William W., and J. H. Smits, Brookfield Centre, AVis. Cultivator 

Bloemeke, Bernard. (See Laiter. Robert, assignor.) 

Blood, Benjamin, Amsterdam, N. Y. Reaper 

Blood, Benjamin, Amsterdam, N. Y. Swathing-reaper 

Blood, Charles S., ct al. (See Cornell, John W., assignor.) 

Blood, Edwin J., Chicago, HI. Tug-adjuster - 

Blood, Edwin .J., Chicago, 111. Tug-adjuster 

Blood, Henry F., ct al. (See Cornell, .John "W., assignor.) 

Bloom, Samuel, San Francisco, Cal. Tanning and preparing leather 

Bloomer, Charles G., Cranston, E. I. Shirt-stud '. 

Blowney. Henry J., deceased, assignor of one-half interest to W. G. George and G. Pfleger, 

(South Bend, Ind. ; L. Blowney, administratrix. Sign .- 

Blowney, Lavinia, administratrix:. (See Blowney, Henry J.) 

Blue, Dennis S., Fremont, Ohio. Thill-coupling; 

Blum, Christian G., and J. Schoettlc, Collinsville, 111. Die and foiiner 



No. 



235,723 

226,479 
224,813 
220,022 
220,271 
233,499 
229,302 

226,904 
230,524 
232,609 
232,442 

224,131 

224,381 

224,382 
232,441 

228,801 

9,043 
223,697 



230,607 
233,313 



229,363 
225,208 

228,802 

235,121 

224,633 
234,225 
230,995 



224,863 
234,336 
225,326 
231,938 
227,209 
225,740 

231,892 



Date. 



Dec. 21 

Apr. 13 
Feb. 24 
Slar. 30 
Apr. 6 
Dec. 14 
June 29 

Apr. 27 
July 27 
Sept. 23 
Sept. 21 

Feb. 3 

Feb. 10 

Fob. 10 
Sept. 21 

June 15 

Jan. 13 
Jan. 20 



Aug. 3 
Oct. 19 



June 29 
Mar. 9 

June 15 

Dec. 7 

Feb. 17 
Nov. 9 
Aug. 10 



Feb. 24 
Nov. 16 
Mar. 9 
Sept. 7 
May 4 
Mar. 23 

Sept. 7 



225,098 Mar. 2 



229,364 

235,929 
229,409 
225,327 
231,989 
220,430 

234,945 



223,556 

229,084 
223,933 

229,855 
234,940 

223,932 

23.3,463 
234,051 

231,040 
231,047 

230,225 
230,608 

223,698 

I 234,746 
225,047 



June 29 

Dec. 23 
Jan. 13 
Mar. 9 

Sept. 7 



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Official 
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p. 



Nov. 


30 


Mar. 


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Feb. 


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3 


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Nov. 


13 

30 


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3 


Oct. 
Nov.. 


19 
23 


Aug. 
Aug. 


31 

31 


July 
Aug. 


20 
3 


Jan. 


20 


Nov. 
Mar. 


23 
2 



825 

385 

1000 

1253 

133 

550 

1437 

978 

1227 

953 

694 

183 

472 

473 
693 

874 

515 

599 



10 
667 



1453 
268 

875 

03 

709 
493 
400 



1053 
703 
419 
141 
145 
901 

18 



140 



1459 

1089 
321 
420 
142 

386 

1404 



634 



1135 
13 



411 
1407 



12 



844 
1044 



1219 
1219 



341 
11 



599 



1150 

88 






231 

109 
233 
354 
39 
157 
401 

272 
346 
262 
192 

52 

135 

136 
191 

233 

139 
160 



3 

134 



401 

77 

239 

20,21 

213 
135 
133 



300 
189 
121 
37 
42 
262 



40 



401 

301 

86 

122 

37 

109 

C377 

13-S 



309 



114 
378 



232 

231 



342 
342 



3 

ICO 



311 
34 



18 I 1433 



17 

18 
17 
17 
18 
17 

!l8 



17 

17 
17 

18 
IS 

17 

18 

18 

18 
18 

18 
IS 



17 


1378 


18 


1292 


17 


,360 


18 


1077 


13 


329 


17 


422 


13 


1120 


17 


539 


18 


540 


17 


1001 


17 


642 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 



21 



Alphabeiical list of patentees — Continued. 



Xame, residence, and invention. 



Blum, Josepii. Chicago, 111. Brick-kiln 

JBlnmcnliers. Israel iT., 'Wasliinston, D. C. Compound for coverings and.ioiut-packings 

Blnmcnbers. Israel E. (See AVood, TViUiam P. and W. T., assignors.) (Keissue.) 

Bluntacb, Alexander, Kochester, X. Y. Corset-steel 

Blydi-nlnirgli, Charles M.. Eiverfiead, N. Y. Vehicle-spring ■ 

Board of Managers of St. Paul's Itoman Catholic Orphan Asylum ct al. (Seo Kittell, Ferdi- 
nand A., assignor.) 

Boardman, Irving E. L.. Sncdekerville, Pa. Tongs 

Boardmau. Thcron, Buffalo, X. Y. Harness 

Bochc, Louis, ct al. (Seo Konrad, TTilliam, assignor.) 

Bockcr, Edward, assignor to himself and J. A. Steurer, Xcw York, N. Y Automatic fire- 
cxticguisher 

Bocklef. Albert. Cincinnati. Ohio. Water-meter 

Boda. Aliia Z., Columbus, Ohio. Rail for vehicle-dashes 

Boda. Abia Z., Columbus, Ohio. Tehicle-dash 

V,o(\a. Abia Z., Columbus. Ohio. Tehicle-dash 

Eodtish. Sumner II.. 'Washington, D. C. Tip for electric switch.cords 

Bodge. John "W. (See Burrell. llincr, and Bodge.) 

Bndino, Horatio E., Springfield toivnship, (ZanesviUe P. 0.,) Muskingtim county, Ohio, 
ilanufacturc of pottery--n-aro ". 

Bodiu'tiia. Ch.irles H.. Delaw.are. Ohio. ilauuf;icture of artificial birds 

Bodwell, .loseph E.. ct al. (See Gerald, Amos P., assignor.) 

Boehmer, Charles D. and 0. J., 'Upright City, Mo. H.and corn-planter 

Boehmer! Otto J. (Seo Boehmcr, Charles t). and 0. J.) 

Boeklen, Ecinhold. (Seo Hcyvrood and Boeklen.) 

Boeklen, Eeinhold, assignor to Carburetted AirGas Company, Boston, Mass. Pluid-press- 
ure regulator 

Boeklen" Eeinhold, assignor to Carburetted Air Gas Company, Boston, Mass. Illumination ? 
of railway-cars 3 

Boerner, "Wunibald E., Chicago, 111. Motor ■ 

Boerstlcr, Harry, Hamburg, Ohio. Vegetable-cutter 



No. 



Boerstler. Harry, Hamburg, Ohio. Combined boring, savring, grinding, and rabbeting ) 
machine 5 

Eoettcher. F. TT. Gnstav, WatertoTvn, 'Wis. Combined lathe and planer 

Bogart, Abraham L. (Seo Packard, Henry F.. assignor.) 

Bo'gart, Albert H., assignor to Tifiany & Co., Kew York, X. Y. Plate-printing machine 

Bogert. Henry. Brooklyn. X. Y. Macliine for making carpet-linings 

Bogle, James S., Springfield, Ohio. Grain-drOl 

Bogne, OswcU A. (See Burns. Morgan, assignor.) 
Bohannon. (Jeorge W. (See WinemanandBohannon.) 

Bohel, Heinricb, Spandau, Prussia, Geimany. Fire-extinguisher 

Bohler, John .J., and E. S. Phinney, Westfield, Mass. Whip-snap 

Eohner, George, Chicago, III. Extension-chandelier 

Bohon, John T. (See lledrick. George T., assignor.) 

Boice, Joseph C. 'W.. Lincoln, Xcbr. Animal-trap 

Boilean, Etienne. (Seo Fillcy and Boilcau.) 

Bois, James M., Aurora, ^sT. Y. Hydraulic air-compressing apparatus 

Boland. William .J.. Ferrysburg, Mich. Steam-actuated valve 

Bold, Fred, assignor of two-thirds interest to G. BuHock and G. M. Whiteside, St. Louis, 

Mo. Lubricator 

Bold. Fred, assignor of two-thirds interest to G. Bullock and G. M. Whiteside, St. Louis, Mo. 

Piston-rod stuffing-box 

Boles. Warren H.. and G. B. Hall. Fort Plain, N. Y. Combined umbrella and cane 

Bolette, Jean S., Pepinster, Belgium. Fleece-dividing attachment for condensers for card- 

ing-machines 

Eolingcr. John B.. assignor to H. W. Eoss, Jackson. Midi. Device for operating churns. . . 

Bolles. William W., Toledo, Ohio. Atljustablo window-comico 

BoUi, Emanuel. (Seo Esperandieu, Emil F., assignor.) 

Bollinger, Ephraim, Xeosho Eapids, Kans. Hay'loadcr 

Bollinger, Samuel A., Patterson, Ohio. Harrow 

Bolte, Frank H., assignor of one-half interest to J. Bolte, Columbus, AVi.s. Wind-wheel 

Bolte. Joseph. (Sec Bolte, Frank H., assignor.) 

Bolton, Charles E., Cleveland. Ohio. Clamp for holding paper boxes while drying 

Bolton, David. (See Bolton. John, assignor.) 

Bolton, George "tt'., Fredericksburg, Iowa. Milk-can skimmer 

Bolton, John, PntuamvUle, assigncjr of one-half interest to D.Bolton, Coal City, Ind. Eem- 

edy for hog-cholera .' 

Bolton, JohnE., Patcrson, X. J. Machine for beating and washing silk, &c 

Bolton, Xewton H., et al. (See Eivct, Louis, assignor.) 

Bolton, Samuel S., Big Eapids. Mich. Attachment to spoon-handles 

Boman, Claes W., assignor to J. Eeckendorfer, Kew York, X. Y. Lead and crayon holder. . 

Bommer, Lorenz, Brooklyn, Jf. Y. Spring hinge ' 

Bonaventure, Francis, Kew York, ^N". Y. Clothes-line adjuster 

Bonbrak, Lew. S., assignor of one-half interest to L. Scott, Waynesbiirg, Ohio. Eaves- 

trongh 



231,893 
230,996 



232,870 
225,905 



Date. 



230, -100 
225,328 



Bond, George F., Troy, Jf. Y. Snow-scraper 

Bond, William E., Cleveland, Ohio. Eowlock 

Bond, William H.,Greensboroiigh, Ind. Gate-hinge 

Bonhack, Charles F., New York, X. Y. Friction-match 

Bonham. Andrew F., Seven Mile Ford, Va. Making honey-comb foundations 

Boning, Jacob, Philadelphia. Pa. Ear-piercer 

Bonnell, John C, Omaha, X ebr. Blank-book. (Eeissne) 

Bonsilate Company. (Sec Hyatt. Lockwood, and Stevens, assignors.) 
Biintgen, August, ct al. (See Janscn, Edmund, assignor.) 

Bonwill, William G. A., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to J. W. and .J. C. White and H. M. 
Lewis, trustees. Electro-magnetic dental plngger. (Eeissue) 

Bonzon, Albert, Santiago, Cuba. Second-hand attachment for clocks and watches 

Boot Sewing Machine Company. (Sec Smyth. James C, assij^or.) 

Booker, David, assignor to F. A. ilays, Edom, Tex. Device for elevating wagon-bodies 

Bookwalter, Felix. (See Courtright." Silas, assignor.) 
■Bookwalter, John W. (Sec Ti-mnp, Fuller, assignor.) 



230,732 
220,023 
226,025 
229,582 
229.583 
227 722 



232,331 
232,928 

223,834 



22-1,575 

224,570 

233,319 
225,081 

229,234 

229,800 

224,132 

226,272 
223,470 



223,984 
2G2,070 
228,244 

233,917 

227,877 
234,049 

230,091 

232,100 
234,105 

227,071 
223,700 
223,099 

224,034 
228,30:i 
229,580 

230,855 

224,804 

230,997 
223,430 

230,401 
235,122 
228,304 
220,334 

230,390 
235,201 
234,847 
235,500 
230,220 
234,220 
229,581 
9,249 



9,267 
224,035 

220,024 



Sept. 7 
Aug. 10 

Oct. 5 
Mar. 30 



JiUy 27 
Mai-. 9 



Aug. 3 
Mar. 30 
Mar. 30 
July 
July 
May 18 



Sept. 21 
Oct. 5 

Jan. 27 



Feb. 17 

Feb. 17 

Oct. 19 
Mar. 23 

Juno 29 

July 13 

Feb. -3 
Apr. 
Jan. 13 



Feb. 3 

Sept. 28 
June 1 

Nov. 2 



May 25 
Xov. 23 

Aug. 3 

Sept. 14 
Nov. 9 

May 18 
Jan. 20 
Jan. 20 

Feb. 17 
June 1 
July 

Aug. 10 

Feb. 24 

Aug. 10 
Jan. 13 

July 27 
Dec. 7 
Juno 1 
Apr. 13 

July 27 
Dec. 7 
Nov. 30 
Dec. 14 
July 20 
Nov. 9 
July 
June 15 



July 13 
Feb. 17 

Mar. 30 



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volume. 



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19 
467 



100 
1180 



1102 
421 



154 
1256 
1258 

87 

88 

743 



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100 



708 



702 

703 

008 
836 

1291 

347 

184 
139 
324 



14 
959 
100 

103 

930 
1042 

110 

279 
415 

070 
001 
600 

770 

172 

80 

314 

1055 

408 
275 

1103 

70 

172 

209 

1081 
175 

1291 
551 
841 
495 
87 
992 



080 
771 

1258 



27 
337 



328 
122 



40 
354 
354 

23 

24 
208 



42 
205 



200 
C200 
1201 
184 
243 
(354 
<355 
(356 
90,97 

53 
39 

80,87 



263 
30 

27 

'200 
207 
280 

32 

78 
113 

192 
161 
100 

218 
48 
23 

92 

301 



73 

328 
21 

48 
SO 

304 

48 

340 

157 



130 

23 

209 



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C218 
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354 



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18 
17 

18 
18 
17 
17 

18 
18 
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18 
18 
18 
18 
17 



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527 
329 



754 
701 



540 



272 

712 

712 

22 

22 
1119 



030 
704 



102 



349 

349 

804 
031 

1450 

08 

234 
771 

70 



205 

705 

1243 

1003 

1102 
1183 

204 

577 
1002 

1110 
124 
124 

300 

1254 

22 

300 

422 

329 
03 

212 
1293 
1254 

£05 

199 
]310 
1230 
1381 

154 
1077 
22 
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22 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alpliabeiical list of palentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Boomer, George B., Mexico, and E. E. Eoscliert, Syracuse, N. Y. Pressure-p]ate for apple- 
grinders 

Boomer, George E., Mexico, and E. E. Boscliert, Syracuse, N. Y. Press 

Boor.c, Alonzo T., assignor of one Lalf interest to G. G. Benedict, Chicago, 111. TJndcr- 
gioimd electric conductor 

Boone. Alonzo T., assignor of one-half interest to G. G. Benedict, Chicago, 111. Lock for 
bottles, &c 

Boone, Daniel, et al. (See "Wood, Edmund L., assignor.) 

Booiic, Isaac, Troy, Ohio. Ice-plow 

Boone, AVilliam C., Brooklyn, N. Y. Flier for spinning or twisting yams or strands of 
cordage . 



Booraeiii, John V. V., Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for cooling cuhe-sugar 

Booraem, John V. V., Brooklyn, N. Y. Sugar-washing process and apparatus 

Booth, Dulaney & Co. (Seo Savage, Frank A., assignor.) 

Booth, George, Philadelphia, Pa. "\Vater-cooler 

Booth, George, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Kettle-han die 

Booth, William, Newark, N. J., assignor to Celluloid Manufacturing Company, New York, 
N. Y. Manufacture of comhs from celluloid, &c .' 

Bootz Manufacturing Company. (See Miller, Charles H., assignor.) 

Borchert, Henry, Aurora, Minn. One-wheel plow 

Borchert, Henry, Aurora, Minn. One-wheel plow 

Borders, Augustin M. (See Smith, Hilliard B., assignor.) 

Bordwell, Joseph, assignor to D. S. Morgan, Brockport, N. Y. Harvester 

Borel, Arnold F. (Seo Berthond and Borel.) 

Boren, Nicholas, Jr., Hauhstadt, Ind. Churn-power 

Boric, Henry J., San Francisco, Cal., assignor of one-fifteenth to T. J. "W. Eohortson, "Wash- 
ington, D. C. erf orated soap 

Borland, Andrew J., Donnellson, Iowa. Potary churn. (Reissue) 

Borland, Joseph, Mars P. O., Pa. Shoe-calk sharpener 

Bornemann, Eudolph W., New York, N. Y. Cover for slop-.iars, &c 

Borsch, Henry, assignor of one-half to 0'. L. Borsch, Philadelphia, Pa. Eyeglass 

Borsch, John L. (Seo Borsch, Henry, assignor.) 

Borst, Valentin, New York, N. Y. Garbage-receptacle 

Borthwick, Johu A., Atlantic City, N. J. Ice-cream freezer 

Bortree, Lewis S., Toledo, Ohio, assignor of one-half to Bortree Manufacturing Company, 
Jackson, Mich. Corset 

Bortree Manufacturinjj Company. (See Bortree, Lewis S., assignor.) 

Bortree, Moses K., assignor of one-half interest to C. "W. Higbee, Jackson, Mich. Corset. . 

Bortree, Moses K., assignor of one-half interest to C. "W. Higbee, Jackson, Mich. Corset- 



sprinj 



Borzell, William F., Philadelphia, Pa. Pantaloons 

Bosch. Adam, Newark, N. J. Electro-magnetic annunciator 

Boschert., Eufus E. (Seo Boomer and Boschert.) 

Boss, Henry, assignor of one-half interest to W. H. Gergerie, Joplin, Mo. Curtain-fixture. 

Bossel, August P. J., Virginia City, Nev. Bcnch-pilane , 

Bossert, Philip, Lebeek, Mo. Saw-filing machine ' 

Boston, Robert N., Chestertown, Md. Combined coin-planter and fertilizer-distributer 

Bostwiek, Jabez A. (Seo Brock, William H., assignor.) 
Bostwick, Oliver F. (Seo Cooper and Bostwiek.) 

Bostwiek, Seymour A., assignor of one-half interest to H. Longee, Chelsea, Mass. Com- 
bined drUl and bit-stock 

Boswell, Nathaniel E. (See Hudson, M. Barney, assignor.) 

Bosworth, Charles F., Milford, Conn. Machine for sewing shoes 



Bosworth, George S., Troy, N. Y. Boiler-furnace 

Bosworth, Georgo S., Troy, N. Y. Boiler-furnace 

Botsford, Albert, Detroit, Mich. Paper cap 

Bott, Arthur. (See Van Benthuysen and Bott.) 

Bott, Joseph E., assignor of one-half interest to J. E. Flinn, Wilmington, Del. Automatic ) 
feed-water regulator 5 

Bottgcr, Augustus, New York, N. Y. Vent for barrels 

Bottomley, Thomas H., Capac, lilich. Door-hanger 

Botts, Eobort H., Coloma, Mo. Washing-machine 

Bottum, Elias H., et al. (See Everitt and Avery, assignors.) (Reissue.) 

Bouchard, John, Chicago, HI. Hog-scraping machine 

Boucher, TJlysso, Paris, France. Apparatus for decorticating and cleaning grain 

Boughton, Enos G., Pittsford, N. Y. Fruit-drying apparatus 

Boughton, Henry J., Albany, Oreg. Medicinal compound 

33oughton, William, Caledonia, Ohio. Pole for Vehicles 

Boul, Chrisostomus, Ogle Station, HI. Plow 

Bouldin, David W. (See Tichenor, Anson C, assignor.) 

Bourke, Martin, Youngstown, Ohio. Combined sa'sh-fastener and burglar-alarm 

Bourn, Augustus 0. (See Bourn, John F., assignor.) 

Bourn, John F., Providence, assignor of one-half Interest to A. 0. Bourn, Bristol, E. I. Device 
for controlling the fly-wheels of sewing-machines 

Bourne, Edward, Allegheny, Pa. Wasliing-macliine ^ 

Bourne, Edward, Allegheny, Pa. Meat-cutter 

Bourne, William O., New York, N. Y. Dry-ore separator 

Bourquin, Charles F., Cormondrfiche, Switzerland. Geographical clock-dial 

Bourquin, Eugene A., New York, N. Y. Roller for corn-husking machines 

Boushoy, Stephen. (See Jasper and Boushey.) 

Bovee, David W., and W. H. Palmer. Eiehland Centre, Wis. Cover for hay-stacks 

Bovce, David W., Richland Centre, Wis. Hay raker and loader 

Bovey, George C. Columbus, assignor to G. B.'Kerper, Cincinnati, Ohio. Street-car heater. . 

Bovcy, George C, Columbus, Ohio. Folding commode 

Bovey, GeorgeC, Chillicothe, Ohio. Combined milk-bucket and stool 

Bowden, Junius A., Cincinnati, Ohio. Ironing-machine 

Bowdoin, Frank A., Lewiston, Me. Nut warmer and preserver 

Bowen, George A., New York, assignor to himself and P. B. Hoyt, Brooklyn, N. Y. Acous- 
tic watch 

Bowen, Henry C, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for indicating the action of water-gas re- 
torts 

Bowen, Henry C, New York, N. Y. Determining the temperature and progress of distilla- 
tion in gas-retorts 



No. 



225, -150 
233,193 

225,208 

228,170 

2-25,791 

231,471 
227,477 
225,202 

229,064 
234,227 

223,311 

227,723 
233,722 

229,584 

229,947 

235,730 
9,338 
228,975 
227,091 
235,930 

2-24,030 
230,850 

235,989 

230,462 

231,472 
220,906 
225,099 

229,665 
231,990 
234,228 
232,444 



225,682 

226,481 

223,976 
233,194 
232,332 



233,199 

228,440 
223,985 
234,848 

235,731 
225,329 
231,991 
233,003 
226,830 
232,877 

229,850 



232,929 
235,849 
235,850 
235,851 
230,227 
228,305 

220,900 
231,391 
227,345 
234,230 
235,123 
233,004 
235,990 

234,455 

2-24,805 

224,860 



Date. 



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Mar. 9 

June 1 

Mar. 23 

Aug. 24 
May 11 
Dec. 7 

July 6 
Nov. 9 

Jan. 6 

May 18 
Oct. 20 

July 

July 13 

Dec. 21 
Aug. 10 
June 22 
May 4 
Dee. 23 

Feb. 17 
Aug. 10 

Dec. 28 

July 27 

Aug. 24 
Apr. 27 
Mar. 2 

July 
Sept. 7 
Nov. 9 
Sept. 21 



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Apr. 13 

June 22 
Oct. 12 
Sept. 21 

Oct. 12 

June 8 
Feb. 3 
Nov. 30 

Dec. 21 
Mar. 9 
Sept. 7 
Oct. 12 
Apr. 27 
Oct. 5 

July 13 

Oct. 5 
Dee. 28 
Deo. 28 
Deo. 28 
July 20 
June 1 

Apr. 27 
Aug. 24 
May 11 
Kov. 9 
Dec. 7 
Oct. 12 
Dee. 23 

Nov. 16 

Feb. 24 

Feb. 24 



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m 



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489 

330 

12 

907 

1006 
454 
176 

176 
496 

125 

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1157 

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1 

1091 

773 
315 

1160 

1103 

1007 
982 
141 

170 
143 
490 

698 



837 



105 
135 

97 

4 

279 

283 

130 

43 

49 
130 



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322 

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170 
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219 
92 

322 

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283 

273 

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49 

37 

130 

193 



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1293 


347 


827 


232 


422 


122 


144 


37 


332 




810 


227 


101 


27 


412 


114 


101 


43 


990 


274 


991 


275 


992 


275 


842 


233 


173 


48 


902 


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923 


200 


307 


89 


498 


137 


72 


21 


333 


92 


1161 


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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 



23 



Aljyliabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Bowcn. James H., Philadelpliia, Pa. Toy money-box 

Bowen, James H., Philadelphia, Pa. Toy money-hox 

Bowcn, Jesse. Lancaster, Ohio. Bed-bottom 

Eowen, John W., Jaclisonville, 111. Swing 

Bower. Anthony S. (See Bower, George and A. S.) 

Bower, George and A. S.. St. N"eot3, England. Coating iron with oxide 

Bower, Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. Process of and apparatus for treating residuum from 
petroleum - refineries 

Bower, John, Pittsburg, Pa. Paper bag 

Bowers, James, Newark, N. J. Corset 

Bowers. John M., assignor of one-half interest to D. S. Clark, Cambridgeport ; said Bowers 
and Clark assignors of one-fourth interest to G. H. Bumham, Boston, Mass. Packing for 
piston-rods 

Bowers, Marcus M., llichmond, Va., assignor, by mesne assignments, to himself, T. M. 
Hiltzhimer, Jr., and E. D. Utter, executor. EcTersiblo plow-point. (Reissue) 

Bowers, Marcus M., Kichmond, Va. Detachable plow-pomt 

Bowers, Sylvester J., Canandaigua, N. T. Horse-collar fastening 

Bowers, Sylvester J.. Canandaigua, N. T. Horse-collar fastening. (Reissue) 

Bowers, William and W. H. Harrison, Newark, N. J. ; said Harrison assignor to said Bow- 
ers. Motor for sewing-machines and other purposes 

Bowes, David. (See Poole and Bowes.) 

Bowker, Daniel F., Fitzwilliam, assignor of one-half interest to J. A. Wright, Keene, N. H. 
Coating the interior of vessels for holding oils 

Bowker, George C, Philadelphia, Pa. Joint for sheet-metal tubes 

Bowker, Hannah H., Boston, Mass. Unhitching device for stable-stalls 

Bowlby, Edward T., Dixon, HI. Piano-forte agraffe 

Bowlus, Millard M., Bowlnsville, Ohio. Trace"fa.stener 

Bowman, Harriet P., assignor to herself and F. Kern, Mattoon, 111. Child's stocking-sus- 



pender. 



Bowman, John E., Boonsborough. Md. ■Washing-machine 

Bowman, Lorenzo D., Bcebe Station, Ark. Combined cotton scraper and chopper 

Bowman, Oliver O., Trenton, N. -T., assignor to himself and J. Leuckel, New York, N. Y. 

Manufacture of scggars and other pottery -ware 

Bowman, William, ei al. (See Meams, Andrew, assignor.) 

Bown, William. (See Hughes, Joseph H., assignor.) 

Bowyer, Thomas O. (See^Draper and Bowyer.) 

Box,' Alfred. (SeePyott, Louis P., assignor.) 

Bos, Alfred, Philadelphia, Pa. Oscillating hand-chain guide 

Boyce, George, King's Norton, England. Paper-box machine 



Boyd, Alexander. (See Gemmell and Boyd.) 

Boyd, Henry E., McKee.sport, Pa. Protector for the threaded ends of pipes, tubing, &c . . . 

Boyd, John," Baltimore, Md., and E. 0. Crowley, New York, N. Y. Electrical water-indica- 
tor for steam-boUers .'. 

Boyd, John M., Oakfield. Wis. Horse hay-fork 

Boyd, Samuel A.. Avondale, Ohio. Grain measure and register 

Boyd, Thomas, Pittsburg, Pa. Elastic lining for walls 

Boyd, Trustin B., St. Louis, Mo. Collar-button 

Boyer, John K. (See Davis, Augustus B., assignor.) 

Boyer, John L., and J. Kinsey, assignors to Globe Kolliug Mill Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Wire fence and fence-post 

Boyers, Jacob, Brimfield, Ind. Spring bed-bottom 

Boyington, Levi C, Chicago, HI. Cabinet-bed 

Boyington, Levi C, Chicago, HI. Combined foot-rest and boot-jack 

Boylaii, William C. (See Currier, Osceola, assignor.) 

Boyle, David, Chicago, 111. Pipe-coupling 

Boyle, James E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Service-box 

Boynton, Chandler B., Hastings, Minn. Drill-tooth 

Boynton, Eben M., West Newbury, Mass. Construction of ships, &c 

Boynton, Eben M., West Newbury, Mass. Railway track and car 

Boynton, Eben M., West Newbury, Mass. Railway system 

Boynton, Edward S., Bridgeport, Conn. Book-sewing machine 

Boynton, Edward S., Bridgeport, Conn. Book-sewing machine 



Boynton, Fred. C, Red Wing, Minn. Automatic feeder for middlings-purifiers, &c 

Boynton, George E. (See Taylor, James, assignor.) 

Boynton, John F., Saco, Me. ' Extracting gold| &c., from ores 

Boys, Henry R. A. (Seo Seymour and Boys.) 

Bozorth, John. (See Perkins. Bozorth, and Marble.) 

Brace, James, Frosa. Tex. Chum-power 

Brace, Julias, New Orleans, La. Asphalt varnish 

Brace. AVilliam H., assignor of two-thirds inter(*5t to J. Colvin and D. P. CargiU, Castile, 
N. Y. ThiU-coupling 

Brace, WiUiam H., assignor to himself, J. Colvin, and D. P. CargiU, Castile, N. Y. Car- 
riage - spring 

Bracher, Thomas W. (See Pelisse. August, assignor.) 

Bracher, Thomas W., New York, N. Y. Sweat-lining guide for sewing-machinea 

Bracher, Thomas W., New York, N. Y. Sweat for hats, &c 

Bracher, Thomas W., New York, N. Y. Sweat-band for hats and caps. (Reissue) 

Brachmann, AVilliam P., Newark, N. .J. Bolt for double doors 

Brackebush, Alfred C. (Seo Brackebush, Charles J., assignor.) 

Brackebush, Charles J., New York, N. Y. Fumitnrc-caster 

Brackebush. Charles J., Canton, Ohio, assignor of one-half interest to A. C. Brackebush, 
Chicago, HI. Clamp for attaching handles to earthenware and glass vessels 

Brackett. Jefferson B., and J. R. Bailey, Woonsockct, R. I., assignors to said Brackett and 
A. L. Talbot, Lewiston, Me. Bench for wringing-machines 

Brackett, John H., Dover, N. H. Feeding device for carding-machines 

Brackett, Winslow M. Minneapolis, Minn. Dust and salvage cornice-curtain 

Braconnier, Alfred, Nancy, France. Preparation of magnesia and the manufacture of re- 
fractory brick therefrom 

Bradbnm, Peter W., Guthrie Centre, Iowa. Car-coupling 

Bradford, Addison, Saratoga Springs. N. Y. Indicator for electric burglar-alarms 



No. 



226,831 
232, ()28 
226,026 
226,482 

234,534 

230,171 
232,930 
227,211 



226,832 

9,230 
231,201 
232,590 

9,448 

226,907 



228,028 
231,262 
232,107 
225,100 
223,701 

232,071 
234,229 
226,703 

227,408 



225,330 
225,915 

223,171 

224,008 
235,065 
232,445 
230,228 
632,108 

2Mi,385 
229,085 
230,397 
231,529 

223,835 
234,114 
230,733 
230,998 

230,999 

232,109 
232,446 

232,447 
234,747 

226,965 

231,000 
228,029 

225,333 

225,334 

224,134 

229,949 

9,331 

232,072 

223^02 

231,203 

234,6.j3 
227,072 
225,101 



Date. 



232,110 
234,652 
232,591 



Apr. 27 
Sept. 23 
Mar. 30 
Apr. 13 

Nov. 16 

JuJy 20 
Oct. 5 
May 4 



Apr. 27 

June 8 
Aug. 17 
Sept. 28 
Nov. 9 

Apr. 27 



May 25 
Aug. 17 
Sept. 14 
Mar. 2 
Jan. 20 

Sept. 28 
Nov. 9 
Apr. 20 

May 11 



Mar. 9 
Mar. 30 

Juno 1 

Feb. 3 
Dec. 7 
Sept. 21 
July 20 
Sept. 14 



Apr. 13 
Juno 22 

July 27 
Aug. 24 

Jan. 27 
Nov. 9 
Aug. 3 
Aug. 10 

Aug. 10 

Sept. 14 
Sept. 21 

Sept. 21 
Nov. 23 

Apr. 27 



Aug. 10 
May 25 

Mar. 9 

Mar. 9 

Feb. 3 
July 13 
Aug. 3 
Sept. 28 

Jan. 20 

Aug. 17 

Nov. 23 
May 18 
Mar. 2 

Sept. 14 
Nov. 23 
Sept. 28 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



817 

907 

1260 

392 

802 



162 

147 



818 

679 
780 
803 
609 

982 



1107 
781 
279 
142 
002 

959 
497 
604 

374 



423 

1112 

13 

115 

6 

700 

843 

281 



270 
1136 

1082 
1072 

769 
358 
155 
468 

409 

281 
700 

701 
1150 

9S0 



471 

1108 

420 

426 

186 
513 
299 
960 

003 



1046 
677 
143 

283 

1045 

864 



228 
250 
355 
110 



217 
43 
43 



228 

187 
218 
239 
182 

273 



218 
78 
41 

161 

263 
136 

185 

110 



123 
C317 

)318 



33 

2 
193 
238 

78 



80 
310 

304 
301 

206 

99 

46 

133 

(133 

^134 

79 

193 

f 193 

J 194 
(311 
^312 



134 



124 

124 

53 
142 

85 
263 

161 

219 

281 

19.T 

41 



281 
239 



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17 

18 
17 
17 

18 

la 
18 
17 



17 
18 
18 

18 

17 



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18 
18 
17 
17 

IS 
18 
17 



17 
!l7 



17 

18 
18 
18 
18 



17 

17 

18 
18 

17 

18 
18 
18 

1 18 

18 
13 

il8 
1 18 



18 
17 

17 

17 

17 

18 
18 
18 

17 

18 

18 
17 

17 

18 
18 
18 



1 

P4 



915 

097 
712 

824 

1147 

144 

704 
1001 



915 

1342 

380 

689 

1106 

941 



1183 
387 
578 
481 
125 

705 
1078 

873 

1050 



540 
690 

1229 

222 

1282 

654 

154 

578 



805 

1425 

199 

440 

102 

1053 

272 

329 

330 

573 
054 

054 
1201 



940 

330 
118S 

541 

541 

234 
93 

297 
705 

125 

:iS7 

1184 

1110 

431 

573 

1184 

G?9 



24 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



(See Evarts, Jolin A., assignor.) 
(See Parker, Edmund A., assignor.) 
(See Patitz, Albert, assignor.) 
(See Seidcnsticker, F. Robert, assignor. 



Bradford, Charles K., Lynnfield, assignor to himself and J. Shaw, 2d, Lynn, Mass. Edge- 
setting machine for boots and sboes 

Bradford, Parmort, assignor to Sargent & Co., iSTow Haven, Conn. Elusli-bolt 

Bradish, Nelson P., Jerseyville, 111. Bedstead-fastening 

Bradley, Byron C, Chicago, 111. Sulky-plow 

Bradley, Byron C, Chicago, 111. Cultivator 

Bradley, Charles "\7. (See Mart and Bradley.) 

Bradley, Christox^ber C. (See Thompson, Pen-y, assimor.) 

Bradley, Earnshaw. Three Elvers, Quebec, Canada. Purifying extracts of bark 

Bradley, Franklin B. (See Delkescamp, Adolph, a.ssignor.) 

Bradley, Gilbert "W., Sunderland, Vt. Material to be used in the construction of boxes and 
other receptacles 

Bradley, Gilbert W. , Sunderland, Vt. Butter-package 

Bradley, Henry A., 'New York, N. T. Hydrocarbon-burner 

Bradley & Hui)bard Manufacturing Company ct al. (See Morgan and Evarts, assignors.) 

Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing Company. (See Bradley, Nathaniel L., assignor. 

Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing Company. '••"•-■• 

Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing Comp-iny. 

Bradley cfc Hubbard Manufacturing Company. 

Bradley &. Hiibbard Manufacturing Company. 

Bradley, Jerome, ct al. (Sec Hugeutobler, Emil M., assignor.) 

Bradley, John, Lowell, Mass. Circular-knittm^ machine 

Bradley, .Joseph S. (See Brigbam, Bradley, and Brigham.) 

Bradley, Milton, Springfield, Mass. Engraving priiiting-surfaces , 

Bradley, Nathaniel L.,' assignor to Bradley <& Hubbard Manufacturing Company, West 
Meriden, Conn. Shade-bolder 

Bradley, Nathaniel L., assignor to Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing Company, Meriden, 
Conn. Lamp- fixture 

Bradley, Osgood, Jr., "Worcester, Mass. Center-plate for railway-cars 

Bradley, William, Fort Wayne, Ind. Lock for car-doors '. 

Bradley, William E. (See Allen and Bradley.) 

Bradley. William W. (See Piatt and Bradley.) 

Bradt, Henry, Schenectady, N. T. Whisk 

Brady, Alfred, New York," N. Y. Socket for wooden poles or posts 

Brady, Dennis, New Orleans, La. Eain-water cut-off 

Brady, Edwin L., New York, N. Y. Yanor-motor 

Brady, Gilbert A., Chicago. 111. Tension device for sewing-machines 

Brady, James, assignor to C. K. Dodge, Brooklyn, N. Y. Machinery for stretching leather 
belting. (Eeissue) 

Brady, James, Brooklyn, N. Y. Vise and clamp 

Brady, .James, Brooklyn, N. Y. Construction of cams for machinery 

Brady, .James W., CatonsviUe, Md. Hermetic sealing of jars 

Bragg, Henry W. (See Gilman, Edward L., assignor.) 

Brahn, James, Jersey City, N. J. Railway-switch 

Brahn, .James, Jersey City, N. J. Railway- frog 

Brailey, OrviUe M., Amberst, Mass. Hollow auger 

Brainard, Wilbur F., Bristol, Conn. Lantern-holder 

Brainerd, Orrin N., St. Louis, Mo. Box-fastener , 

Brake, C. M., et al. (See Phillips, Joseph A., assignor.) 

Brake, Geor";e, Lansing, Mich. Baker's oven 

Bramer, Can. (See Riedel and Pfliiger, assignors.) 

Bramer, Frank. (See Crowley. George G., assignor.) 

Bramer, Frank, Little FaUa, N. Y. Wheel-harrow 

Bramer, Frank, and G. G. Crowley, Little Falls, N. Y. Harrow and cultivator 

Bramhall, Henry, and E. Blaydes; said BramhaU assignor of his entire interest, and said 
Blaydes assignor of one-third interest, to J. A. Blaydes and J. Wragg, Shefiield, England. 
Attaching handles to cutlery 

Branch, William A., and E. Golucke, Crawfordville, Ga. Grinding-mill 

Branch, WiUiam W., Jr., Madison, Ohio. Fire-kindler 

Brand, Henry C. (See Zeimet and Brand.) 

Brand, .Junius A., Norwich, Conn. Fuse for explosive projectiles 

Brandeis, Ludwig, Brooklyn, N. Y. Valve for faucets 

Brandenburg, Henry E. (See Ricbards and Brandenburg.) 

Brandon, Charles T., assignor to C. T. Brandon & Co., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. AVash-board.. 

Brandon & Co., C. T. (See Brandon, Charles T., assignor.) 

Brandon, .John C, Detroit, Mich. Machine for dressing moldings 

Brandt, George W., et al. (See Dewey, Jerome W., assignor.) 

Braunan, Patrick, Freeport, 111. Corn-plow 

Branning, Joseph, Blooming Prairie, Minn. Horse-jiower sweep 

Brannon, Patrick P., and T. B. Bunting, New York, N. Y. Breech-loading cannon 

Brass, Nathan L., Juniata, Ncbr. Sulky-harrow 

Brassington, John D., et al. (See Brassington, Walter J., assignor.) 

Brassington, Jobn D., New York, N. Y. Extension-table '. 

Brassin&:.on, Walter J., Watkins, N. Y., assignor of three-fourths interest to A. J. Micheuer, 
Philadelphia, Pa., W. L. and J. D. Brassington, Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for trimming 
side- wheel steamboats 

Brassington, William L., ct al. (See Br.assington, Walter J., assignor.) 

Brasure, John W., Albany, N. Y. Burial-casket 

Brauer, Louis, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor of one-half interest to C. Saake. Extension-chan- 
delier. (Reissire) 

Braun, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Device for facilitating the drilling of mower-cylinders 

Brauu, .John, Philadelphia, Pa. Device for facilitating the riveting of cutters to mower- 
cylinders 

Braunlich, August H., Ida, N. Y., assig-nor to H. C. Spaulding, Dundee, Mich. Eave-trough 

linno-f.r W . 



No. 



229, .''.IT 
224,038 
230,172 
220,027 
226,833 



230,398 



231,001 
233.195 
233,397 



hanger . 



Braunsdorf, Julius E., Pearl River, N. Y. Dynamo-electric macbine 

Braunsdorf, .Julius E., Pearl River, N. Y. Regulator for electric lamps 

Braunsdorf, Julius E., Pearl River, N. Y. Carbon pencil for electric ligbts . 
Bray, Mellen. (See Humphreys, Charles I., assignor.) 

Bray, Mellen and M. N., Newton, Mass. Tubular rivet . - - , 

Bray, Mellen, Newton, Mass. Tubular rivet 

Bray, Mellen, Newton, Mass. Lacing-hook 

Bray, Mellen, Newton, Mass. Lacing-hook for boots and shoes 

Bray, Mellen, Newton, Mass. Book for carrying fishing-flies 



227,213 

22.^,457 

228,594 

235,329 
225,332 
232.448 



223,703 
225,083 
233,972 
224,706 
220,028 



3,059 
228,245 
231,145 
232,170 



232,171 
232,172 
226,968 
235,617 

229,857 

233,409 



225,331 

227,724 

231,392 
227,212 
231,754 

223,312 
230,173 

229,027 

224,807 

224,039 
228,307 
224,037 
223,471 

223,273 



232,931 

232,802 

9,024 
225,900 

225,967 

225,084 
220,483 
227,478 
235,203 

227,092 
227,073 
228,509 
228,510 
228,511 



Date. 



July 
Feb. 17 
July 20 
Mar. 30 
Apr. 27 



July 27 



Aug. 10 
Oct. 12 
Oct. 19 



May 4 

M,ir. 10 

June 8 

Dec. 7 
Mar. 9 
Sept. 21 



Jan. 20 
Mar. 23 
Nov. 2 
Feb. 24 
Mar. 30 

Jan. 27 
June 1 

Aug. 17 
Sept. 14 

Sept. 14 
Sept. 14 
Apr. 27 
Dec. 21 
July 13 

Oct. 19 



Mar. 9 
May 18 



Aug. 24 
May 4 
Aug. 31 

Jan. 
July 20 

.June 22 

Feb. 24 

Feb. 17 
June 1 
Feb. 17 
Jan. 13 

Jan. G 



Oct. 5 

Oct. 5 

Jan. 
Mar. 30 

Mar. 30 

Mar. 23 
Apr. 13 
May 11 
Dec. 7 

May 4 
May 18 
June 8 
June 8 
Juno 8 



Monthly 
volmne. 



Official 
Gazette. 



to 



770 

781 

1200 

819 



1083 



472 
491 
762 



149 

508 
529 

312 

425 
705 



604 
837 
177 
940 
1261 

939 
101 
637 
350 

351 
353 
984 
696 
413 

845 



423 

744 



924 

148 

1344 

125 
781 

1071 

1058 

776 
174 
774 
327 



104 

6 

254 
1187 

1188 

838 
393 
455 

177 

2 
678 
418 
419 
420 



3 

219 
218 
355 

228 



305 



134 
135 

209 



43,44 

105 

141 

88 
124 
194 



161 
243 
45 
268- 
356 

251 
30 

181 
98 

98 

99 

273 

198 

114 

233 



123 
209 



260 

43 

378 

32 
218 

292 

301- 

220 

49 

219 

88 

20 



43 



67 
337 

338 

244 

111 

131 

48 

1 
193 
114 
114 
115 



18 
17 
18 
17 

17 



18 



18 
18 
18 



17 

17 

17 

18 
17 
18 



17 
17 
18 
17 
17 

17 
17 
18 
18 

18 
18 
17 
18 
18 

18 



17 

17 



18 
17 

18 

17 
18 



17 

17 
17 

17 

17 



18 



IS 



17 
17 



17 
17 
17 
18 

17 
17 
17 
17 

17 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Alpliabeikal list of patentees — Contimied. 



25 



IXame, residence, and invention. 



Brav, Mellen. Xe-n-ton. Mass. ilctallic can and tos 

Bray, ilellen :N". (See Bray, Mellen and M. K.) 

Bray, Moriis P., Birmingham, Conn. Corset 

Bray, Morris P., Xeiv Haven, Conn. Stay for corsets 

Bray. Morris P.. X'ew Haven, assignor of one-half interest to Bassett Cor.'iet Company, Bir- 

minsh.im, Conn. Corset - 

Bray, Morris P., assignor to M. Strouse & Co., Xew Haven, Conn. Machine for folding cor- 



set parts - 



Bray, Sanford, CharlestOTm. Mass. Stock-cir 

Bray, Sanford, Chai-lestOTvn, Mass. Plying target 

Bray. Thomas J., Pittsbnrg, Pa. Collapsible hall for -nclding pipe 

Bray, Thomas J., Pittsburg, Pa. Tube-^velding hall 

Bray, 'William, Pctitcodiac, Xew Brnnsvricl;, Canada. Carpet-fastener 

Brayton, Albert P. (See Jacobs, Hiram S.. assignor.) 

Brayton. George B.. Boston, Mass., assignor to Brayton Petroleum Engine Company, Hart- 
ford, Conn. Device for reversing motion 

Brayton. George B.. Boston, Mass.,"assi,gnor to Brayton Petroleum Engine Company, Hart- 
ford. Conn. Metallic piston-rod packing .' 

Brayton Petroleum Engine Company. (.See Brayton, George B., assignor.) 

Brazcal. Charles H., Tye Eiver Depot, Va. Horse-detaching apparatus 

Brazclle, Benjamin, assignor to Brazelle Engine Company, St. Louis, Mo. Governor for 
encrines. 



Brazelle Ensine Company. (See Brazelle, Benjamin, assignor.) 

Brazier, TTiUiam S., Xew York, X. T. Globe and angle valve 

Brearey, Frederick "W.. Maideustone Hill, Blackheath, county of Kent, England, assignor 

of one-third to J. F. Mackenzie, Edinburgh, Scotland. Aerial apparatus 

Breckenridge, Elias K., Meridcn, Conn. Carpet-STveeper 

Brcckenridge, Joseph TT., La Fayette, Ind. Type-vrriter 



Ap- 



Bredemann, William. Jefferson City, Mo. Sawing-machine 

Breed. Richard E. (See Ells, Jcsiiili "W., assignor.) 

Breed. Eichard E. (See Shinn, Thornton A., assignor.) 

Breeding, "William P., assignor of one-half interest to C. H. Home, Pliiladelphia, Pa. 
paratus for bundling hoop-iron 

Breedin s, William P., assignor of one-half interest to C. H. Home, Philadelphia, Pa. Holder 
for galvanizing bolts. - -T 

Breeding, "William P., assignor of one-half interest to C. H. Home, Philadelphia, Pa. Gal- 
vanizing metals 

Brecu. Tiromas, Eiowlton. Pa. Car-coupling 

Breinig. David E. (See Fairbanks and Breinig.) 

Bremerkamp, Cornelius, jSTo. 197 Xevr Cross Road, London, England. Roadway and tram- 
Tvav 



Bremner, David F. (See Smith, John F. S.. assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Bremner, David F., Chicago, HI. Molding bread 

Breneman. Josephus C. (See Peat, Thomas, assignor.) 

Brengle, George A.. Livonia, Ind. Churn-pofrer 

Breniian, "William, Xevr York, X. Y. "Wire lathing 

Brenton, Arch G. (See Haptonstall and Banks, assignors.) 

Brenton, William, Polbathic, St. Germans, England. " Sash-fastener 

Breon. Allen D. (.See Breon and Xixon.) 

Breon. George and A. D.. and F. M. Xison, Lena, HI. ; said A. D. Breon assignor to said 
George Breon and F. M. Xixou. Gate 

Bresn.ihan. Cornelius, Detroit, Mich. Locomotive ash-pan 

Bresslcr, George. Altoona. Pa. Car-br.ikc 

Brewer, Albeit L., Tecumseh, Mich. Auger or forcing - screw for brick and tUe ma- 
chines 



Brewer. Benjamin B. (See Waterhouse and Brewer.) 

Brewer, .John H. (See Duryee, George, assignor.) 

Brewer, Wesley S.. Richmond, Ind., assignor of one-half interest to L. M. Hosea, Cincin- 
nati. Ohio. Telegraphy '. 

Brewster. Elias M.. Xorwich. Conn. Ash-sifter 

Bricker. William H., Mount Ternon. Ohio. Fence 

Brickett. John, assisnor of two-tliirds interest to H. A. Griswold and G. W. Flott, Dan- 
forth. 111. Seed-planter 

Brickett. .John, Danforth, 111. End-gate for wagons 

Bridewell, Richard F., San Francisco, Cal. Ore stamp-mill 

Bridgeport Brass Comjiany. (Sec Eichberg, Otto F., assignor.) 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Kissam. Daniel W., assignor.) 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Wilmot, Samuel R.. assignor.) 

Bridgeport Wood Finishing Company. (See Fairbanks and Breim'.r. assignors.) 

Rridges, .John, assignor of two-thirds to T. A. McGrew. Leon, Iowa. "Water-indicator for 
boilers. 



Bridges. John R.. Philadelphia. Pa. Clamp for secui-ing plungers in glass-presses , 

Bridirewater Iron Company. (See Laughlin, Joseph ISiT, assignor.) 

Bridginan. Almon. and J. L. Perry, assignors of one-third interest to C. A. Mather, Berlin, 

Wis. Wood-polishing machine .' 

Brieglcl), John C. (See Class and Briegleb.) 

Brierley, Frederick W. and W. W., assignors of one-fourth interest to H. X. Jenkins, New 

Orleans, La. Safetv-locking railwayswitct 

Brierley. Walter W. " (Sec Brierley, Frederick W. and W. W.) 

Brierly. John, Brooklyn. X. Y. Yalve-gear for steam-engines 

Briggs. Arthur E., assignor to Post & Co., Cincinnati. Ohio. Magneto-electrical machine. . . 
Briggs. Arthur E., assignor to Post & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Telephone and microphone 

switch 

Briggs, Duncan D., Jr., Meridian, Miss. Seed-planter 

Briggs, Emory 0. (Sec Allen, Chester F.. assignor.) 

Briggs, Herman E. Centre Star, Ala. Tether 

Briggs, James A. (See Mnirhead, Briggs, and Winter.) 

Brigg.s, John C, assignor to ilason &. Hamlin Organ Company, Boston, Mass. Reed-organ. 

Briggs, John C, assignor to Mason & Hamlin Organ Company, Boston, Mass. Spring for 

organ- valves 

Briggs, Myrick, Sonth Abington, Mass. Apparatus for coating small articles with metal .. 
Briggs. Myron C, and W. A. Jones. Baird.stown, Ohio. E.irrel-dumpcr 



No. 



Date. 



228,512 



June 8 



220,801 Julv 13 

231.894 Sept. 7 
I 

231.895 Sept. 7 



231,890 
223,S7(j 
229,080 
223,986 
235,501 



Sept. 7 
Jan. 27 
■Juno 22 
Feb. 3 
Dec. 14 



228,300 ! June 1 



235,732 
235,733 

229,087 
229,948 
224,133 



234,947 

224,009 

233,196 
220,909 



Dec. 21 

Dec. 21 

June 22 

July 13 

Feb. 3 

Xov. 30 

Feb. 3 

Oct. 12 

Apr. 27 



227,953 May 25 



June 29 



229,366 



230,463 July 27 
228,863 ; June 15 



223,431 I Jan. 13 

234,106 i Xov. 9 

220,704 Apr. 20 

228,030 May 25 

224,324 Feb. 10 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



233,724 
231,208 
234,525 

233. "20 



Oct. 20 
Aug. 17 
Xov. 16 

Oct. 19 



233,138 Oct. 12 
229,371 June 29 
230,734 i Aug. 3 



229,028 
229,029 
232,878 



235,409 
227,608 



226,273 

231,648 

235,410 
226,386 

235,000 
231,264 

230,229 

229,309 \ 
I 
229,370 
230,857 
225,792 



June 22 
June 22 
Oct. 5 



Dec. 14 

May 18 

Apr. 

Aug. 31 

Dec. 14 
Apr. 13 

Dec. 7 
Aug. 17 

July 20 

June 29 

June 29 
Aug. 10 
Mar. 23 



422 

348 

21 

21 

22 

824 

1137 

10 
552 
174 



823 

830 

1137 

512 

185 

1408 
116 

493 

985 

1024 

1461 

1104 
870 

270 

416 

666 
1108 

407 



1159 

724 
603 

009 



420 

1466 

156 

1072 

1073 

102 



430 

004 



140 



1220 



432 

271 



783 

844 

1403 

1465 
316 
909 



115 



219 

310 

6 

157 

48 



232 
232 
310 
141 
53 

378 

34 

(135 

J 136 

274 

202 

402 

328 
239 

73 

113 

185 
315 

110 



322 
203 
230 

184 



117 

404 

40 

292 
293 

27 



121 
174 



40 

342 

121 
80 

2 

219 

238 

403 

403 

93 

279 



17 

18 
18 

18 

18 
17 
17 
17 
18 
17 



18 

18 

17 

IS 

17 

18 
17 

1 18 

17 

17 

17 

18 
17 

17 

18 

17 
17 

17 



18 
18 

18 

18 



18 
17 
18 

17 

17 
18 



18 
17 



18 

18 
17 

18 
18 

18 

17 

17 
18 
17 



1303 

08 
523 

528 

523 

170 

1425 

205 

1381 

1255 



1434 

1434 

1425 

93 

234 

1249 
222 

826 

941 

1176 

1478 

212 
1378 

03 

1003 

879 
1188 

290. 



955 

377 

1147 

804 



815 

1478 

272 

1415 

1415 

755 



1301 
1099 



771 

471 

1301 
806 

1282 
3d7 

154 

1478 

1478 
206 

C.v2 



26 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Aljyliahetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Kame, residence, and invention. 



Brigg?, Orlando P., et al. (See Locke, Charles S., assignor.) 

Brings, Eicliard H., and J. H. Dougherty, Whistler, Ala. Machine for making eyeholts 

Brigg.s, Eichard H., and J. H. Dougherty, "Whistler, Ala. Mechanism for making ladder- ? 
irons and liand-holds for freight-cars j 

35risgs, Kichard H., and J. H. Dougherty, Whistler, Ala. Car-door fastener 

Briggs, Ivohert, Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for beveling the edges of metal plates 

Briggs, Thomas, Lynn, Mass. Cam-slide 

Briggs, William, West Gardner, Mass. Chair-seat 

Briggs, William, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Apparatus for feeding nail-machines 

Brigham, Dan. (See Shaw and Brigham.) 

Brighani, Francis, J. S. Bradley, w! F. and W. B. Brigham, Hudson, Mass. Boot and shoo 
upper 

Biigham, Francis and W. F., S. M. Hewitt, Hudson, and W. F. Prusha, Marlborough, Mass. 
Water-proof fabric 

Brigham, H. S. C. (See Brigham, ATilliam V., assignor.) 

Brigham, Waldo B. (See Brigham, Bradley, and Brigham.) 

Brigham, Wilbur F. (See Brigham, Bradley, and Brigham.) 

Brigham, Wilbur F. (See Brigham, Hewitt, and Prusha.) 

Brigham, William V., assignor of one-half to H. S. C Brigham, Newton, Mass. Manufac- 
ture and ornamentation of sheets of gelatine 

Bright, Thomas, Marengo, 111. Windmill 

Bright, William S., and S. Thomas, Letart, W. Va. Grain-separator 

Brightman, John C, Fall Kiver, Mass. Box-loop for harness 

Brightman, Joseph W., et al. (See Patterson, WilUam, assignor.) 

Brightman, Joseph W., et al. (See Patterson, William H., assignor.) 

BriU, Andrew, Cincinnati, Ohio. Stationary-shuttle sewing-machine 

Brimblecom, John W. (See Crooker, William W., assignor.) 

Brlnckerhoff, Cornelius K., Bochester, N. Y. Boring and mortising machine 

Brinckmann, (iilles F. E., Oakland, Cal. Combined ore crusher and pulverizer 

Brink, John K., Graham, Mo. Wind-engine 

Brink, Peter H., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to P. C. Schuyler, New York, N. Y. Preserva- 
tion of salted codfish '. 

Brinkerhoii', Alexander W., TJJpcr Sandusky, Ohio. Eectal speculum 

Brinkerhoif, Jacob and W. M., Auburn, N. Y. Stretcher for straining metaUio fencing 

BrinkerhofF, Warren M. (See Brinkerhoii" Jacob and W. M.) 

Brinley, John L., Louisville, Ky. Plow 

Brinto'n, Caleb, Chicago, HI. Furniture-caster 

ISriuton, Claleb, Chicago, 111. Furniture-caster 

Brinton, Henry F., Korth Huntington township, (Larimer's Station P. 0.,) Westmoreland 
county. Pa. Machine for cooking and drying food and grain 

Brisac, Salomon, assignor of two-thirds interest to L. F. DuparcLuet and P. Huot, New York, 
N. Y. AVheel-guard for railway-cars 

Brisac, Salomon,'Ncw York, N. "if. Wheel-guard 

Bristol, Charles B., New Haven, Conn. Snap-hook 

Britain, Thomas J., assignor of one-half interest to A. H. Morgan, Nacogdoches, Tex. Chura- 
power 

Brittain, Charles S., and H. King; said King assignor to M. Gandy, Liverpool, England. 
Envelope for the manufacture of oil-cake 

Britton, Henry AV., Stoughton, Mass. Bicycle 

Brizee, John, Alameda, Cal. Egg-carrier 

Broad, Willard, assignor of one-half interest to C. M. Adams, Ashland, Mass. Nut-lock. . . 

Broadbent, Charles F., assignor to Lubricating Material and OU Company, Baltimore, Md. 
Lubricating composition. - ' 

Broadbent, Sidney, Scranton, Pa. Axle-lubricator 

Broadbent, Sidney, Scranton, Pa. Tooth for coal-breakers. (Eeissue) 

Broadberry, Henry K., et al. (See Curry, William M., assignor.) 

Brock, Matthias. * (See Copeland and Brook.) 

Brock, Matthias. (See Copeland, Woodward, and Brock.) 

Brock, Matthias. (See Woodward and Brock.) 

Brock, Matthias, and E. Woodward. Boston, assignors to G. W. Copeland, Maiden, and ) 
P. W. French, East Weymouth, Mass. Machine for attaching ontsoles 5 

Brock, Matthias, and E. Woodward, Boston, assignors to G. W. Copeland, Maiden, and 
P. W. French, East Weymouth, Mass. Device for preparing uppers for tho lasting 
process 

Brock, William E., assignor of one-half interest to A. L. Berrian, New York, N. Y. Can- 
opener 

Brock, AVilliam E., New York, N. Y., assignor to Compound Lumber Company. Compound 
lumber 

Brock, William E., New York, N. Y., assignor to T. H. Stout, New Brunswick, N. J. Can- 
opener 

Brock, William H., Corona, N. Y. Box-nailirig machine 

Brock, William H., Corona, assignor to J. A. Bostwick, New York, N. Y. Shcet-metal-can 
machine 

Brock, William H., Corona, assignor to J. A. Bostwick, New York, N. Y. Sheet-metal-cau 
machinery 

Brockett, Clinton T., assignor of one-half interest to G. It. Vickers, Jr., Baltimore, Md. 
Thill-eoupllng 

Brockio, .James. Brixton, England. Electric lamp 

Brockman, William E., assignor to H. K. Sullivan, Anderson Court-House, S. C. Churn- 
dasher - .■ 

Brockway, Jesse, Oswego, 111. Evaporator 

Brodo, Louis A., Glasgow, assignor to G. Douglas & Co., No. 60 Barron Street, Port Dundas, 
North Britain. Manufacture of slabs or blocks from wood or paper pulp, or from sheets 
made from such pulp, &c 

Brognard, Henry A. (See Southan, Thomas, assignor.) 

Brokenshire, John, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Construction of composite roofs 

Brombacher, Charles, Tarrytown, N. Y. Machine for cutting and scoring card-board 

Brommer, Charles G., Detroit, Mich. Manufacture of candy 

Bronk, Ch.arles. (See Niblett and Bronk.) 

Bronson, George H., New York, N. Y. Car-mover 

Brook, Edward, Bradford, Great Britain, assignor to H. A. Gadsden, London, England. 
Furnace 

Brooke, Horace L., Baltimore, Md. Hot-blast oven 

BrookCcld, James M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Forming insulators. (Reissue) 



No. 



223,472 

223,877 

234,526 
231,146 
233,398 
231,002 
235,007 

224,209 
226,031 



233,973 
226,030 
231,992 
231,393 



232,932 

230,735 
233,139 
232,073 

229,368 
224,991 
224,902 

229,307 
225,335 

228,977 

230,525 

223,473 
220,970 
220,029 

•224,767 

224,135 
233,723 
233,321 
224,325 

23,3,197 

229,859 

9,456 



231,107 

234,231 

228,595 

230,174 

234,527 
230,230 

230,405 

232,111 

220.032 
233; 339 

223,879 
231,750 

233,322 

235,737 
223,475 
229,067 

228,726 

230,104 

231,265 

9,392 



Date. 



Jan. 13 

Jan. 27 

Nov. 16 
Aug. 17 
Oct. 19 
Aug. 10 
Dec. 21 

Feb. 10 
Mar. 30 



Nov. 2 
Mar. 30 
Sept. 7 
Aug. 24 



Oct. 5 

Aug. 3 
Oct. 12 
Sept. 28 

June 29 
Mar. 2 
Mar. 2 

June 29 
Mar. 9 
Juno 22 

July 27 

Jan. 13 
Apr. 27 
Mar. 30 

Feb. 24 

Feb. 3 

Oct. 26 

Oct. 19 

Feb. 10 

Oct. 12 
July 13 
Nov. 9 



Nov. 9 

Nov. 9 

Juno 8 

July 20 

Nov. 16 
July 20 

July 27 

Sept. 14 

Mar. 30 
Oct. 19 

Jan. 27 
Ang. 31 

Oct. 19 

Dec. 21 
Jan. 13 
July 

June 15 

July 20 
Ang. 17 
Sept. 23 



Monthly 
.volume. 



a 

M 



323 

825 

864 
638 
702 
473 
750 



343 
1264 



178 

1263 

145 

925 



1C5 

1.56 
428 
961 

1402 
10 
11 

1401 

427 
1017 

1228 

329 

980 

1202 

941 

187 

1158 

670 

408 

494 
415 
083 



417 

499 
530 



865 
844 



1105 
283 



1205 
703 



827 
1345 



671 

834 
331 
178 

700 

705 

784 

1115 



^219 
'220 
230 
181 
209 
135 
213 



99 



350 

38 
201 



43 

46,47 
118 
263 

403 
3 
4 

402 
124 

277 

340 

88 
274 
350 

269 

53, 54 
322 
184 
110 



115 
165 



113 
114 



137 
141 

21S 

230 
239 

329 

79 

350 
210 

220 
373 



233 

69 



194 

197 
219 
305 



Official 
Gazette. 



17 

1 17 

18 
18 
18 
18 
18 



18 
17 

18 
13 



IS 

18 
18 
18 

17 
17 
17 

17 
17 
17 

18 

17 
17 
17 



17 

18 
18 
17 

18 
18 
18 



;18 

18 

17 

18 

18 
18 

18 

13 

17 
18 

17 

18 

13 

13 
17 
18 



18 
13 
18 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 



27 



Alplidbeiical list of imientees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Brooks, Abrabam, Acuslinet, assignor to himself, "W. C. and f.. H. Stoddard, Fairliaven, \ 

Mass. Sevrins and ombroidering macliine 3 

Brooks, Asa. (See Bixby and Brooks.) 

Brooks, Cliapin C, Lancaster, N. H. Ileversible plow 

Brooks & Co., E. J". (See Antbes, Frederic, assignor.) 
Brooks & Co.. E. J. (See Brooks, Edward J., assignor.) 

Brooks, David, PbUadelpbia, Pa. Pipe-inclosed underground cable 

Brooks, David, Jr. , Philadelphia, Pa. ITnderground telegraph 

Brooks, David, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Underground telegraph 

Brooks, David, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Method of introducing telegraph-wires into pipes. . . 

Brooks, Edgar B., La Porte, Ind. Water-wheel 

Brooks, Edward G-. (See Penney, Isaac L., assignor.) 

Brooks, Edward J., Orange, N. J., assignor to E. J. Brooks & Co. Sash lock and lift 

Brooks, Edward J., Orange, N. J., assignor to E. J. Brooks & Co., New York, N. Y. Lan- \ 

tern - i 

Brooks, Edward J., East Orange, N. J., assignor to E. J. Brooks & Co., Now York, N. Y. 

Seal and tag 

Brooks, Emery J., Pliiladelphia, Pa. Combustion of fuel 

Brooks, ITranklin W., New York, N. Y., assignor of one-fourth interest to N. B. Blackford, 

Georgetown, D. C. Kevenue-stamp 

Brooks, Franklin W., New York, N. Y., assignor of one-fourth interest to N. B. Blackford, 

Georgetown, D. C. Eevenue-stamp 

Brooks, Frederick A., and H. Willard, Dayton, Ohio. Machinery for maldng lock-casings- - 
Brooks, George, assignor of two-thirds interest to F. C. Nail, Detroit, Mich. Fanning-mUl. . 

Brooks, George D., Baltimore, Md. Sheet-metal-seaming macliine 

Brooks, James W., et al., trustees. (See Goddu, Louis, assignor.) (Reissue.) 
Brooks, James W., trustee. (See Harrison, Eeuben M., assignor.) 

Brooks, Jesse C, Darlington, Ind. Grain-meter 

Brooks, John C., Mason Citv. Dl. Car-coupling 

Brooks, Samuel, Paterson, 1^. J. Eeel for silk 

Brooks, "William D., assignor to himself and J. S. Hull ; said Hull assignor to J. Q. Band, \ 

Baltimore, Md. Can-soldering machine 5 

Brooks, William D., assignor to^himself and D. D. Mallory, Baltimore, Md. Can-soldering ( 



machine . 



Brooks, William D., assignor to himself and D. D. Mallory, Baltimore, Md. Can-soldering ? 
machine 3 

Brooks, William D., assignor to himself and D. D. Mallory, Baltimore, Md. Can-making ? 
machine 3 

Brooks, WiUiam H., AVest Point, N. Y. Steam-radiator 

Broome, Lewis H. (See Davies and Chidester, assignors.) 

Brosemann, Ernst, New York, N. Y. Manufacture of trimmings 

Brosemann, Ernst, New York, N. Y. Machine for creasing fluted fabrics 

Brosins, Jacob, Belleville, HI. Insulating steam-conducting pipes 

Brosius, Jacob, Belleville, HI. Steam-conducting pipe 

Brosius, Jacob. Belleville, 111. Eadiator 

Brott, (j-eorge F., Washington, D. C. Steam-boiler 

Broughton, John, Brooklyn, N. Y. Hermetically-sealed metallic can 

Broughton, .Tolvn, Brooklyn, N. Y. Clamp for hose-connections 

Broughton, John, assignor to D. H. Fitzgerald, Brooklyn, N. Y. Shutter-bower 

Broughton, John, assignor to D. H. Fitzgerald, Brooklyn, N. Y. Lock-hinge 

Broun, Campbell C, et al. (See Onderdonk, Lansing, assignor.) 

Brower, Emmett H., Carson City, Mich. Eevolving car- signal 

Brewer, Lycurgns, assignor to E. & H. T. Anthony & Co., New York, N. Y. Picture- 
frame. 



Brower, Walter S., Albany, N. Y. Sharpening and preserving the bevels of fwigravers' 

tools 

Brower, Walter S., and J. Schlesinger, Albany, N. Y. Bush for bow-holes for watch-pend- 
ants 



Brower, William W., New York, N. Y. Stirrnp 

Brown, Adna, Springfield, Vt. Cloth-roUing machine 

Brown, Albert E, Guilford, N. Y. Milk-cooler 

Brown, Alexander E., et al. (See Day, Erastus, assignor.) 

Brown, Alexander E.. Cleveland, Ohio. Truck apparatus for lifting and conveying weights. 
(Reissue) 



Brown, Alexander E., Cleveland, Ohio. Hoisting and conveying machine 

Brown, Alexander T.. assignor to P. Burns, Syracuse, N. Y. Lock for fire-arms 

Brown & Brothers. (See AVTiite, Lo Eoy S., assignor.) 
Brown, Carrie D. (See Brown, Fred H., assignor.) 
Brown, Charles. (See Kamp and Brown.) 
Brown, Charles H. (See Hill, Andrew L., assignor.) 
Brown, Charles L. (See Werner, John A., assignor.) 

Brown, Charles M., (Chicago, HI. Stone-crusher 

Brown, Charles M., Chicago, 111. Power-hammer 

Brown, Clark J., assignor of one-half interest to J. G. Jack, Randolph, N. Y. Portfolio. - - 

Brown, Coolidge B., Placerville. Cal. Meal bin and sifter combined 

Brown, Daniel, Jr., Johnston, R. I. Tool for capping, uncapping, and loading cartridge- 
shells - 



No. 



Brown, Darius C, Lowell, Mass. Harness for looms. (Ecissue) 

Brown. Edmund D., and A. J. Hoag, Battle Creek, Mich., assignors to Nichols, Shepard <fc 

Co. Traction-engine T .' 

Brown, Edward, Philadelphia, Pa. Pyrometer 

Brown, Edward, Philadelphia, Pa. P.vrometer 

Brown, Elias, Wappingcr s Falls, N. Y. High-back comb 

Brown, Elijah P., Cincinnati, Ohio. Stereotype 

Brown, Elijah P., Cincinnati, Ohio. Block for interchangeable stereotypes 

Brown, Ephraim, Lowell, Mass. Vise and shears combined 

Brown, F. Barton. Boston, Mass. Hinge for awning-blinds 

Brown. Fred H., Dallas, assignor of one-half interest to C. D. Brown, Fort Worth, Tex. 

Cluld'.s crib 

Brown, George, et al. (See .Stamour. .John B., assignor.) 

Brown, George H., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Support for pictures 

Brown, George W. (See Fessenden, Albert H., assignor.) (Reissue.) 
Crown, George W. (Sec Hickok, Cooper, and Brown.) 



235,009 
224,130 



234,748 
235,502 
235,734 
235,735 
224,270 

225,558 

225,794 

235,608 
225,793 

223,432 

223,433 
231,209 
229,668 
225,085 



234,951 
229,950 
232,330 

228,804 

234,948 

234,949 

234,950 
235,503 

226,484 
228,309 
223,314 
226,834 
232,235 
235,124 
228,031 
235,931 
233,974 
233,975 

223,313 

231,473 

223,315 



234,054 
223,577 
225,557 
229,373 



9,332 
232,236 
234,749 



225,104 
230,612 
231,394 
224,326 

232,173 
9,220 

225.560 
234; 108 
234,109 
232,449 
229,861 
229,802 
230,400 
235,927 

223,590 

228,308 



Date. 



Dec. 14 
Feb. 3 



Nov. 23 
Dec. 14 
Dec. 21 
Dec. 21 

Feb. 10 

Mar. 16 
Mar. 23 

Dec. 21 
Mar. 23 

Jan. 13 

Jan. 13 
Aug. 17 
July 
Mar. 23 



Nov. 30 
July 13 
Sept. 21 

June 15 

Nov. 30 

Nov. 30 

Nov. 30 
Dec. 14 

Apr. 13 
June 1 
Jan. 6 
Apr. 27 
Sept. 14 
Dec. 7 
May 25 
Dec. 28 
Nov. 2 
Nov. 2 

Jan. 6 

Aug. 24 

Jan. 6 

Nov. 23 
Jan. 13 
Mar. 16 
Juno 29 



Aug. 3 
Sept. 14 
Nov. 23 



Mar. 2 
Aug. 3 
Aug. 24 
Feb. 10 

Sept. 14 
May 25 

Mar. 10 

Nov. 9 

Nov. 9 

Sept. 21 

July 13 

July 13 

July 27 

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427 

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1092 

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1468 

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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of jjatentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Brown, George 'W., and S. G. Holyoke, Galesl)iirg, 111. ; said Holyoke assignor to said Brown. 

Machine for tempering cultivator teeth or shovels 

Brown, Hilry, assignor of one-half interest to J. C. Sims, Bowling Green, Ky. Chnrn- 



power . 



Brown, Horace F. (See Armstrong, Atliins, and Brown.) 

Brown, Huntington, assignor to Aultman & Taylor Company, Mansfield, Ohio. 



Smoke- 



stack 



Hat 



Brown, .James, Pawtucket, K. I. Under-clearer spring for cotton-spinning machines 
Brown, .Tamos B., Danhury, Conn., assignor to himself and AT. H. Howe, Lynn, Mass. 

pouncing and shaving machine , 

Brown, James E., "WiUiamshurg, assignor to G. Pancoast, New York, N. T. Drop-light 



' gasalier. 



Brown, James E., Williamsburg, assignor to G. Pancoast, New York, N. Y. Drop-light 



gasalier. 



Car- 



Brown, James O., Bangor, Mo. Cutter and cuttei -finger 

Brown, James V., and B. R. Neal, De Soto, HI. Stock-car 

Brown, J. B., et al. (See Center, Joshua C, assignor.) 

Brown, Jefl'erson, Jr., New York, N. Y. Bung 

Brown, .Jefl'erson, Jr., New York, N. Y., assignor to J. A. Chesley, "Wakefield, N. H. 

tridge-loading implement 

Brown, .Jeremiah, ct al. (See Kauip and Brown, assignors.) 

Brown, John, Ishpeming, Mich. Eock-drill 

Brown, John, and P. Miller, Springfield, Mass. Fire-place grate 

Brown, John D.. assignor of two-thirds interest to M. L. Harney and P. J. Vanderbilt, New 

York, N. Y. Spark-arrester 

Brown, John D., assignor of one-h;df interest to M. L. Harney, New York, N. Y. Exhaust 

mechanism 

Brown, John F., Brooklyn, assignor to Oxley & Giddings, New York, N. Y. Suspension- 
slide for chandeliers 

Brown, .John H., New York, N, Y., assignor to F. A. Kursheedt. Machine for creasing 

fluted fabrics. (Reissue) 

Brown, .John H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Button-hole sewing-machine , 

Brown, John H., Brooklyn, and L. Mayer, New York; said Brown assignor to W. Kay ton, 

New York, N. Y. Hemstitch sewing-machine 

Brown, John H., Creston, 111. Sulky-plow 

Brown, John H., New York, N. Y. Machine for disintegrating and decorticating fibrous 

plants 

Brown, John H., assignor to P. A. Kursheedt, New York, N. Y. Machine for gathering 

and pressing fluted fabrics 

Brown, John J. (See Berkmyer and Brown.) 

Brown, John AV. (See "Wickey and Brown.) 

Brown, Joseph H., et al. (See Todd, James, assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Brown, Joseph H., and E. B. Eosa, "Wellsville, N. Y. Milk-can 

Brown, Joseph M., York, Nehr. Implement for moving cars 

Brown, Leroy, Waitsburg, "Wash. Ter. Sulky-plow 

Brown, Lucian, et al. (See Stamour, John B., assignor.) 

Brown, Malachi, East Saginaw, Mich. Curtain-fixture 

Brown, Maurice T., Tyler, Tex. Coffee-roaster 

Brown, Morgan AV., Brooklyn, assignor to P. Emack, Hempstead, N. Y. Slate-frame 

Brown, Nathan L., Brownsdale, Pa. Drag -saw 

Brown, Owen P., and AV. S. Deidrich, Smithville, Ga. Marking attachment for plows 

Brown, Eobert G., New York, N. Y., as.signor to S. S. AVhite, Philadelphia, Pa. Electric 

speaking-telephone 

Brown, Eollin (x., De AYitt, Iowa. Grain-tally 

Brown, EusscU E. (See Kenworthy, AVilliam, assignor.) 

Brown, Samuel, AVorcester, Mass. Plowman's boot 

Brown, Samuel AV., Alliance, Ohio. Sawing-machine 

Brown, Sanderson, Hope Talley, E. I. Steam-boiler 

Brown, Silas M., Marengo, Ohio. Piston-packing 

Brown, Simeon B. (See Hurd and Brown.) 

Brown, Sylvester C, Mount Pleasant, Mich. AA''agon-box 

Brown, Thomas H., Chicago, HI. Trotting-sulky 

Brown, Thomas H., Milwaukee, AVis. Carriage 

Brown, Thomas S., assignor of one-half to J. P. Adriance, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Horse- 
rake. (Eeissue) 

Brown, Thomas AT., Belmont, Mass. Egg-beater 

Brown, Thomas AT., Belmont, Mass. Egjj-heater 

Brown, Thomas AT., Summerset, Iowa. Animal-poke 

Brown, ATilliam, Green Point, N. Y. Barrel-lifter 

Brown, ATilliam, Fort Cameron, Utah. Eail way-tie 

Brown, ATilliam H. H. (See Eing, Jacob, assignor.) 

Brown, ATilliam P., Zanesville, Ohio. Plow 

Brown, ATilliam T. (See Kirk. Lewis, assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Browne, Arthur AT., Pleasant Plains, N. T. Strength-tester .• 

Browne, B. Bernard, et al. (See Fisher, James S., assignor.) 
Browne, Bridget, administratrix. (See Browne, James AT.) 

Browne, George, Philadelphia, Pa. Can-nozzle 

Browne, James AT., Brooklyn. N. T., (B. Browne, administratrix.) ATeather-strip 

Browne, John X., assignor of one-half interest to C. H. Quail, Brooklyn, N. Y. Inking- 

fountain for printing-machines 

Browne, Joseph S., D. AT. Ballentine, and G. M. Turner, Portsmouth, Ta. Station and 

cargo indicator 

Browne, Josiah H., Salem, Mass. Key-hole guard 

Browne, Oliver L. F., Syracuse, N. Y. Apparatus for the evaporation of lioLuids 

Browne, ATilliam T., Stockton, Cal. Car-truck 

Browne, ATilliam T., Stockton, Cal. Eail way-car truck 

Brownell, Daniel N., Kalamazoo, Mich. Stock-car 

Brownell, George AT., St. Louis, Mo. Car-axle box 

Browning, Eoss C, Orange, N. J. Wringer 

Browning, ATilliam E., assignor of one-half interest to S. Floyd, Sweet ATater, Tenn. Mill- ) 

stone-dressing machine 5 

Brownlee, Thomas. (See Swickard, John W., assignor.) 

Brubaker, Daniel, Fulton, N. Y. Cockle-separator 

Bruce, Edward C, Winchester, Ta. Catapult 



No. 



Date. 



232,112 

232,451 

226,439 
227,009 

225,270 

232,592 

232,593 
230,858 
234,953 

225,102 

232,879 

223,474 
231,206 

227,410 

233,835 

229,860 

0,071 
225,559 

227,375 
230,859 

233,976 

235,067 



232,329 
225,336 

226,705 

223,878 
234,952 
227,074 
231,474 
230,231 

224,138 
227,409 

225,103 
233,597 
228,978 
235,736 

233,655 
223,215 
230,399 

9,505 
229,372 
232,328 
230,860 
224,137 
231,755 

232,450 

233,918 



224,577 
232,387 

229,303 

230,692 
227,725 
235,618 
225,741 
235,852 
235,337 
225,269 
229,666 

229,858 



228,310 
223,274 



Sept. 14 
Sept. 21 

Apr. 13 
May 18 

Mar. 9 

Sept. 28 

Sept. 28 
Aug. 10 
Nov. 30 

Mar. 2 

Oct. 5 

Jan. 13 

Aug. 17 

May 11 

Nov. 2 

July 13 

Feb. 10 
Mar. 16 

May 11 
Aug. 10 

Nov. 2 

Dec. 7 



Sept. 21 
Mar. 9 
Apr. 20 

Jan. 27 
Nov. 30 
May 18 
Aug. 24 
July 20 

Feb. 3 
May 11 

Mar. 2 
Oct. 26 
June 22 
Dec. 21 

Oct. 26 
Jan. C 
July 27 

Dec. 21 
June 29 
Sept. 21 
Aug. 10 
Feb. 3 
Aug. 31 

Sept. 21 

Nov. 2 



Feb. 17 
Sept. 21 

June 29 

Aug. 3 

May 18 

Deo. 21 

Mar. 23 

Dec. 28 

Dec. 14 

Mar. 9 

July 6 

July 13 

Juno 1 
Jan. G 



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volume. 



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285 
708 

341 
605 

332 

865 

867 

317 

1418 

144 

103 

330 
720 

376 

10 

416 

610 

687 

343 
318 

180 



552 
428 
667 

826 
1417 

678 
1008 

846 

190 
375 

145 
1016 
1019 

833 

1083 

7 

1085 

970 

1467 

552 

319 

189 
1345 

707 

104 



705 
026 

1381 

111 
746 
098 
902 
993 
350 
331 
177 

414 



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195 

98 
174 

97 

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240 
93 

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28 

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202 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880, 
AJpliabcikal list of imtentees — Continued. 



29 



Kame, residence, and invention. 



Biucc, Elgin K., Keokuk County, loira, and J. M. Brnce, Pittsburg, Pa., assignors to E.M. 
Lanir, Portland, Me. Apparatus for sealing fruit-can.s. (Reissue) 

Brucer Jolm B., Sunny Dale, Kans., assignor of one-half interest to 'W. M. Summers, Cleo- 
patra. Mo. Plow 

Bruce, John M. (See Bruce, Elgin K. and J. M.) (Reissue.) 



Bruce, Mary E., iSTew York, ?r. Y. Pattern-chart for cutting dresses 

■ Bruce, Norman H., "West Troy, assignor of one-half interest to C. F. Iforth, Cohoes, N. Y. 
Flexible centcr-lrattou 

Braeck, Gustav, New York, K". Y. Fan 

Bruening, "William, ISTcw York, N. Y. Lamp-wick attachment 

Briigscri; Hans, New York, N. Y. Refrigerator 

Bruiidage, James E., assignor to himsclf'and H. Valentino, Brooklyn, N. Y. Bottle-stop- 
per fastener 

Brundred, Benjamin F. (See Edelen. William R., assignor.) 

Brundrcd, William J., Oil City, Pa. Ticket-punch 

Bmnk, Anthony, ct al. (See Stcrens, Franklin B., assignor.) 

Brunncmer, John, ct al. (See Miiller, John A., assignor.) 

Bnmncr, Charles, Peru, 111. Combined vise and drill 

Brunner, Christian, Newton, Iowa. Corn-planter 

Bruns, Friedi-ich A., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for purifying air 

Brunswick and Balko Company, J. M. (See Bcusinger and Goodrich, assignors.) 

Brunton. David "W.. Silver Peak. Nov. Leaching ores. 

Brush, Charles F., Cleveland, Ohio. Dynamo-electric apparatus 

Brush, Charles F., Cleveland, Ohio. Magneto-electric machine. (Reissue) 

Brush, Charles F., Cleveland, Ohio. Automatic cut-out apparatus for electric lights or \ 

motors 3 

Brutton, Charles H., administrator. (See Ehrhardt, Louis H. G.) 

Bryan, Franklin C, Winona, Minn. Sulky-plow 

Brvan, J.amcs. (See Mather. Henry, assignor.) 

Biyau, Oliver, New York, N. Y. Hot-airl'urnaco 

Bryant, Calvin, Keene, N. H. Circular sawing machine 

Brvant, Daniel W. (See Kuehne and Bryant.) 

Bryant, Edson L., assignor to Wallace & Sons, Ansonia, Conn. Cigar-light. . . '. 

Bryant, Edson L., assignor to Wallace 6c Sons, Ansonia, ([jonn. Hanging or.suspcnsion lamp. 
Bryant, Hczekiah H., assignor to W. W. Warren, trustee, Boston, Mass. Branding-stamp. . 

Bryant, John L. Hillsdale, Mich. Drill '. , 

Bryant, Seymour, Andes, N. Y. Stanchion-fastener 

Bryden, Williamson, Chelsea, Mass. Mouth-shield for horses 

Bryer, Samuel G., Saugus, Mass. Rock-drilling machine 

Bryson, Michael A., St. Louis, Mo. Pannier. (Reissue) 

Buchanan, Charles G., Brooklyn, N. Y. Stone-crusher 

Buchanan, William, and J. M. Toucey, New York, N. Y., and H. I. Hoyt, Norwalk, assign- 
ors to Railway Combustion Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Coal-burning locomotive 

Bucher, George' W., Waverly, Md. Hot-air register 

Bucliter, Henry, Louisville, Ky. Molding-machine. (Reissue) 

Buck, D. Azro A., Waterbury, Conn. Watch 

Buck, D. Azro A., Waterbury, Conn. Watch-case 



Buck, D. Azro A., Waterbury, Conn. Stem-winding watch 

Buck, D. Azro A., Waterbury, Conn. Stem-winding watch 

Back, D. Azro A., Waterbury, Conn. Watch-dial 

Buck. George H., Uto Creek, N. Mes. Ter., assignor of one-half interest to L. Flagg, Cen- 
tral Falls, E. I. Catarrh-snuff 

Buck James G. H., Dallas, Texas. Recording baUot-box 

Buck, Joshua S., Oakland, Cal. Amalgamating-mortar 

Buckeye Engine Company. (See Thomp.son, .Joseph W., assignor.) 

Buckingham, Catharinns'P., Chicago, 111. Plow-beam 

Buckingham, Edward L., Jeflcr.son. Wis. Flexible band for bending wood 

Buckingham! Robinson, and C. W. Poindcster, Alto Pass, 111. Fruit and vegetable packer. 

Bnckingham, Thomas, St. Cunegonde, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Sleigh 

Buckley, Chaunccv. assignor to C. Parker Company, Meridcn, Conn. Match-box 

Buckley. William 'H. (See Estes and Buckley.) 

Bnckmau, Alexander, assignor of one-half interest to D. W. Seeley, Albany, N. Y. Baling- 



])ress . 



Buckraan, Lufinda A., Needbam, Mass. Preparing absorbent cotton 
Buck'.s Stove Company. (Seo Clement, Benjamin F., assignor.) 
Budd, Walter .J., ct at. (Seo Peters, John E., as.signor.) 
Bucll. Charles E., New Haven, Conn. Telephone 
Buell, Charles E., New Haven, Conn. 
Bnell, Charles E., New Haven, Conn. 
Buell. Charles E., New Haven, Conn. 
Buell. Charles E., New Haven, Conn 

Buell, Clinton C 

Buell, HaiTiet 3 



Telephone 

Telephone 

Electric light for burglar-alarms 

Apparatus for using compressed air 

Rock Falls, 111., and .1. G. Cudworth, Anamosa, Iowa. Milk-cooler. 
Nov;- York, N. Y. Combined folding chair and pillow-rest 



(Sec Seamans, Irving M., assignor.) 

(See Snow, George B., assignor.) 

(Sec Snow, George B., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

(See Snow and Seamans, assignors.) 



lUiejinann, August, Newark, N. .J. Spur 

BiiHalo Dental Manufacturing Company. 

BalTalo Dental Manufacturing Company. 

Bufi'alo Dental Manufacturing Company. 

Buffalo Dental Manufactuiin.g Company. 

Buftalo Scale Company. (Seo Bidwell, Call H., assignor.) 

Buffham, William S., el al. (Seo Reid, William A., assignor.) 

Bngbec, George G., Gonzales, Tex. Balanco stall' and wheel for watches 

Bugbce, Gcorgo G., Gonzales, Tex. Buckle 

Bugbce, George W. (See Doanc and Bugbec.) 
Bngbec, Georgo W. (See Doane, Passel, and Bugbce.) 
Bnblcr, Matthew, ct al. (Seo Lupton, Adcbson, assignor.) 
Biihlmann,Theodor,Mullhcim, Switzerland. Apparatus for sejiar.rtingand cleaning gr 

Buice, James D., La Grange, Ga. Filter for cotlce 

Bii.jac, James, Catonsville,"Md., assignor of onc-haU'to W. AY. Eaton, Hartford, Conn 

f amaco and reducer 

Bull, Jacob H., Hereford, Md. Car-coupling 



Ore 



No. 



9,025 
223,987 

229,053 



227,479 
234,750 
235,504 
224,383 

224,327 

224,271 



220,709 
226,274 
229,374 



228,032 
224,511 

9,410 



234,456 

225,105 

234,232 
230,175 

223,704 
226,708 
22C.707 
220,043 
220,700 
230,401 
227,878 
9,178 
231,530 

224,040 
234,369 
9,358 
234,233 
234,234 

234,235 

234,230 
234,237 

233,050 
224,385 
235,505 

231,147 

228,597 
223,470 
233,200 
228,598 



230,730 
227,480 



232,675 
232,070 
232,077 
2.32,078 
234,751 
232,388 
224,272 
228,441 



227,720 
234,849 



231,395 
233,596 



234,170 
228,599 



Date. 



Jan. C 
Feb. 3 

June 22 

May 11 
Nov. 23 
Dec. 14 
Feb. 10 

Feb. 10 

Feb. 10 



Apr. 20 
Apr. 
Juno 29 

May 25 
Feb. 17 

Oct. 12 
Nov. 16 

Mar. 2 

Nov. 9 
July 20 

Jan. 20 
Apr. 20 
Apr. 20 
Mar. 30 
Apr. 20 
July 27 
May 25 
Apr. 27 
Aug. 24 

Feb. 17 
Nov. 9 
Aug. 31 
Nov. 9 
Nov. 9 

Nov. 9 

Nov. 9 
Nov. 9 

Oct. 26 
Feb. 10 
Dec. 14 

Aug. 17 
June 8 
Jan. 13 
Oct. 12 
June 8 



Aug. 3 
May 11 



Sept. 28 
Sept. 28 
Sept. 28 
Sept. 28 
Nov. 23 
Sept. 21 
Feb. 10 
June 8 



Mav 13 
Nov. 30 



Aug. 24 
Oct. 20 

Nov. 9 
Juno 8 



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556 

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333 

498 
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18 
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17 



40 
205 

1425 

1064 

1202 

1382 

301 

290 

280 



880 

771 

1479 

1189 
330 

854 
1133 

482 

1078. 
145 

125 
879 
879 
716 
879 
199 
1162 
960 
441 

361 
1104 

514 
1079 
1079 

1079 

1079 
1079 

942 

301 

1382 

304 
1319 

72 

827 

1319 



272 
1004 



705 
705 
700 
700 

1202 
642 
280 

1290 



1120 
1230 



418 
931 



1005 
1319 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Al^liabctical list of patentees — Continued. 



Xame, residence, and mvention. 




Bull, John, Chattanooga, Tenn. Attachment for stirmp-straps 

Bullard, Charles AV., assignor of two-thirds interest to C. K. LaiTabee and It. L. North, 

Chicago, 111. Door-hanger 

Ballard, James H., Springfield, Mass., assignor to D. B. 'Wesson. lieTolving fire-arm 

Bulloch, Walter II., Chicago, 111. Tura-talile for microscope-slides 

Bullock, George, et al (Sco Bold, Fred, assignor.) 

Bullock, G-oorge A., Norwich, Conn. Brake-shoe 

Bullock, William K. (See Wiard and Bullock.) 

BuUymore, Richard, Buflalo, N. Y. Ice-house 

Bulot, Pierre Z. S., Paris, France. Stud and button 

Bultmann, C. Friedrich A.. Sumter, S. C. Indicator 

Bumgardner, David, Meridian, Miss. Feather-cleaner 

Bumpus, Delos H., Edenburg, Pa. Lubricator 

Bundock, Samuel. (See Pease, Addison, assignor.) 

Bundy, Willard L., Auburn, N. Y. Calendar-clock movement 

Bunnell, Jesse H. , New York, N. Y. Electro-raagne'j 

Bunnell, Orville M., Aurora, and N. M. Tonuey, Piano, 111. Mechanical motor 

Bunting, Thomas B. (See Brannon and Bunting.) 

Bupp, ilathias W. C, Bonneauville, Pa., assignor to D. C. Wantz. Blacksmith's forge 

Burbank, Abner, assignor of one-half interest to T. Moulson, Rochester, N. Y. Culinary 



steamer. 



Eurbridge, James, E. C. Thorpe, and T. Oakley, Tottenham, county of Middlesex, England 
Composition for elastic rollers 

Burcey, Charles J. T., Binghamton, N. Y. Alcohol-still 

BurcK John 0.. Indianapolis, Ind. Washing-machine 

Burchard, Florence L., ct al. (See Fanning, John, assignor.) 

Burden, David T., Carrollton, Ga. Machirie for filing gin-saws 

Burden, Frederick C. (See Burden, William H. and F\ C.) 

Burden, William H. and F. C, Cleveland, Ohio. Car-axle oiler 

Burdett, Oliver H., New Athens, Ohio. Traction-ennjine 

Bnrdge, Henry R., assignor to himself and C. Feurtb, Capo Girardeau, Mo. Sulky-cultivator. 

Burdick, Irving F., North Stonington, Conn. Vehicle sand-band 

Burdick, James M., Brownsburg, "Pa. Hay-tedder 

Bnrdon. (xeorge I'., Providencc.'R. I. Combined hose connection and sprinkler 

Buren, Fieliling P., and W. AV. Fentou, Quinoy, HI. Shank for boots and shoes 

Burge, EeasonA., and E. A. Quinby, Memory, Iowa. Car-brake , 

Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. Magazine-gun 

Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. Magazine tire-arm 

Burgess, Charles M., New Britain, and E. Sanford, Newington, assignors to Russell & Er- 
win Manufacturing Company, New Britain, Conn. Sash-fastening 

Burgess, Daniel. (See Russell and Burgess.) 

Burgess, Edward G-. (See Gill, Phillip H., assignor.) 

Burgess, George W., Skowhegan, Me. Cabinct'for sewing and other machines 

Burgess, Horatio G. (See Taylor and Burgess.) 

Burgess, Hugh, Eoyer's Ford, Pa. Concentrating alkaline solutions 

Burgess, Hugh, Royer's Ford, Pa. Separating graphite from foreign matter 

Burgess, .Joseph A., Worcester, Mass. Sewer-gas trap 7 

Biirgin, Emil, Basel, Switzerland. Magneto-electric machine 

Biirgin, Emil, Basel, Switzerland. Magneto-electric machine. (Reissue) 

Burin, Henri, New York, N. Y. Device for cutting off and screw-threading metal rods 

Burin, Henri B., New York, N. Y. Velocipede 

Burk, John J., assignor of one-half interest to E. M. Jewett, Buffalo, N. Y. Machine for 
driving nails 

Burk, William B. (See Eitter, Ecuben, assignor.) 

Burk, William E. (See Grout and Burk.) 

Burk, William H., (jreencastle, Ind. Peanut-roaster 

Burkart, John M. (See Burkart, William and J. M.) 

Burkart, William. Smithville, Ind., and J. M. Burkart, Canton, Kans. Leaf-turner , . . 

Burke, Dominic, New York, N. Y. Water-closet basin 



Burke, Isaac, Sacramento, Cal. Sulky-plow 

Burke, Thomas, Portsmouth, Va. Device for swaging screw-threads on eyebolts. 
Burkett, Andrew J., Ottumwa, Iowa. Ornamentation of leather 

Burkhart, Jacob, Washington, D. C. Beer-cooler 



Burkholder, John W., Moline, HI. Hand-drill 

Burks, Jesse H., San Luis Obispo, Cal. Fruit-drier 

Burleigh, Charles H., and W. A. Wheeler, Worcester, Mass. Wind-engine 

Burleigh. John L., et al. (See Duffy, James F., assignor.) 

Burlingham, William, Baltimore, Md. Pump , 

Burnap, Charles F.. Allegheny, assimor to R. Bagaley, Pittsburg, Pa. Gas or vapor burner. 

Burner, .John J. and L. F., Stonewall, Va. Fertilizer-distributer T 

Burner, Lemuel F. (See Burner, John J. and L. F.) 

Burnett, Charles C, Iowa Cit.y, Iowa. Combined sifter and bucket 

Burnett, John, and F. M. Watkins, Cincinnati, Ohio. Water-heater 

Burnett, Robert A. (See Ogle, Joseph D., assignor.) 

Burnett, AVilUam H., Mount Kisco, N. Y. Milk-can 

Burnham, Francis H., Ipswich, Mass. AVindlass for binding hay on wagons 

Buruham, George, ct al. (See Longstreth, Edward, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Burnham, (jrcorge H., et al. (See IJowers, John M., assignor.) 

Burnham, Lycurgus. (See Morse and Burnham.) 

Burnham, Walter, Chicago, 111., assignor to C. M. Beard, Elroy, Wis. Clutch for bow- 



227,727 

23.'?,8.36 
227,481 
220,648 

232,933 

229,951 
225,337 
235,411 
224,384 
233,323 

225,968 
226,485 
227,728 



strings. 



Burns, Charles M., Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Sash-fastener 

Burns, Edward, Broad Ford, Pa. Coke-oven 

Bums, Henry S., assignor to Winchester Repeating Arms Company, New Haven, Conn. 

Cartridge-loading machine 

Bums, John, assignor of one - half interest to T. E. Haslehurst, J. B. Anthony, and S. E. 

Babcock, Troy, N. Y. Steam water-meter 

Burns, John, assignor of one - half interest to T. E. Haslehurst, J. B. Anthony, and S. E. 

Babcock, Troy, N. Y. Steam-trap ' 

Burns, Morgan, assignorof one-half interest toO. A.Bogue, Hyde Park, HI. Dumping-car.. 
Burns, Morgan, assignor of one-half interest to O. A. Bogue, Hydo Park, HI. Uniting 

wrought and cast iron 

Bums, Peter. (See Brown, Alexander T., assignor.) 



232,174 

231,266 

2-23,880 
2-29,585 
229,030 

•23-2,079 

226,710 
2-24,808 
224,139 
•2-24,041 
226,711 
224,513 
226,480 
2-26,275 
224,994 
235,204 

234,387 



224,993 

2-29,090 
2-29,009 
2-27,411 
224,042 
9,438 
225,048 
234,954 

231,475 



225,501 

228,600 
233,470 

223,881 

228,033 

228,727 

2-24,869 

234,109 
2-27,482 
233,977 

232,629 
233,065 
235,738 

232,237 
226,221 



231,531 
230,010 



2-29,089 
226,033 
232,289 

232,238 

230,232 

230,233 
230,918 

231,532 



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volume. 



Date. 




Nov. 2 
May 11 
Apr. 20 

Oct. 5 

July 13 

Mar. 9 

Dec. 14 

Feb. 10 

Oct. 19 

Mar. 30 
Apr. 13 
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Sept. 14 

Aug. 17 

Jan. 27 
July. 6 
June 22 

Sept. 28 

Apr. 20 
Feb. 24 
Feb. 3 
Feb. 17 
Apr. 20 
Feb. 17 
Apr. 13 
Apr. 
Mar. 2 
Dec. 7 

Nov. 16 



Mar. 2 

June -22 
July 6 
May 11 
Feb. 17 
Nov. 2 
Mar. 2 
Nov. 30 

Aug. 24 



Mar. 16 

Juno 8 
Oct. 19 

Jan. 27 

May 25 
June 15 

Feb. 24 

Nov. 2 
May 11 
Nov. 2 

Sept. 28 
Oct. 12 
Dec. ^ 

Sept. 14 
Apr. 6 

Aug. 24 
Aug. 3 



June 22 
Mar. 30 
Sept. 21 

Sept. 14 

July 20 

July 20 
Aug. 10 

Aug. 24 



534 
840 

823 

1111 

707 

1061 

338 
459 

182 

908 
334 

835 

435 

84 

1074 
13 



1140 

1266 

628 

435 

840 

849 
381 

1075 



142 

233 

(220 

J 221 

316 

194 

(302 

J 303 

93 

132 

40,47 

250 

93 

234 

119 
22 

302 
4 



311 
357 
173 

119 

240 

240 
110 

302 



Official 
Gazette. 



100 


44 


515 


142 


429 


1-25 


432 


122 


470 


130 


672 


185 


1189 


338 


395 


112 


748 


210 


354 


90 


780 


220 


827 




92 


25 


1074 


293 


905 


205 


072 


187 


1059 


302 


190 


55 


780 


221 


073 


187 


627 


181 


397 


112 


142 


40 


13 


4 


178 


48 


704 


189 


12 


4 


1141 


311 


180 


50 


377 


111 


780 


221 


340 


94 


89 


24 


1419 


382 


1009 


284 


689 


202 



17 

18 
17 
17 

18 

18 
17 
18 
17 

18 

17 
17 
17 

18 

18 

17 
18 
17 

18 

17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
18 

IS 



1120 

988 

1064 

809 

765 

94 

541 

1301 

301 

864 

701 

824 

1120. 

590; 

387! 

171 

22 

1410 

70G 

880 
4-23 
235 
361 
880 
337 
825 
771 
458 
1310 

1120 



17 I 458 



17 

18 
17 

17 
18 
17 
18 

18 



1425 

35 

1050 

361 
1043 

471 
1251 

431 



590 



17 I 1319 

18 [ 892 

•17 ! 171 



1189 
1356 

423 



18 1043 

37 1004 

18 1016 

18 : 697 

18 : eoo 

18 ; 1435 



18 
18 



17 
17 
18 

18 

18 

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18 

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701 



441 
249. 



1425 
713 
043 

604 

155 

155 
316. 

441 



insriTED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continuetl. 



31 



Xamc, residence, and inTention. 



X^o. 



Bums. Peter, assignor of one-half interest to S. S. McXanghton, Chicago, El. Uachino for 
handling railway ties and iron in track-laying 

Burns, llobcrt E.,'San Francisco, Cal. rrnit-drier 

Burr, Amos A., Eockdale, N. T. Saw 

Burr, Bradley, assignor to A. A. Abhott, Chicago, 111. Sleigh 

Burr, G-corgo "W., East Lino. N. T. Ennning-gear for ivagons 

Bnrr, John, ct al. (See Enshforth. "William !h., assignor.) 

Burr, Melbourne C, Minneapolis, Minn. Carriage-jack 

Burr, Eemus B., Kingsborough, ^N. Y. Glove 

Burr, Sanford S., Chicago, HI. Folding or cabinet bedstead 

Burr, Sanford S.. Chicago. lU. Folding bedstead. (Eeissue) 

Barren, Allen M., A. E. Miner, and J. w. Bodge, Canisteo, ]Sr. Y. "Window-screen 

Barrel], David H., et al. (See Dougherty, John B., assignor.) 

Barrel!, David H., ct al. (See Naylor, James, Jr., assignor.) 

Burrell, David H.. Little Falls, and J. Naylor, Jr., Eochestor, assignors to said BurreU and ! 
Burrell. Ives & Co.. LittloFalls, N. Y. Machine for dressiug and finishing barrel-hoops - . 3 

Burrell, David H., Little Falls, and J. Kaylor. Jr., Eoohester, assignors to "Whitman & Bur- 
rell and D. H. Burrell, Little Falls, N. Y. Machine for cutting barrel-hoops from the log. . 

Burrell, Ives & Co. (See Burrell and Naylor, assignors.) 

Burrel], Ives &. Co., et al. (See Dougherty, John B., assignor.) 

Bnrrell, Ives & Co.. et al. (See K"aylor, j'ames, Jr., assignor.) 

Burrell, Lory"W.. Minneapolis, Minn. Tug-hook and clevis 

Burridge, Sarah X.. SomervUle, Mass. Hood 

Burridge, Thomas H., assignor of one-half interest to G. "W. "Ware, St. Louis, Mo. Car- 
axle box 



Barrier. George "W., Lyon County, assignor of one-half interest to J. Eothenbucher, Vir- 
ginia City, Xev. Combined harrow andleveler 

Burrill, Joseph. (See Hudson and BurrUl.) 

Burritt, Elihu, Elgin, HI. Dentist's chair 

Burritt. Harvey H., assignor of one-half interest to "W. A. Thompson, Newark, If. J. Com- 
pound engine for canal-steamers 

Burroughs, Alma P., Seneca Falls, N. Y. Time-signal for railwaj-s 

Burroughs, Caleb C. Decatur, HI. Beater for corn-shellers 

Burroughs. David "W., Greenfield, HI. Hedge-trimmer 

Bnrrow"es. Christopher F., SprinjjQeld, Mass. Banjo 

Barrows, George H., Somerville, Mass. Carbureting apparatus 

Burrows, (5eorge H., Boston. Mass. Carbureting apparatus 

Burt. Edwin M.. Harvard.IU. Gate 

Burtis, Arthur L., Lockport. X. Y. Mop-wringer 

Burtis, Samuel M., et al. (See Baldwin, Cadwell A., assignor.) 

Bnrtner. Benjamin F., Tuscola. 111. Check-row corn-planter 

Burtoh, Bethel, Brooklyn. X. Y. Magazine fire-arm 

Burton, Charles H., Cleveland, Ohio. "Steam- valve 

Burtoni George F.. assignor of two-thirds interest to E. J. Flint and F. J. McLean, Menomo- 
nee, "Wis. \ragon-lock .: 

Burton. George F., assignor of two-thirds interest to K. J. Flint and F. J. McLean, Menomo- 
nee. "Wis. "Wa^on-lock 

Burton. George S. (See Moore, Henry E., assignor.) 

Barton, Henry J., et al. (See Emerson, Orlando S., assignor.) 

Burton, Henry J., et al. (See Griswold, John, assignor.) 

Burton. Joseph, et al. (See "Weber, Theodore A., assignor.) 

Basbv. Frederick H., San Francisco, Cal. Glove 

Eusch. "William, Schulenburg, Tex. Cotton-chopper 

Bnschlen, Samuel, and L. Sees, Port Elgin. Ontario, Canada. Latch 

Baschner. Carl F., Xew York. X. Y. Eailway 

Baser. "William H.. and B. L. Shaw, Denison, Tex. Car-door fastening 

Bush. Carl, Xew York. X. Y. Clay-digger 

Bush, Edward M." (See Spray and Bush.) 

Bush. Henry F. (Sec Morrow and Bush.) 

Bush, Henry J., "Westfield. Mass. Whip-ferrule 

Bush. Ira D.. assignor to M. E. Bush, Detroit, Mich. Combined door bolt and check 

Bush. Isaac. Des Moines. Iowa. Farm-gate 

Bush, Mary E. (See Bush. Ira D.. assignor.) 

Basil, Eichard. Brooklvn. X. Y. Eotar^ pump 

Bush, Eichard, Brookljii, X. Y. Pnmp 

Bashaw. Enb.v Z.. Minneapolis, Minn. Grain-separator 

Bnshncll, Edwin L.. Poughkeepsie, X. Y. Spring for beds 

Bnshnell, Oscar P.. "Worcester, Mass. Press 

Bnshnell, Solrtn H., Fairport. X. Y. Horso hay-rake 

Buss. Edward. Arbon, Switzerland, assignor to C. M. Sombart, Magdeburg, Prussia. Gas- 
engine. 



Buss, Ellsworth T.. Xewton, Mass. Car-spring 

Bass, Ezra, Springfield, Ohio. Filter 

Enssey, Esek, assignor of one-half interest to C. A. McLeod, Troy, X. Y. Stovo and fur- 
nace grate ' 

Enssey, McLeod & Co. (See Becker. Edward, assignor.) 

Bussey. "William H., Chicago. HI. Shoe , 

Bns^ecd, Eichard. Brooklvn. X. Y. Step for locomotives 

Butcher. James J. (See Butcher, John S., assignor.) 

Botcher. John S., Yorktown, assignor to himself and J. J. Butcher, Bridgeport, X. J. Lamp- 
chimney protector 

Butcher, Joseph, assignor to Joseph Butcher Manufacturing Company, Xew York, X. Y- 
Machine for sewing sweat-linings into hats ". 

Butcher Manufacturing Company, Joseph. (See Butcher, Joseph, assignor.) 

Butcher. "William, London. England. Eailway fish-plate 

Bn«ler. Calvin L., Greenfield, assignor to J. EasscU Cutlery Company, Turner's Falls, Mass. 
Carving-fork ' 1 

Bntler. Charles C-. Paris, 111. C.vlindcr piinting-machine 

Butler. David P., Boston, Mass. Exercisicgmachine 

Bntler. David P.. Boston. Mass. Exercisinc-machinc 

Butler, Earhart &. Co. (See Lamport and Huher, assignors.) 

Bntkr, FrrncisC, assignorof one-half interest to E. "Ward, Xcwark. X.J. Gig-pad housing.. 

Butler. Francis G.. a.ssignorto Vermont Farm Machine Companv, Bellows Falls, Vt. Milk- 
cooler " 



231,897 
234,115 
225,795 
231,397 
22?,311 

226,971 
234,528 
230,105 
9,393 
231,649 



233,471 
233,472 



23.5,991 
232,934 

231,993 

231,650 

228,979 

230,737 
230,733 
233,066 
231,396 
224,512 
233,978 
234,955 
230,609 
228,601 

231,883 
232,880 
224,072 

224,070 

224,071 



235,125 
227,879 
230,861 
227,729 
223,705 
232,674 



232,452 
223,477 
225,680 

224,870 
2,32,935 
235,739 
235,338 
231,994 
229,864 



220,972 
234,850 
227,954 

223,B,=8 

231,398 
230,739 



230,460 
233,037 

234,529 

229,802 
230,740 
223.798 
223,709 

227,610 

K8,C02 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Sept. 7 
Xov. U 
Mar. 23 
Aug. 24 
Juno 1 

Apr. 27 
Xov. 16 
July 20 
Sept. 28 
Aug. 31 



Oct. 19 
Oct. 19 



Dec. 28 
Oct. 5 

Sept. 7 

Aug. 31 

June 22 

Aug. 3 
Aug. 3 
Oct. 12 
Aug. 24 
Feb. 17 
Xov. 2 
Xov. 30 
Aug. 3 
June 8 

Sept. 7 
Oct. 5 
Feb. 3 

Feb. 3 

Feb. 3 



Dec. 7 
May 25 
Aug. 10 
May 18 
Jan. 20 
Sept. 28 



Sept. 21 
Jan. 13 
Mar. 23 

Feb. 24 
Oct. 5 
Dec. 21 
Dec. 14 

Sept. 7 
July 13 

Apr. 27 
Xov. 30 
May 25 

Feb. 3 

Aug. 24 
Ang. 3 



July 27 

Oct. 20 

Xov. 10 

July 13 
Aug. 3 
Jan. 27 
Jan. 27 

May 18 

Juno 8 






23 
359 
972 
928 
179 

986 

866 

706 

1117 

1221 



847 
849 



1102 
167 

140 

1222 

1019 

162 
164 
335 
927 
626 
184 
1420 
12 
535 

1 
105 
121 

118 

119 



74 
934 
319 
749 
605 
901 



708 
334 
840 

1063 
168 
836 
351 

147 
420 

387 
1293 
1025 

18 

929 
165 



1167 

1084 

866 

.349 
165 
723 
724 

G05 

536 



99 

280 

262 

50 

274 
2,'!1 
197 
305 
343 



C233 
i234 

234 



322 
44 

38 

344 

277 

48 
48 
93 

262 

181 
47 

382 
3 

143 

1 

28 
35 

34 

35 



23 
268 

94 
211 
162 
264 



196 

89 

244 

303 
44 

234 
96 
38 

116 

274 
347 
293 



262 

48 



329 

302 

231 

98 

49 

195 

196 

174 

143 



Ofiicial 
Gazette. 



18 
18 
17 
18 
17 

17 

18 
18 
18 
18 



18 

18 

18 

18 
18 
17 
17 

17 

17 



523 

1053 

653 

418 

1255 

942 
1147 
133 
731 
471 



892 
893 



1498 
765 



547 



471 

1408 

273 

273 

800 

418 

337 

1017 

1251 

249 

1319 



,525 
755 
223 

223 

223 



1294 

1162 

307 

1121 

125 

705 



655 

72 

632 

423 

765 

1435 

1347 

548 

79 

942 
1230 
1170 

205 

418 
273 



213 

942 

1147 

68 
273 
155 
155 

1090 

1319 



32 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alpltaletical list of jyatentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Horse liay-rake. 



Bntler, Francis G., "West Hartford, Conn., assignor to Vermont Farm Macliine Company. 

Milk-setting apparatus. (Heissuc) - 

Butler, George E., ct al., executors. (See Suplee, Albert H.) (Reissue.) 
Butler, Joseph C. (See Butler, William E. and J. C.) 
Butler, Manlovo, assignor of one-lialf interest to B. C. Baker, Vernon, Ind. 
Butler, Orange, et al. (See Harrison, Jonathan "W., assignor.) (Keissue.) 
Butler, Orange, ct al. (See Whitcorab, George D., assignor.) 

Bntler, William E. and J. C, Eagle City, Iowa. Wire-barbing machine 

Butler, William P., Chicago, 111. Vapor-burner 

Butt, George, et al. (See Nichols, Moses 0., assignor.) 

Butt, Zc, Ocala, Fla. Dumping-cart 

BntterfieUl, F. D. (See Young, Lewis A., assignor.) 

Butteriield, John C, Chicago, 111. Stamp-mill 

Buttcrfuss, IPhilip, Winterset, Iowa. Hack for farm-wagons 

Butters, Charles E. (See Bangs and Pierce, assignors.) 
Butters, Charles E., ct at. (See Pierce, George H., assignor.) 

Butterworth, William, Morris, HI. Gate 

Button, B. G. (See Hickey, George J., assignor.) 
Bntts, Thomas W. (See Darrin, Henry A., assignor.) 

Butts, WiUiam, Potaluma, Cal. Preparing beans, pease, &c., for food 

Butz, Edward M., Allegheny, Pa. Fire-proof building 

Buzzell, John G., Lynn, Mass. Buffing-roller 

Buzzell, John G., Lynn, Mass., assignor to F. Winslow, trustee. Machinery for finishing 

boots and shoes 

Byam, Eher C, Eochester, N. T. Sash-lock 

Byam, Eher C., Eochester, N. Y. Sash-holder 

Byers, Anthony W., and J. C. Dorser, Sherman, Tex. Cotton-planter 

Byers, A. T. (See Wraight, Thomas E., assignor.) 
Byers & Co., A. M. (See Myers, Samncl, assignor.) 

Feed mechanism for circnlar-kuitting machines. 



Byfield, John, Stratford, Ontario, Canada. 

Byington, MirabeauL., Milledgeville, Ga. Turbine water-wheel. 
Byram, N. S., et al. (See Wittenberg, Charles, assignor.) 

Byrkett, Ahi.jah E., Troy, Ohio. Earth-scraper 

Byrkett, Ahijah E., Troy, Ohio. Earth-scraper 

Byrne, (jcorge P. (See Griffith and Byrne.) 

Byrne, George P., et al. (See Shedlock, Alfred, assignor.) 

Byrnd, Ole J., Chicago, HI. Slide-valve for steam-engines 



Cal)lc, Anstin D. (See Calef, Joseph W., assignor.) 

Cady, Benjamin J. (See McCiJanley and Cady.) 

Cad'y, George L., Lowell, Mass.. assignor to C. C. Post, Burlington, Vt. Sap-spout. (Eeissue) . , 

Cady, Henry W., Pawtucket, E. I., assignor to EusseU Manufacturing Company, Middle- 
town, Conn. Loom for weaving tubular fabrics 

Cady, Monroe M. (See Lightcap, William H., assignor.) 

Caffall, Eoliert M., assignor of one-half interest to T. Hunt, St. Louis, Mo. Compound for 
waterproofing and preserving building materials 

Caliill, Henry E. (See Le Eoy, Henry, assignor.) 

Cahill, Le Eoy, Kalamazoo, Mich. Sulky-plow carriage 

Cahill, Le Eoy, Kalamazoo, Mich. Sulky -plow 

Cahoone, Edwin E., Newark, N. J. Harness-saddle tree 

Cahoone, Edwin E., and If. Teas, Newark, N. J., assignors to said Cahoone. Harness-sad- 
dle tree 



Cahoone, Edwin E., and N. Teas, Newark, N. J., assignors to said Cahoone. Coach or har- 
ness pad 

Cahoone, Edwin E., Newark, N. J. Harness-saddle. 
Cahoone, Edwin E., Newark^ N. J. 
Cahoone, Edwin E., Newark, N. J. 
Cahoone, Edwin E., Newark, N. J. 
Cailteau, Thimol§on, New York, N. 



Coach-pad. 

Safety-pad for horses 

Coach-pad 

Y. Electric gas-lighting device 

Cain, Charles E., Holland, Wis. ' Bob-sled 

Cain, J'ohn, Pittsburg, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Stearns Manufacturing Company, 
Erie, Pa. Head-block for saw-mills. (Eeissue) 

Calame, William, assignor to Bobbins & Appleton, New York, N. Y. Watch-case 

Caldwell, Heniy W., St. Louis, Mo. Conveyer-box 

Caldwell, Henry W., St. Louis, Mo. Screw-conveyer 

Caldwell, John. (See Taylor, James, assignor.) 

Caldwell, John, Louisville, Ky. Drag plow or shoe for grain-drills 

Caldwell, John, and E. T. Vinson, Shrevoport, La. Cotton-planter 

Caldwell, John, and H. B. Winslow, Providence, E. I., assignors to Horton, Angell & Co. 
Sleeve-button. (Eeissue) , 

Caldwell, -John, Shreveport, La., and O. E. Huss, Washington, D. C. Snow-shoe 

Caldwell, Loyd J., Bourbon, Ind. Feed-mill t 

Caldwell, William H., New York, N. Y. Hluminated printing 

Calef, George W. (See White and Calef.) 

Calef, Joseph W., North Easton, Mass., assignor of one-half interest to A. D. Cable, Mon- 
treal, Canada. Wrench 

Calhoun, John C. (See Eichardson and Callioun.) 

Calhoun, Samuel S., and H. I. Miller, Millersburg, Ohio. Shingling-bracket 

California Portland Cement Company. (See Easterby, Anthony Y., assignor.) 

(Js.iiins, David N., as.signor of one-half interest to M.T. Ellinwood and A. L. Soranton, Eo- 
chelle, 111. Milk-cooler 

Calkins, James B., Pacific, Mo. Locking-nut 

Calkins, James B., Pacific, Mo. Car-door bolt 

Calkins, Thomas L., Now York, and F. 0. Badger, Brooklyn, N. Y. Brush 

Calkins, Thomas L., New York, N. Y., and J.'W. Cook, Jersey City, N. J. Machine for 
turning buttons , 

Calkins, William H. (See Beaty and Calkins.) 

Callahan, Charles, Lowell, Mass. Eefrigerator , 

Callahan, Henry, Dayton, Ohio. Cement-ring for sheet-metal cans 

Callahan, John, etal. (See Perry, Arthur F., assignor.) 

Gallon, Anson W. (See Histed, Thaddeus C, assignor.) 

Callow, John J., Cleveland, Ohio. Spacing and loitering signs , 

Calo, Christopher G., Albany, N. Y. Hamo-olasp , 



No. 



■ 9,302 
223,310 

V 

226,276 
234,238 

226,049 

230,611 
231,003 

224,643 



226,712 
223,275 
232,333 

233,007 
226,487 
226,488 
233,725 



231,476 
227,880 

229,863 
231,148 



220,713 

9,394 
226,594 

230,919 

229,375 
235,205 
223,989 

223,990 

223,991 
224,871 
232,113 
235,339 
235,506 
223,578 
231,267 

9,074 
234,530 
233,324 
235,619 

230,235 
231,757 

9,449 
234,655 
225,502 
230,741 

226,490 
235,126 



233,726 
234,239 
234,240 
231,004 

234,241 



Date. 



July 20 



Jan. 



Apr. 
Nov. 9 

Apr. 20 

Aug. 3 
Aug. 10 



Feb. 17 



Apr. 20 

Jan. 6 

Sept. 21 

Oct. 12 

Apr. 13 

Apr. 13 

Oct. 26 



24 



235,068 
233,326 



229,952 
230,234 



Aug. 
May 



July 13 
Aug. 17 



Apr. 20 

Oct. 5 
Apr. 20 

■Aug. 10 

June 29 
Dec. 7 
Feb. 3 

Feb. 3 

Feb. 3 
Feb. 24 
Sept. 14 
Dec. 14 
Dec. 14 
Jan. 13 
Aug. 17 

Feb. 17 
Nov. 16 
Oct. 19 
Dec. 21 

July 20 
Aug. 31 

Nov. 9 
Nov. 23 
Mar. 16 
Aug. 3 

Apr. 13 
Dec. 7 



Oct. 26 
Nov. 9 
Nov. 9 
Aug. 10 

Nov. 9 

Dec. 7 
Oct. 19 



Julv 13 
July 20 



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397 

398 

1159 



1012 
936 



418 
042 



674 

317 

541 

382 

1470 

179 

19 

20 

20 

1063 

280 

351 

557 
453 

787 

903 
867 
673 
099 

851 
1346 

670 

1048 

690 

167 

400 
75 



1161 
507 
508 
476 

508 

10 
075 



517 
851 



293 



33 



41 
139 



170 



4 
135 



221 



20 
153 

93 
112 
112 
322 



(284 

i285 

288 

116 
181 



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) 188 



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405 
49 

7 



7 
303 
80 
90 
159 
123 
220 

258 
231 
185 
198 

241 
379 

182 

282 

202 

49 



113 
23 



323 
140 
140 
135 

140 

3 

185 



143 
241 



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17 



18 
18 



17 



17 
17 

18 

18 
17 
17 

18 



]1S 
17 

18 

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I- 

18 
17 

18 

17 

18 
17 



183 



24 



772 
1079 



809 



249 
330 



302 



880 

10 

031 

800 
825 
825 
955 



432 
1162 



79 
304 



880 

790 
859 

316 

1479 
1311 

200 

206 

206 

423 

579 

1347 

1382 

92 

387 

384 
1148 

864 
1412 

155 
490 

1106 

1184 

590 

273 



1294 



955 
lOSO 
1080 

330 

1080 

1232 
865 



94 
155 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Aljahaletical list of patentees — Coatinued. 



33 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Xo. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



03 



O 



Calvert, George L., and G. W. Blair, Mnncie, Ind. Machine for forming eavea-trougha — 

Calvert, John^. (Seo Baker, Henry F., assignor.) 

Calvert, Joseph C. (See Gibson, John E., assignor.) 

Camhria Iron Company. (See Comer, Henry B., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Cambria Iron (Company. (See Davis, Frank B.. assignor.) 

Cambria Iron C!ompany. (See Morrell, Thomas T., assignor.) 

Cambria Iron Company. (See "Williams, John E., assignor.) 

Camerer, 'William, Reading, Pa. Valve-motion 

Camerer, William, Reading, Pa. Coupling-rod for locomotivo-eugines 

Cameron, James W., assignor to W, Bell, l^evr York, H". Y. Packing for steam or water pipes . 

Cammann, Hermann H., New York, N. Y. Folding basket 

Camp. James T., La Fayette, Ohio. Animal-poke 

Camp, Mortimer M., Xew Haven, Conn. Pipe for drains, gas, and water 

Camp, Thomas, Covington, Ga. Cotton-condenser. (Reissue) 

Camp, "Wallace H., assignor to Scovill Manufacturing Company, "Waterbury, Conn. Post- 
office-bos door : 

Camp, "Wallace H., "Waterbury, Conn. Machinery for cleaning and polishing sheet metal. , 

Camp, "Wallace H., assignor to Scovill Manufacturing Company, "Waterbury, Conn. Post- 
office-bos door 

Camp, "Wallace H., assignor to Scovill Manufacturing Company, "Waterbury, Conn. Post- 
office box 

Campbell, Abraham A., assignor to H. Franc. "Washington, D. C. Pantaloons-protector 

Campbell, Andrew C, assignor of one -half interest to E. McLaughlin, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Paper bag 

Campbell, Angus K., Newton, Iowa. Heating aud ventilating houses, cfec 

Campbell, Augustine, Perth Amboy, N. J. Pottery-shape for bmlding-blocks 

Campbell, Chambers M., Nashville, Ohio. luvalid-hedstead , 

Campbell, Charles A. J., assignor of one-fourth interest to "W. K. Johnson, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Horseshoe 

Campbell. Charles L., Terro Haute, Ind. Drying-kUn 

Campbell, Duncan H., assignor of three-fourths interest to H. B. Metcalf, F. E. Comey, and 
D. McNiven, Pawtncket,"R. T. Sewing-machine 

Campbell, Frank, administrator. (See Carlisle, Henry, Jr.) (Reissue.) 

Campbell, Frank M., and A. C. Duulevy, St. Louis, Mo. Skylight 

Campbell, Howard. (See Land and Campbell.) 

Campbell, James B., and J. Lindsay, Mount Sterling, Ky. "Wash-board 

Campbell, James H. (See Corr, Columbus "W., assignor.) 

Campbell, James "W., New York, N. Y. Adjustable window-cornice 

Campbell, James "W., New York, N. Y. "Window-cornice I. 

Campbell, John D., and J. S. Drake, New York, N. Y. Steam-muffler 

Campbell, John S., Plainfield, N. J. Hose-carriage 

Campbell, Joseph H., Pittsburg, assignor of one-sixteenth to H. T. "Wiley, Boston, and one- 
eighth to F. Patterson, Buena Vista, Pa. Process of and apparatus for extinguishing fires . . 

Campbell, Marvin, South Bend, Ind. Combined step-ladder and ironing-board 

Campbell. Morgan. (See Gaston and Campbell.) 

Campbell, Peter, assignor of two-thirds interest to F. A. Neider and J. A. Hopkins, Augusta, 
Ky. Vehicle-spring 

Campbell, Richard K. (See Hartsook, Marius M., assignor.) 

Campbell, Robert E., Chicago, HI. Mattress-frame 

Campbell, Thomas. (See Putnam, Charles B., assignor.) 

Campbell, "William, Brooklyn, N. Y. Cnrtain-iixture 

Campbell, "William P., Hastings, Mich. "Wood-cutting machine 

Cam pen, .John, Baltimore, Md. Soldering apparatus •- 

Campen. .lohn, Baltimore, Md. Soldering- tool 

Campfield, Hampton E., Susquehanna Depot, Pa. Spark-arrester 

Campfield. Hampton R., Susquehanna Depot, Pa. Steam slide-valve 

Canaday, Hugh H., F.airfield, Iowa. Sulky -plow 

Canby, WilUam, et al. (See Egerton, C. Calvert, assignor.) 

Canby, "WUliam, et al. (See Hazelip, Joseph N., assignor.) 

Candee, Charles E., St. Louis, Mo. Axle-bearing 

Candee c& Co., L. (See Earle, John E., assignor.) 

Candee & CJo., L. (See "Watkinson, George, assignor.) 

Candidus, Louis M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for curing tobacco 

Candrian, Herman A., assignor to T. A. Kochs, Chicago, IlL Barber's chair 

Candy, .John, Rock Grove, III. Car-coupling 

Canedv. "^''illiam E., Rochester, Minn. Combined anvil and vise 

Canfieid, "William L. (See Suddoth and Canficld.) 

Canis, Franz, assignor to AV. Colshom, Hamburg, Germany. Ke.y-hole guard 

Cannon, Clinton D.. Battle Creek, Mich. Ladder i 

Cannon, Fred. C, New Haven, Conn. Machine for making button-backa 

Cannon, Frederick C., New Haven, Conn. Carriage-lamp. (Reissue) 

Cannon, George "W. (Seo Deamude and Cannon.) 

Cantrell, "William B., Yreka, Cal. Eail-.ioint for bed-frames 

Cantrill. .James E. (See Barkley, John L., assignor.) 

Capen. .fames "W.. Binghamton, N. Y. Reciprocating propeller 

Capen, Thomas "W., assignor to Yale Lock Manufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn. 
Cllutch-operating mechanism 

Capewell, George A. and G. D., "Woodbury, Conn. Charger for powder-flasks 

Capewell, George D. (See Capewell, George A. and G. D.) 

Capewell, George J., el al. (See Mervesp, John .T., assignor.) 

CapeweU, George J. (See Talcott, "Williams, and C.ipewell.) 

Capewell, George J., Cheshire, Conn. Roller-die machine for the manufacture of articles ) 
from metal j 

Capewell, George J., Cheshire, Conn. Tack-driver 

Capewell, George .J., Cheshire, Conn. T.ack-extractor 

Capron, Isaac N., Attloborough, Mass. Button, stud, &c 

Caprou, Isaac N.. and F. H. Sadler. North Attleborongli, Mass. Detachable button 

Capron. .Jacob, New York, N. Y. Spcaking-tnbo 

Carburettcd Air Gas Company. (See Bocklen, Reinhold, assignor.) 

Carburotted Air Gas Company. (See Heywood and Boeklcn, assignors.) 

Card Automatic Brake Company. (See Card and Noble, assignors.) 

Card Automatic Brake Company. (See Card and Randolph, assignor-s.) 

Card Antomatic Brake Company. (See Card, William L., assignor.) 

Card, William L.. Moberly, and J. Noble, St. Lonis. Mo., assignors to Card Automatic Brake 
Compiiny. Automatic car-brake 



226,157 



233,201 
235,200 
226.387 
232,680 
224,140 
227,412 
9,234 

224,141 
225,796 

226,439 

231,995 
220,031 

227,147 
230,237 
225,338 
225,106 

231,953 

224,814 

231,954 

228,443 

231,005 

225,339 
235,412 

224,644 
231,399 



234,531 
227,346 



231,996 

232,334 

227,146 
227,955 
232,681 
232,936 
228,442 
231,651 
231,210 



233,068 



224 142 
233il40 
232,594 
225,563 



223,836 

234,389 

230,236 

9,328 

230,526 

223,882 

229,092 
231,533 



227,011 

231,000 
233,599 
224,386 
230,402 
223,434 



223,317 



Apr. 6 



Oct. 12 
Dec. 7 
Apr. 13 
Sept. 28 
Feb. 3 
May 11 
Juno 8 

Feb. 3 
Mar. 23 

Apr. 13 

Sept. 7 
June 22 

May 4 

July 20 

Mar. 9 

Mar. 2 

Sept. 7 
Feb. 24 

Sept. 7 

June 8 

Aug. 10 

Mar. 9 
Dec. 14 
Feb. 17 
Aug. 24 

Nov. 10 
May 11 



Sept. 7 

Sept. 21 

May 4 
May 25 
Sept. 28 
Oct. 5 
June 8 
Aug. 31 
Aug. 17 

Oct. 12 



Feb. 3 
Oct. 12 

Sept. 28 
Mar. IG 

.Jan. 27 
Nov. 16 
July 20 
Aug. 3 

July 27 

Jan. 27 

Juno 22 
Aug. 24 



May 18 

Aug. 10 
Oct. 26 
Feb. 10 
July 27 
Jan. 13 



Jan. 



498 
180 
272 
967 
191 
378 
676 

192 
973 

399 

148 
1075 

74 
854 
430 
147 

91 
1000 

92 

333 

477 

431 
433 

783 
930 



309 



148 
556 

73 

1027 
968 
168 
332 

1223 
726 



337 



192 
430 

869 
691 

770 
706 
852 
296 

1230 

830 

1143 

1076 



606 

477 
1017 

479 
1087 

280 



130 



137 
49 
81 

206 
55 

111 

186 

55 
280 

113 

38 
293 

20 
241 
125 

43 

24 
283 

24 

91 

135 

125 
122 
221 
262 

231 
90 



39 

153 

20 
293 
266 
44 
91 
343 
204 



93 



55 

118 
240 
202 

206 
190 
241 

84 

347 
221 

312 

302 



174 
175 
130 
233 
137 
306 
74 



17 



18 
18 
17 
18 
17 
17 
17 

17 
17 

17 

18 
17 

17 

18 
17 
17 

18 
17 

18 

17 

13 

17 

18 
17 
18 

18 
17 



18 
18 

17 

17 
18 
18 
17 
18 
18 



18 



17 
18 
18 
17 

17 

18 
18 
18 

18 



17 
18 



>17 

18 
18 
17 
18 
17 



748 



827 

1311 

806 

706 

235 

1050 

1341 

235 
653 

825 

548 
141G 

990 
156 
541 

482 

538 
413 

539 

1290 

331 

541 

1362 

362 

418 

1148 
1039 



548 

631 

989 
1176 
706 
766 
1290 
471 
377 



800 



235 
815 
690 
590 

163 

1120 

156 

296 

223 

171 

1426 
441 



1009 

331 
931 
303 
200 
67 



33 17 



a 



3 PAT 



34 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 

AlplicibcUcal list of imienices — Contiuned. 



Xamo, residence, and invention. 



Card, William L.,Mobcily, assignor to Card Automatic Brake Companj-, St. Louis, Mo. 
Steam-liralio " 

Card, William L., and D. S. Eandoljib, assignors to Card Automatic Brake Companj-, St. 
Louis, Mo. Automatic car-brake 

Carey, .Tames, Jr., Baltimore, Md. Sbutter-aTvning 

Carey, John B., Boston, Mass. Eailway-smtoh 

Carey, John B., Boston, Mass. Eailway-orosslng 

Carey, Jolm B., Boston, Mass., assignor to Carey Switch Company, Hartford, Conn. Eail- 
way-STTitcb 

Carey Switch Company. (See Carey, John B., assignor.) 

Carg'emel, Jules. (See Stiegler, Xavier, assignor.) 

Cargill, Darius P., et al. (See Brace, William H., assignor.) 

Carley, John W., Cotton Gin, Tex. Earth borer and excavator 

Carlin, James B., Carthage, Mo. Grain-mill 

Carlisle, Henry, Jr., deceased, F. Campbell, administrator, and assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to J. A. Eiley and C. S. Freer. New York, N. Y. Bracelet. (Eeissne) 

Carman, Charles B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Necktie or scarf holder 

Carman, Isaac H.. New Eoss, Ind. Fence 

Carnell, George, Philadelphia, Pa. Mold for brick-machines 

Carnes, William J., Sr., Gonzales, Tex., and C. W. Pcnfield, New Britain, Conn. Stake-pin . . 

Carney, Francis H., Cambridgeport, Mass. Pantaloons 

Carnrick, John, eJ ai. (See Murdoch and Haynes, assignors.) (Eeissuo.) 

Carnrick, John, Cresskill, N. J. Malt extract. (Eeissne) 

Caro, Heinrich, assignor to Badischo Anilin and Soda Fabrik, Mannheim, Baden, Germany, 
Dve-stnif or coloring-matter. (Eeissue) 

Caro. Heinrich, Mannheim, assignor to Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik, Baden, Germany. 
Coloring-matter obtained from alpha-naphthol 

Carothers, Eogers & Co. (Seo Eogers, David J., assignor.) 

Carpenter, Azariah, assignor to American Meter Company, New York, N. Y. Gas-meter. 

Carpenter, Charles B., Attleborough, Mass. Separable button 

Carpenter, Francis W. (See Field, William D., assignor.) 

Carpenter, Francis W., Eye, and J. Herring, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; said Herring assignor to said 
Carpenter. Toy railway-train 

Carpenter, Francis W., Eye, N. Y. Toy railway-train 

Carpenter, Francis W., Harrison, N. Y. Toy horse and wagon 

Carpenter, James, New Hope, N. Y. Butter-package 

Carpenter, James, New Hope, N. Y. Fence-post driver 

Carpenter, .Tames, New Hope, N. Y. Wagon-brake 

Carpenter. James 0., Brooklyn, N. Y. Monetary check 

Carpenter, Jotham P., Attleborough, Mass. Separable button 

Carpenter, Jotham P., Attleborough, Mass. Detachable button 

Carpenter, Philip M. (See Hodges, John H., assignor.) 

Carpenter, S. C, et al. (See Morgan, Hubert W., assignor.) 

Carpenter, Smith H., Virgil, N. Y. Carriage-axle clip 

Carpenter, Walter S., Wilkesbarre, Pa. Combined portable wash-stand and bath-tub 

Carpenter, William B., Newark, N. J., assignor to himself and Celluloid Novelty Company, 
Now York, N. Y. Necking celluloid tubes 

Carpenter, William B., Newark, N. J., assignor to himself and Celluloid Novelty Company, 
New York, N. Y. Coloring the eyebrows, &c., of celluloid doUs 

Carr, George W., et al. (See Sholes, Frederick, assignor.) 

Carr, Jolin I., Chicago, HI. Writing-tablet 

Carr, Martin W., Somerville, Mass. Brush-holding cap for mucilage-bottles 

Carr, William, Yellow Springs, Ohio. Wagon running-gear 

Carrick, Thomas J., Baltimore, Md., assignor, by mesne assignment, to S. S. White, Phila- 
delphia. Pa. Head-rest 

Carrick, Thomas J., Baltimore, Md., assignor to J. W. Selby, New York, N. Y. Clamp 

Carrington, Campbell, Washington, D. C. Cigar-holder 

Carrol), Charles; New Orleans, La. Toilet-case 

Carroll, Patrick. (See McMurtry and Carroll.) 

Carroll, Patrick E., et al. (See Peters, John E., assignor.) 

(jarroll, Philip F., Dubuque, Iowa. Egg-beater 

Carroll, William J., Natchez, Miss. Car-truck 

(Carroll, William T., Worcester, assignor to G. Draper & Sons, Hopedale, Mass. Spindle- 
adjusting mechanism for spinning-machines 

Carrothers" James, assignor of one-half interest to D. S. Daneer, Shanandoah, Ohio. Drag- 



saw - 



Carrow, .John S., et al. (Sec Bishop, Clement B., assignor.) 
Carrow, William D., ct al. (See Bishop, Clement B., assignor.) 

Carson, Benjamin F.. Millbrook, Tenn. Whcat-driH 

Carson, Howard A.. Boston, Mass. Apparatus for moving earth 

Carson, James B., Griilin, Ga. Cotton-chopper •. 

Carstens, C. H. (See Trump, George, assignor.) 

Carter, Charles B., Lawrence, Mass. Treating wood, ifcc 

Carter, Charles D., Allegan, Mich. Cultivator 

Carter, Charles D., Grand Eapids, Mich. Spring harrow-tooth 

Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric burglar-alarm 

, San Francisco, Cal. Machine for making metaUic laths 

, Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric alarm and indicator 

Brooklyn, N. Y. Eufiling and puffing attachment for sewing-machines. . 

, Brooklj-n, N. Y. Electric alarm for letter-boxes 

, Huntsville, Ala. Corpse-lifter 

, Marlborough, Mass. Skiving-machine 

, Camden. N. J. Hydrocarbon-burner 



Carter, Charles H., 

Carter, Charles H., 

Carter, Charles H., 

Charter, Charles H., 

(Darter, Charles H., 

Carter. Edward B., 

Carter. Francis M., 

Carter, Frederic W., 

Carter, Harvey K., Camden, N. J., assignor of one-half interest to J. B. Wood, Philadel- 
phia, Pa., and .1. F. Wood, Camden, N. J. Wooden vessel 

Carter, Hiram A,, Pawtuckct, E. I. Separable button 

Carter, Hiram U.. Headsville, Tex. Combined corn and cotton planter 

Carter, John A,, Eosebud, 111. Mechanical musical instrument 

Carter, John G., Boston, Mass. Paint-can 

Carter, .Tohn J. (Seo Dingman and Argue, assignors.) 

Carter, Eobert H., Pittsburg, Pa. Slide-valve for steam-engines 

Carter, Samuel T., Tama City, Iowa. Chum-motor 

Carter, Thomas W. (See Murtagb, John, assignoi.) 

Cartwright, Eobert, assignor to Eochester Adjustable Lamp Company, Eochester, N. Y. 
Lamp .' "1 



No. 



234,145 

231,535 
232,883 
229,671 
229,865 

229, 8CC 



234,532 
232,239 

9,482 
229,519 
224,387 
225,107 
227,075 
228,246 

9,075 

9,144 

225,108 

228,513 
227,485 



227,210 
227,950 
234,534 
223,478 
224,578 
237,215 
226,974 
224,143 
224,144 



235,069 
230,403 

235,932 

235,933 

233,069 
228,603 
225,687 

223,276 
229,670 
232,453 

234,388 

235,620 
231,898 

223,992 

229,091 



225,742 
228,980 
224,645 

235,070 
224,074 
231,208 
225,271 
226,901 
229,867 
234,242 
234,244 
230,407 
225,340 
235,621 



Date. 



234,752 
227,730 
233,979 
226,714 
235,207 

226,715 
231,534 



227,731 



Feb. 3 

Aug. 24 
Oct. 5 
July 
July 13 

Jxily 13 



Nov. 16 
Sept. 14 

Nov. 30 
July 6 
Feb. 10 
Mar. 2 
May 18 
June 1 

Feb. 17 

Apr. 6 

Mar. 2 

June 8 
May 11 



May 4 
May 25 
Nov. 16 
Jan. 13 
Feb. 17 
May 4 
Apr. 27 
Feb. 3 



Monthly 
volume. 






Feb. 


3 


Dec. 


7 


July 


27 


Dec. 


28 


Dec. 


28 


Oct. 


12 


June 


8 


Mar. 


23 


Jan. 


6 


July 





Sent 


21 


No'v. 


16 


Dec. 


21 


Sept. 


7 


Feb. 


3 


Juno 


22 


Mar. 


23 


June 22 1 


Feb. 


17 


Dec. 


7 


Feb. 


3 


Aug. 


17 


Mar. 


!) 


Apr. 


27 


July 


13 


Nov. 


9 


Nov. 


9 


July 


27 


Mar. 


9 


Dec. 


21 


Nov. 


23 


May 


18 


Nov. 


o 


Apr. 


20 


Dec. 


J 


Apr. 


20 


Aug. 


24 


May 


IS 



194 

1078 
109 
181 
421 

422 



.809 
437 

1549 
11 
479 
148 
679 
103 

905 

264 

149 

423 

462 



153 
1029 
872 
335 
706 
152 
991 
193 
194 



11 

1089 

1093 

1094 

338 
538 
841 

82 
181 
709 
705 



700 
24 

21 

1142 



904 
1021 

784 

12 
123 
787 
333 
903 
424 
511 
513 
1167 
433 
701 

1161 
750 
180 
675 
182 

676 
1077 



50 

303 
29 
50 

110 

117 



2S2 
120 

410 

3 

137 

43 
194 

31 



Official 
Gazette. 



115 
133 



45 
294 
232 

89 
201 

44 
275 

50 

50 



3 

300 

302 

302 

94 
143 

245 

20 

50 

195 

190 



199 
5 



312 



263 
278 
222 



35 
220 

98 
251 
117 
141 
141 
330 
120 
199 

313 
211 

47,48 

188 

49 

188 
302 



750 211 



18 
18 
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Alpliabeikal list of ^patentees — Continued. 



35 



Name, residence, and invention. 



photo- 



Cartwrislit, Eobert, Eochester, y. T. Combined stand and bracket lamp 

Carvallio, Da\-id N., assignor to himself and E. Marx, Ifew York, U". Y. Producini 

grapbie images 

CarTalbo, David Is"., assignor to himself and E. ilarx, New York, N. Y. Producing pboto- 

irrapbic images. (Reissue) 

Carvalho. David JC., assignor of one-balf to E. Marx, New York, N. Y. Producing pboto- 

graphie imases 

Carver, Henry I., Ludlow, Mass. Combined butter worker and mold. (Eeissue) 

Carver. James C, et al. (See "Wilson, Gandy, and Sbngert. assignors.) 

Cary, Alanson, assignor to American Fencing Company, New York, N. Y. Machine for 

manufacturins metallic barbed ribbon for fence-wii-e 

Carv, Lewis (^..^Deering, Me. Fare-box 

Carv, Nathaniel S., Providence, E. I. Tire-upsetting machine 

Gary. Sidnev C, Baltimore, Md. Telephone-support 

Casadv. William, Milton, Iowa. ^Yheel-making machine 

Case, Adelbert B., Springfield, Mass. Cuflf fastener and supporter 

Case, Alonzo M. (See Case, Stephen A. and A. M.) 
Case ct Co., J. L (Sec Jilson, Alonzo, assignor.) 

Case, Constantius G-., Battle Creek, Mich. "Thrashing-machine 

Case, EUza A., 'Williamstown, N. Y. Fruit-jar lifter 

Case, Henry, Brooklyn, N. Y. Process and apparatus for sinking piles 

Case, Henry, Brooklyn, N. Y. Composite pile 

Case, Henry, Brooklyn, N. Y. Breakwater 



Case, Henry, Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for sinking and removing piles. . . 
Case, -Jerome L, assignor to J. I. Case Plow Company, Eacine, "Wis. Plow. 
Case, Joel T., Bristol, Conn. Griuding-mill 



Case, John K. (See Sawyer, Charles D., assignor.) 

Case, John M., and C. Stein, Columbus, Ohio fsaid Stein assignor to said Case. Middlings- 
purifier 

Case Plow Company, J. I. (See Case, Jerome I., assignor.) 

Case, Schuyler S., Indianapolis, Ind. Ironing-table 



Machine for drying tubular fabrics. 
Machine for rolling tubular fabrics . 



Case, Stephen A. and A. M., Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Case, Stephen A. and A. M., Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Casev, .Jeremiah, Allentown, Pa. Box-fastener 

Casey. John, Jersey City, N. J. Check-receiver 

Cash" David V., assignor of one-half to J. M. Eange, Johnson City, Tenn 

Caspersson, Carl A.,^estanfors, Sweden. Casting apparatus 

Cassidy, .John W., Petaluma, Cal. Drying fruit 

Cassidy, Michael. (See Eansom and Cassidy.) 

Cassidy, Terance F., Bangor, Me. Cant-do^ 

Castanicn, Franklin P., XJpper Sandusky, Ohio. Com-planter 

Casterlin, Charles S., Mason, Mich. Chum-power 

Castle. Alexander TV., and C. U. Akin, Eureka, Nev. Elevator 



Straw-cutter- 



Castle, Alfred B., Union City, Mich. "Water-tank attachment 

Castle, Christopher C. (See Murray, John A., assignor.) 

Castle, Samuel D. (See House and'Castle.) 

Castle, WiUiara. (See Eobbins, Thomas J., assignor.) 

Caswell, Elijah S., Taunton, Mass. ShoenaU 

Cately, Shepard "W., Cortland, N. Y. Carriage-spring 

Cathcart, Frank H., "Washington, D. C. Eotary engine 

CatUn, Abel D., assignor of one-tliird interest to SmaUey Brothers & Co., Bay City, Mich. 
Damper-regulator 

CatUn, Austin H., PeekskiU, N. Y. Eailway-train signal 

Cathn, Charles A. (See "Wilson and Catlin.) 

Catlin, Charles A., Providence, E.I. Acid phosphate for baking-powders 

Catlin, Emma F. (See Catlin, Seth C, assignor.) 

Catlin, Frederick, Brooklyn, N. Y. Telegraph-repeater 

Catlin, Eobert M., Tuscarora, Nev. Apparatus for compressing air , 

Catlin, SethC. assignor to E. F. Catlin, Brooklyn, N. Y. Student-lamp 

Cattelle, TV. Eichard. (See Shaw, Charles H., assignor.) 

Caulfield, Henry E.. Vienna, Ontario. Canada. Sewing-machine case 

Cavett, James E.. CoUinsburg, La, Bale-tie , 

Cavincss, Eichard E., and G.'McCormick, Beckwith, Iowa. Corn-planter 

Cawker. Samuel M., Denver, Colo. Fluid-measuring tank 

Cayce, .John M., Thompson's Station, Tenn. Eecor(£ng apparatus for spirit-meters 

Caywood, Charles C, Clarksburg, "W. Va. Chimney cap and cowl 

Cebrian, John C. (See Molera and Cebrian.) 

Ceis, -John M., Abilene, Kans. "Weather-strip 

Celluloid Fancy Goods Company. (See Halsey, "William H., assignor.) 

Celluloid Manufacturing Company. (See Booth, "William, assignor.) 

(See Hyatt, John "W., assignor.) 
(See Lefferts, Marshall C, assignor.) 
(See Otto, Gustav, assignor.) 
(See "Whiting, George F., assignor.) 
(See Carpenter, "William B., assignor.) 
(See Sanborn, Albert A., assignor.) 



Celluloid Manufacturing Company. 
Celluloid Manufacturing Company. 
Celluloid Manufacturing Company. 
Celluloid Mamifactnring Company. 
Celluloid Novelty Company. 
Celluloid Novelty Company. 



Center. .Joshua C. assignor of one-half interest to J. B. Brown and L. A. Bigger, Hutchin- 
son, Kans. Eailway-frog 

Chabot, .Joseph A.. Somerville, and F. H. Charter, Boston, Mass. Safe 

Chace, Albert F.. Boston, Mass. Gas governor and regulator for carbureters 

Chace, "William H., Fall Elver, Mass. Machine for stretching leather belting 

Chadbonm, Adeline E.. administratrix. (See Chadboum, Benjamin H.) 

Chadbourn, Benjamin H., (A. E. Chadbourn, administratrix,) New York, N. Y. Apparatus 
for manufacturing soap 

Chaddock, Oliver, <;« aj. (See Lupton, Addison, assignor.) 

Chadwick, .Tames. (See Chadwick and Kvnaston.) 

Chadwick, Thomas. (See Chadwick and Kynaston.) 

Chadwick, "William, T., and J., Manchester, and J. "W. Kynaston, Liverpool, England. Pu- 
rification of alumina, bauiite, &c ! 



No. 



234,245 

225,438 

9,384 

234,171 
9,092 



226,034 
226,158 
225,910 
224,073 
234,753 
2.34,533 



226,973 
228,865 
223,479 
224,046 
227,483 

227,484 

229,954 

232,595 



225,564 

224,995 

231,269 

231,270 
224,647 
235,740 
234,905 
229,953 
233,473 

235,992 
224,872 
233,141 

234,956 

225,565 



229,376 
233,727 
224,146 

231,758 
228,034 

229,518 

231,477 
231,007 
223,210 

233,327 
226,388 
234,243 
228,866 
224,147 
224,873 

228,004 



225,049 
235,208 
230,744 
232,454 



224,514 



Date. 



Nov. 9 

Mar. 16 

Sept. 21 

Nov. 9 
Feb. 24 



Mar. 30 
Apr. 6 
Mar. 30 
Feb. 3 
Nov. 23 
Nov. 16 



Apr. 27 
June 15 
Jan. 13 
Feb. 17 
May 11 

May 11 

July 13 

Sept. 28 



Mar. 16 

Mar. 2 

Aug. 17 

Aug. 17 

Feb. 17 

Dec. 21 

Nov. 30 

July 13 

Oct. 19 

Dec. 28 

Feb. 24 

Oct. 12 

Nov. 30 

Mar. 16 



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Oct. 26 
Feb. 3 

Aug. 31 
May 25 

July 6 



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June 8 



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Dec. 7 
Aug. 3 
Sept. 21 



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514 

570 

853 

424 
1176 



1267 

11 

1114 

122 
1162 

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989 
881 
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784 
460 

401 

518 

869 



14 

788 

789 
785 
838 
1361 
517 
851 

1102 

1064 

430 

1422 

694 



1471 

1162 

196 

1347 
1112 



1013 

478 
8 

075 
273 
512 
882 
198 
1066 

539 



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183 
170 
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(220 
1221 
221 
222 
234 
365 
143 
234 

323 
304 
118 
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405 
323 

56,57 

379 
316 



285 
136 



186 
81 

141 

240 
57 

305 

144 



24 

50 

50 

196 



181 



18 

17 

18 

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17 

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18 



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575 

681 

1065 
442 



713 
748 
090 
223 
1202 
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1379 

72 

362 
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1005 

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596 

459 

388 

388 

303 

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94 

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423 
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955 
236 

490 
1189 

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806 
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424 

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1311 

274 

655 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 

AlpUahetical list of patentees — Continued. 



1 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Cliadwick, William, T., and J., Manchester, and J. "W. Kynaston,' Liverpool, England. 

Malting and purifying sulphate of alumina or alum 

Chaffee, Frank W., Springfield, Mass. Car-brake mechanism 

Chaffee, Julius T., and G. Priest, Bloomfleld, Iowa. Method of and apparatus for heating, 

conducting, and utilizing air 

Chaim, Adolph, assignor to himself and T. "W. Heinemann, Chicago, HI. Truss 

Chalk, Timothy C, Valley Falls, E.I. Oiler 

Challen, Stephen \V. (See Taylor .and Challen.) 

Challiuor, David, et al. (See Adams, Joseph, assignor.) 

Chamberlain, Blanchard, assignor of one-half interest to J. B. Niven, Bellefontaine, Ohio. ? 

Grain-binder i 

Chamberlain, Blanchard, Bellefontaine, Ohio. Bung for barrels 

Chamberlain, Blanchard, assignor of one-half to J. B. Niven, Bellefontaine, Ohio. Grain- ? 

binder 3 

Chamberlain, Dexter H., "West Eoxbury, assignor to "W. H. Ireland, Boston, Mass. Safety ? 

attachment for elevators 5 

Chamberlain, Edmund D., "Westfield, assignor of one-half interest to S. J. Marden, Newark, 

N. J. Elastic-faced printing-type 

Chamberlain, S. AV. (See Gillespie, Eoland, assignor.) 

Chamberlain, William T., Norwich, Conn., assignor of two-thirds interest to J. B. and C. Z. 

Do Young, Philadelphia, Pa. Air-gun 

Chamberlin, Columbus, Louisville, ICy. Eotary engine 

Chamberlin, Corydon, Santa Eosa, Cal. Lawn-sprinkler 

Chamberlin, David L. (See Van Kannol, TheophUus, assignor.) 

Chamberlin, George W., assignor to E. W. Vail, Worcester, Mass. Folding chair and settee. 

Chamberlin, John H., Ypsilanti, Mich. Coffee-roaster 

Chambers, Cyrus, Jr., and W. Mendham, Philadelphia, Pa. ; said Mendham assignor to ? 

said Chambers. Paper-folding machine j 

Chambers, James, Waco, Tex. Game 

Chambers, James P., Bloomington, Ind. Vehicle-hub 

Chambers, James AV., Baltimore, Md. Music-chart 

'Chambers, John H., New York, N. Y. Manufacture of an improved fertilizer from stable- 
manure 

'Chambers, Josephus C, assignor to Chambers National Lightning Protection Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. Insulated cresting 

' Chambers, Josephus C, assignor to Chambers National Lightning Protection Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. Protecting oil-tanks from lightning or tire 

■ Chambers National Lightning Protection Company. (See Chambers, Josephus C, assignor.) 
' Chambers, Vincent. (SeoDonnel, John W., assignor.) 

Chameroy, Edme A., Paris, France. Eecording scale-beam 

■ Chamness, EliM., and J. T. Vaughn, Alexandria, Ind. Washing-machine 

Champagne, Fred. (See Foster, Samuel, assignor.) 

•Champagne, Frederick, assignor of two-thirds interest to J. S. Winslowand G. W. Watkins, 

Moriah, N. Y. Medical compound 

' Chancel, VeUlon, Alioth & Co. (See Alioth, Eodolphe, assignor.) 

' Cliandlee, Isaac G., Philadelphia, Pa. Shuttle-motion for looms 

' Chandlee, Isaac G., Woodbeny, assignor to W. E. Hooper & Sons, Baltimore, Md. Lamp- 
wick 

'^.'handler, Clarence A., East Bridgewater, assignor of five-sixths interest to J. D. Gould, 
Boston, Mass. Fluid-meter 1 

Chandler, Clarence A., East Bridgewater, Mass., assignor to Eastern Paper Bag Company, 
Hartford, Conn. Paper-bag machine 

Chandler, Isaac A., Cambridge, Mass. Street-railway switch 

Chandler, Isaac A., Cambridge, Mass. Street-railway switch 

Chandler, Jesse, Warsaw, 111. Sash-suijporter 

Chandler, Lucius S. (See Silver, Samuel N., assignor.) 

Chandley, .John B., and W. Wilson, Mount Kisco, N. Y. Telescopic handle for canes 

Chanut, Jean M., Boston, Mass. Glove 

Chapin. Alfred B., Buffalo, N. Y. Device for attaching cars to moving trains 

Chapin, Charles 0. and H. A., Springfield, Mass. Manufacture of paper-pulp from straw, &c. . 

Chapin, Henry A. (See Chapin, Charles O. and H. A.) 

Chapin, Lucius D., Chicago, 111. Metallurgic furnace 

Chapin, Lucius D., Chicago, HI. Manufacture of iron 

Chaplin, Henry C, Charlottesville, Va. Dumping-wagon 

Chaplin, Orril E., Boston, Mass., assignor to D. A. Newton and S. H. Bellows. Combined 
square and bevel. (Eeissue) 

Chaplin, Orril E., Boston, Mass., assignor, by mesne assignment, to Flexible Shoe Fastening 
Machine Company. Shoe-nail wire 

Chaplin, Orril E., Eioston, Mass., assignor, by mesne assignment, to Flexible Shoe Fastening 
Machine Company. Machine for driving sole-fastenings 

Chapman, CUarles H., Joplin, Wis. Limekiln 

Chapman, Charles H., Shirley, assignor of one-half interest to L. Wallace, Ayer, Mass. 
Spindle and method of lubricating the same 

Chapman, Daniel J. (See De Frain, John, assignor.) 

Chapman, Frank H. (See Parker and Chapman.) 

Chapman, Genry A., Strawberry Point, Iowa. Pipe cutter and wrench 

Chapman, Harriet M. (See Chapman and Miles, assignors.) 

Chapman, John A., ^Vhito Water, Wis. Shifting seat for vehicles 

Chapman, Luke, assignor of one-half interest to Collins Company, Collinsville, Conn. Plow. 

Chajiman, Luke, assignor of one-half interest to Collins Company, Collinsville, Conn. Plow. 

Chapman, Luke, assignor of one-half interest to Collins Company, Collinsville, Conn. EoU- 
ing colter 

Chapman, Luke, assignor of one-half interest to Collins Company, Collinsville, Conn. Wheel- 
plow 

Chapman, Luke, assignor to Collins Company, Collinsville, Conn. Die for forging wrench- 
heads 

Chapman, Nathan, Milford, Mass. Temple-roller-drilling machine 

Chapman, OrlowAV. (See Sanford, Addison, V., assignor.) 

Chapman, Eobert T., Louisville, Ky. Finger-measure 

Chapman, Samuel J., assignor to J). S. Silcox, T. M. Mordecai, and H. Leiding, Charleston, 
S. C. Eeversing-gear and brake mechanism for hoisting-drums 

Chapman, William A. (See Wheeler and Chapman.) 

Chapman, William A., Bold Springs, Tex. Agricultural implement 



230,106 
231.271 

230,107 
228,981 
234,959 



220,035 
231,997 
234,172 

232,455 
229,869 

229,868 
234,957 
223,277 

223,883 
223,993 

225,506 

235,209 
226,277 
229,379 

229,955 

224,504 

234,173 



234,656 
224,870 



231,759 

225,506 

231,400 

226,716 

228,312 
224,874 
224,875 
230,233 

223,706 
229,377 
225.272 
227,076 

223,480 
223,481 
230,1527 

9,183 

228,605 

231,149 
230,742 

233,474 

232,937 

227,612 
223,579 
223,580 

225,743 

225,744 

225,745 
226,491 

235,507 

230,013 

225,688 



July 20 
Aug. 17 

July 20 
June 22 
Nov. 30 



Mar. 30 
Sept. 7 
Nov. 9 

Sept. 21 
July 13 

July 13 
Nov. 30 
Jan. 6 

Jan. 27 
Feb. 3 

Mar. 16 

Dec. 7 
Apr. 6 
June 29 

July 13 

Feb. 10 

Nov. 9 



Nov. 23 
Feb. 24 



Aug. 31 

Mar. 16 

Aug. 24 

Apr. 20 

June 1 
Feb. 24 
Feb. 24 
July 20 

Jan. 20 
June 29 
Mar. 9 
May 18 

Jan. 13 
Jan. 13 
July 27 

May 4 

June 8 

Aug. 17 
Aug. 3 

Oct. 19 

Oct. 5 

May 18 
Jan. 13 
Jan. 13 

Mar. 23 

Mar. 23 

Mar. 23 
Apr. 13 

Dec. 14 

Aug. 3 

Mar. -23 



707 
790 

708 
1023 
1426 



1268 
149 
425 

711 

427 

425 
1424 

83 

831 
22 

623 

184 

145 

1474 

519 

605 

427 



1049 
1069 



1343 
095 
931 

677 

180 
1067 
1068 

855 

606 

1471 

334 

680 

336 

338 

1231 

286 

540 

643 
168 

852 

169 

GIO 
455 

455 

900 

906 

903 
401 

557 

19 

843 



221 

198 
278 
383 



C357 

i358 

39 

C115 

jiie 

C196 
1197 

118 



117 

383 

21 

221 

8 

(182 

1183 

50 

41 

406 

144 

175 

116 



282 
306 



204 
263 

188 

50,51 
305 
305 
242 

162 

405 

98,99 



90 
90,91 
347 

84 

144 

162 
49 

235 

45 

175 
123 

123 

263 

264 

264 
113 

159 

5 

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17 

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Alpliahcikal list of patentees — Continued. 



37 



Name, resWeucc, and inTention. 



Chapman, William C. auclTT.B. Miles; said Chapman assignor to H. M. Chapman, Toledo, 

Ohio. Water filter and cooler 

Chapman, William H.. Middletown, Conn. Gag-runner for harness 

Chappel. George, Brooklyn, N. T. Lamp-glohe 

Chappell. Charles A. (See Mell, James A., assignor.) 

Chappell. Thomas J.. Gilroy, Cal. Elerator for'harvester-headers 

Chappell. Thomas J., and j. T. Eicketts, Gilroy, Cal. Ditching and embanking machine.. 

Charles, Andrew, Chicago, El. EleTator-bucket 

Charles, Andrew S., Hornellsville, K. Y. Laraii-Tvick trimmer 

Charles, John, as.<!ignor of one-half interest to L. Charles, Clear Spring, Md. Wagon-jack. . 

Charles, Lewis. (See Charle.s, John, assignor.) 

Charles. Richard H., e( at. (See McGibenv. Sylvester H., assignor.) 

Charter. Frank H. (See Chabot and Charter.^ 

Chase, Andrew J.. Boston, Mass. Refrigerator 

Chase. Benjamin F., Chicago, HI. Trolling reel and cabinet 

Chase, Charles C. ct al. (See F.ake, Henry, assignor.) 
Chase, Charles W. (See Cook, Chase, and Beard.) 
Chase, James. (See Dexter and Chage.) 

Chase, Jetferson, Orange, Mass. Mannfactnre of wood pulp for paper 

Chase, Jefferson. Orange, Mass. Wood-pulp engine 

Chase, J. Herbert, Cambridge, Mass. Separatiug-sieve 

Chase, -T. Herbert, (Cambridge, Mass. Sifter for ashes 

Chase, Merritt & Blanchard, ct al.- (See Tregiirtha, James, assignor.) 

Chase. Mervin E., Warren, R. I. Polishlng-machine 

Chase. Richard F. M., assignor of one-half Interest to H. F. Herkner, New York, N. Y. 

Knit fabric 

Chase, Richard F. M., assignor of one-half interest to H. F. Herkner, New York, N. Y. 

Knit fabric 

Chase, Stephen H., San Jose, Cal. Fence • 

Chase, Wilham D.. assignor of one-half interest to G. W. Almy, Brooklyn, and H. S. Almy, 

New York, N. Y. Striking-clock 

Chase, William F. (Seo CoveU and Chase.) 

Chase! Zaccheu^. (See Freeborn and Chase.) 

Chaskel. James, New York, N. Y., assignor to New York Rubber Company. Whistling-toy. 

(Reissue) 

Chatterton, George H., Newark, assignor to J. C. Chatterton, Rutherford Park, and C. C. 

Eedway, Ocean'Grore, N. J. Beach-seat 

Chatterton, .John C.. et al. (See Chatterton, George H., assignor.) 

Chaumont, Jules, Woodhaven, N. Y., assignor to Xalance & Grosjean Manufacturing Com- 
pany, of New York. Grater 

Chavanette. Pierre M. J., Paris. France, assignor to A. F. W. Partz, Philadelphia, Pa. ? 

Machine for expressing the jnice from grapes, &c 5 

Cheever, Charles A., trustee. (See Ball, Charles E., assignor.) 
Cheerer, Charles A. (See Holcorabe and Cheever.) 
Cheever, Charles A. (See Rose, Allen W., assignor.) 

Cheever, Charles A., New York. N. Y. Electric speaking-telephone 

Cheever, John H., New York, N. Y. Vulcanizing rubber hose. (Reissue) 

Cheever, John H., New York, N. Y. Reclaiming rubber from old and waste vulcanized 

rubber and utilizing the same in manufacturing rubber goods 

Cheever. Joseph H., Somerville, Mass., assignor to American Bell Telephone Company. 

Galvanic battery 

Chellew. Joseph. Glasford, HI. Apparatus for cooling air 

Chellis. Edgar W. (See Drawbaugh, Daniel, assignor.) 

Chemishc Fabrik auf Actien, (Vorm E. Schering.) (See Holtz, .Julius, assignor.) 

Chenery. W.ilter H. (See Walthour, John F., assignor.) 

Chenette, Joseph E., Hillsborough, Oreg., assignor'to W. H. Wiester, San Fr.ancisco, Cal. 

Plaitino;-macliine t 

Cheney, Aaron D., Three Oaks, Mich. Hatcheling device 

Cheney, Albert 0.. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Butter-trier 

Cheney, John M.. Sonoma, Cal. Farm-gate 

Cheney, Samuel, Rouseville, Pa. Process and apparatus for distilling petroleum 

Chenoweth, George E., Baltimore, Md. Gage-cock for steam-boilei-s 

Cherry, Samuel D., Seneca City, S. C. Fruit-drier 

Chesebrough, Robert A. (See'Crikelair. Gustave J., assignor.) 
Chesley, James A. (See Brown, .Jeflferson, Jr., assignor.) 
Chesnut, Andrew A., et al. (See Barkheimer, Joseph, assignor.) 

Chester, Richard, Chicago, HI. Fog-horn for vessels 

Chester Tube and Iron Company. "(See Stott, Benjamin, assignor.) 

Chesterman, Edwin, Philadelphia, Pa. Combined runner and roller skate 

Chcsterman, Edwin, Philadelphia, Pa. Fare-register 

Chesterman, Edwin, Philadelphia, Pa. Ventilator for hats 

Chestnut. John H. W. (See Barrie, Robert C., .Jr., assignor.) 

Cheston, .Jonathan L., South Easton, Pa. Paddle for boat- wheels 

Cheswright, Charles, Parkhurst Road, county of Middlesex, England. Making capsules . . . 

Chew, .John N.. Logan, Iowa. Cattle-pen ...'. 

Chicago Stamping Company. (See Flint. William AV., assignor.) 
Chicago Stamping Company. (See AVright, Christopher, assignor. ) 

Chichester, James D., Charleston, Mich. Combined cultivator and seeder 

Chichester. Lewis S., Jersey City, N. -J. Preparing grain, &c., for grinding 

Chichester, Lewis S., .Jersey City, N.J. Mode of and apparatus for reducing cereals 

Chickering & Sons. (See Ketten, Henry, assignor.) 
Chidester. Foster B. (Sec Davies and (jhidester.) 

Child, Hubert, Wichita, Kans. Transparent sign 

Child, John M., Philadelphia, Pa. Composition for aiding the ignition of coal, &c 

Children, Edwin, East Dubuque, 111. Applying barbs to fence-wires 

Childs, Robert, Deerfield, Mass. Packing for pistons 

Childs, William A., Euglcwood, N. .J. Telephonic exchange system and device 

Chiles, George P., Camden Town, England. Covering for floors, walla, &c 

Chilson, Frederick L., Hastings, Mich. Thrce-horso equalizer 

Chinnock, Charles E., Brooklyn, N.Y.. assignorof one-half interest to J. D.Harrison, New- 
ark, N. .J. Electric conductor 



No. 



i235,934 
234,246 

228,247 

228,035 
235,(322 
229,235 
224,148 
220,380 



229,956 
230,743 



233,070 
233,071 
227,480 
227,487 

232,082 

226,595 

226,596 
235,210 

224,768 



9,255 
229,378 

226,278 
224,048 



235,508 
9,210 

233,600 

2.33,601 
233,072 



223,800 
231,998 
233,202 
233,058 
230,239 
231,008 
231,009 



23.5,509 

226,835 
226,975 
229,870 

225,567 
233.980 
232,083 



234,390 
229,803 
230,408 



225,568 
224,649 
231,272 
224,815 

225,797 

226,440 
231,760 

224,579 



D.ate. 



Dec. 28 
Nov. 9 
June 1 

May 25 
Dec. 21 
Juno 29 
Feb. 3 
June 29 



July 13 
Aug. 3 



Oct. 12 

Oct. 12 

May 11 

May 11 

Sept. 28 

Apr. 20 

Apr. 20 
Dec. 7 

Feb. 24 



June 15 
June 29 

Apr. 6 
Feb. 17 



Dec. 14 

May 25 

Oct. 26 

Oct. 26 

Oct. 12 



Jan. 27 
Sept. 7 
Oct. 12 
Oct. 20 
July 20 
Aug. 10 
Aug. 10 



Dec. 14 

Apr. 27 
Apr. 27 
.Tuly 13 

Mar. 16 
Nov. 2 
Sept. 28 



Nov. 16 
July 13 

July 27 



Mar. 16 
Feb. 17 
Aug. 17 
Feb. 24 

Mar. 23 

Apr. 13 
Aug. 31 

Feb. 17 



Monthly 
volume. 



OfDcial 
Gazette. 



1094 
515 
103 

1113 
702 

1294 
200 

1475 



520 
168 



340 
340 
463 
465 

969 

543 

545 
185 

942 



1000 
1473 



146 

786 



558 
1251 



1018 



1019 
341 



724 
150 
499 

1087 
855 
479 
480 



559 

821 
992 
427 

696 
187 
970 



706 

349 

1168 



696 

788 

791 

1001 

974 

343 
1349 

706 






^ 

PM 



303 

142 

31 

316 
199 
356 

58 
400 



144 

50 



94 
133 
133 

206 

152 

152 
50 

269 



271 
400 



42 
C222 
^223 



283 
94 



196 
39 
137 
302 
242 
136 
136 



159 

229 
C275 
^276 

118 



204 

48 

207 



190 



330 



204 



221 

283 

C280 

^281 



379 

201 



18 
18 
17 

17 
18 
17 
17 
17 



18 
18 



18 
18 
17 
17 

18 

17 

17 

18 

17 



17 
17 



17 
fl7 



18 
17 



18 



18 

18 



17 

18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 



18 
17 

[- 

18 

17 

18 

18 



18 
18 

18 



17 
17 
18 

17 

1 17 

17 
18 



1486 
1081 
1243 

1169 
1413 
1456 
236 
1479 



94 
274 



801 

801 

1005 

1065 

707 

859 

859 
1312 

404 



139G 
1479 



772 
363 



1382 
1212 



931 



932 

801 



155 
548 
828 
943 
156 
331 
331 



1383 

915 

943 

80 

.597 

1017 

707 



1120 

C8 

213 



597 
363 
388 
413 

653 

81 G 
490 

350 



38 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alpliabetical list of ^patentees — Continued. 



Namo.rosklence, and invention. 



Ko. 



Cliinnock, Charles E., BrooMyn, N". T., assignor of one-lialf interest to J. D. Harrison, iTew- 
ark, N. J. Indncedctirrent guard for electrical conductors 

Cliinnocls:, Charles E., Brooklyn, N. T., assignor to Chinnock Electric Company. Tele- 
graphic switch-board 

Chinnock Electric Company. (See Chinnock, Charles E., assignor.) 

Chinnock Electric Company. (See Einn, John L., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Chinnock Electric Company. (See Pearson, Henry G-., assignor.) 

Chinnock, George H. (See Kato and Chinnock.) 

Chinnock, George H., Brooklyn, N. T., and "W. "W'. Bennett, Jersey City, IsT. J. Mechanical 
musical instrument 

Chipley, Lucien M., St. Louis, Mo. Kibbon-holder 

Cbipley, Marshall)., New York, N. T. Corset-clasp 

Chipman, Thomas E., Mystic, Conn., and S. A. Keynolds, Hope Talley, E. I. Asle-nut 
wrench 



Chisholm, Hugh J. (See SteTena and Chisholm.) 

Chishohn, Wiiliam, Cleveland, Ohio. Shovel, spade, or fork 

Chisholm, "William, Cleveland, Ohio. Shovel-handle 

Chisholm, William, Cleveland, Ohio. Shovel 

Christ, Philip. (See Eitzhugh, Benjamin G., assignor.) 

Christey, Arthur, Buffalo, JT. Y. Pen-rack 

Christiansen, Lars P. (See Derickson, William J., assignor.) 

Christie, Alexander, Maiden, Mass. Game apparatus 

Christie, Thomas S., et al. (See Eontaine, Eugene, assignor.) 

Christman, Augustus G., Sheridan, Pa. Plow 

Christmas, Charles T., Eiverton, Miss. Hand-power attachment for sewing-machines 

Christmas, Charles T., Eiverton, Miss. Baling-press 

Christmas, Charles T., Eiverton, Miss. Bale-band tightener 

Christoiforson, Hans. (See Sullivan and Christofforson.) 

Christophel, John, St. Louis, Mo. Bitters '. 

Christy, Eritz, assignor to C. H. Hanson, Chicago, HI. Branding-stamp 

Christy, George H., trustee. (Seo Greer, Howard, assignor.) 

(ihristy, Thomas J., St. Louis, Mo. Whiffletree-hook 

Chublj, Archibald L., Grand Eapids, Mich. Plow 

Chubb, Archibald L., Grand Eapids, Mich. Plow 

Chubb, Charles M., Oakland, Cal. Tramway for curves and cable-gripes 

Chubb, Thomas H., Post M ills, Vt. Eloat and sinker for fishing-lines 

Chubb, Thomas H., Post Mills, Vt. Eeel-fastener for fishing-rods 

Chubb, Thomas H., Post Mills, Vt. Metallic reel-seat for fishing-rods 

Chubb, Thomas H., Post Mills, Vt. Metallic reel-seat for fishing-rods 

Chumi, Eobert P. (See LeNoir and Chunu.) 

Church, Dwight M., Derby, Conn. Paper strip from which to manufacture paper bobbins . . 

Church, E. Theodore, Charlotte, Mich. Bow and arrow rack. 

Church, Henry A. (Seo Shurtleff, William H., assignor.) 

Church, Henry A., Providence, E. I. Lacing-hook 

Church, Henry A., Providence, E. L Ornamental chain 

Church, Joshua G., Breckenridge, Tex. Spinning-wheel 

Church, Eobert, St. Lambert, Qnebec, Canada. Boot 

Churchill, James D., "Upper HoUoway, Great Britain. Governor 

Churchill, John, Bristol, Conn. Lantern-holder 

Churchill, Lee, Troy, N. Y. Shirt-bosom attachment 

Churchill, Moses, Lowell, Mass. Plate-lifter 

Churchman, Leister, Bryan, Ohio. Washing-machine 

Churchman, Thomas C, Sacramento, Cal. harness 

Cincinnati Tin and Japan Company et al. (See Ell, Erederic, assignor.) 
City Chemical Company. (See Marsh, James L., assignor.) 

Clacher, Thomas L., New "York, N. Y. Pamphlet-box 

Claflin, Erank 0. (See Tidd and Claflin.) 

Clairoux, Louis D., Detroit, Mich. Eruit-gathering apparatus 

Clapp, Charles P., Eipon, Wis. Trunk 

Clapp, WOliam E., Allemance, N. C. Eefrigerator 

Clardy, John W., CMHersburg, Ala, Steam road-wagon 

Clardy, John W., Childersburg, Ala. Locomotive-engine 

Clark, Allen B. and J. J., Canisteo, N. Y. Neck-yoke 

Clark, Andrew J. , Little Ealls, Minn. Book for llolding blank forms 

Clark, Beniamin F., Philadelphia, Pa. Meat-hook 

Clark, Charles B., Detroit, Ind. Door -hanger 

Clark, Charles B., and J. T. Lambert, Detroit, Mich. ; said Lambert assignor to said Clark. 

Stove-pipe damper 

Clark, Charles E., Eochester, N. H. Lasting-jack 

Clark, Chester W., Mishawaka, Ind. Machine for reducing wood to pulp 

Clark, Chester W., Mishawaka, Ind. Wood-pulp machine 

Clark, Clara P., Wakefield, Mass. Underwaist 

Clark, Cornelius, Brooklyn, assignor to himself and C. H. Smith, New York, N. Y. Euch- ? 

injj-machine 5 

Clark, Cynthia J. (See Clark, Jasper, assignor.) 

Clark, David W., Tidioute, Pa. Window-sash . . , 

Clark, David W., Tidioute, Pa. T-coupling 

Clark, Dwight S., et al. (Seo Bowers, John M., assignor.) 

Clark, Edmund H., assignor to E. H. Clark, Long Branch, N. J., and H. Van Hoevenberg, 

New York, N. Y. Device for deadening sound- vibrations in telegraph-wires 

Clark, Edward, et al. (See Weiss, William, assignor.) 

Clark, Edward, Brooklyn, N. Y. Eecovering sulphuric acid from sludge-acid 

Clark, Edward B. (Seo Perkins and Clark.) 

Clark, Ellas. (Seo Ingram and Clark.) 

Clark, EUery C, Do Pore, assignor of one-half interest to A. J. Webster, Menasha, Wis. 

Hub-turning machine 

Clark, Emily A., Alexandria, Nebr. Washing-machine 

Clark, Erastus J., St. Joseph, assignor of one-half interest to J. L. Eay, Champaign, HI. 

Car-coupling. 

Clark, Erastus J., St. Joseph, 111. Gate 

Clark, Erank E. (Seo Hadfield and Clark.) (Eeissue.) 

Clark, Franklin A., Cleveland, Ohio. Eyeglass-holder 

Clark, Eranklin L., Ijancaster, Pa. Match-lighting attachment to hats, &e 



Date. 



224,580 
229,672 



226,279 
224,581 
231,700 

227,093 

220,493 
227,831 
229,520 

223,435 

235,993 

223,666 
226,492 
228,036 
231,273 

229,604 
224,877 

223,432 
225,341 
225,342 
235,127 
235,510 
235,511 
235.512 
2.35,513 

231,536 
223,667 



227,094 
230,745 
229,093 
225,509 
231,274 
235,994 
228,514 
230,108 
220,280 
234,701 



226,717 

235,413 
232,684 
225,109 
227,096 
228,172 
227,413 
225,343 
205,345 
233,659 

235.514 
234,960 
229,588 
231,761 
235,340 

220,710 

225,570 
227,143 



227,095 
232,035 



229,090 
226,976 

223,794 
228,314 

2.35,995 

224,873 



Feb. 17 
July 6 



Apr. 6 
Feb. 17 
Aug. 31 

May 4 

Apr. 13 
May 25 
July 6 

Jan. 13 

Dec. 23 

Jan. 20 
Apr. 13 
May 25 
Aug. 17 

July 13 
Feb. 24 

Jan. 13 
Mar. 9 
Mat. 9 
Dec. 7 
Dec. 14 
Dec. 14 
Dec. 14 
Dec. 14 

Aug. 24 
Jam 20 

May 4 
Aug. 3 
June 22 
Mar. IG 
Aug. 17 
Dec. 28 
Juno 8 
July 20 
Apr. 6 
Nov. 23 



Apr. 20 

Dec. 14 

Sept. 28 
Mar. 2 
May 4 
Juno 1 
May 11 
Mar. 9 
Mar. 9 
Oct. 26 

Dec. 14 
Nov. 30 
July 6 
Aug. 31 
Dec. 14 

Apr. 20 



Monthly 
volume. 






Mar. 
May 



May 4 
Sept. 23 



Juno 22 
Apr. 27 

Jan. 20 
June 1 

Dec. 23 
Feb. 24 



708 
182 



140 

709 

1277 



403 
936 
. 12 

282 

1103 

565 

402 

1114 

793 

351 

1070 

341 

434 
435 
75 
560 
501 
562 
563 

1081 
560 

4 
171 

1144 
697 
793 

1163 
425 
709 
149 

1104 



678 

434 
971 
151 
6 
14 
379 
435 
437 

loss 

504 

1427 

94 

1349 

352 

660 



698 



972 



1146 
995 

700 
182 

1165 
1071 



202 
51 



42 
202 
359 



114 

268 

3 

75 

323 

152 
114 
317 



306 

91 
126 
126 
23, 24 
160 
160 
160 
100 

303 
153 



50 
312 
205 
222 
323 
116 
198 

42 
297 



189 

122 

267 

43 

2 

4,5 
111 
126 
127 
303 

161 

3S4 

25 

380 

90 

C189 

il90 

205 
20 



267 



313 

276 



189 
51 



323 

307 



Official 
Gazette. 



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18 



16 

17 
17 
17 

10 

18 
17 

17 
17 
17 
18 
18 
18 
18 
IS 

18 
17 

17 
18 
17 
17 
18 
18 
17 
18 
17 
13 



17 

18 
18 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
IT 
10 

18 
18 
13 
18 
18 

■17 



350 

35 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1860. 
AlpliaheUcal list of patentees — Continued. 



39 



Name, residence, and inTention . 



Clark, George, ct al. (See Long, WiUiam H.. assignor.) 
Clark, George B., Betliesda, Onio. Hand-drill. 



Clark, Hiram, Syracuse, N. T. Snovr-sliovel 

Clark, Isaiali SI., Coldwater, Mich. Paper veneer 

Clark, James B. and L. C, Plantsville, Conn. Macliine for heading holts 

Clark, James W., assignor of one-half interest to J. Algeo, Kirkersville, Ohio. Corn-planter. 

Clark, Jasper, assignor to C. J. Clark, La Porte, Pa. "SaTV-tooth s^age 

Clark, Joel J. (See Clark, Allen B. and J. J.) 

Clark, John M., Dayton, Ohio. Comhined flour hin and sifter 

Clark, Joseph, Kensington, England. Escarator 

Clark, Joseph^., Buffalo, K.Y. Fruit-drier 

Clark, J. S., ct al. (See Morgan, Hubert "W., assignor.) 

Clark, Locklin N., assignor of one-half interest to B. H. Laivson, Brighton, Mich. Straw- 
stacki 



Clark, Lucas C. (See Clark, James B. and L. C.) 

Clark, Lucas C, Plantsville, Conn. Whip-socket. (Reissue) 

Clark, Malcom G., Leicester, Mass. Wire-stretcher 

Clark, Nathan B., GennantoTvn, Pa. Armored vessel 

Clark, Partrick J. (See Kintz, Joseph, assignor.) 

Clark, Philander, Milpitas, Cal. Coin counter and changer 

Clark, Robert, Jr., assignor to Tates, Wharton & Co., Newark, N.J. Hat-flanging machine. 
Clark, Robert J., Chestnut Level, assignor of one-third interest to J. C. Butter, Summit 

Hill, Pa. Hay-tedder 

Clark, Roswcll M., McPherson, Kans. Wheel-plow , 

Clark, Samuel G., Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for extracting oil 

Clark, Samuel J., Detroit, Mich. Tinegar-generator , 

Clark, Thomas C, assignor of one-half interest to J. Stratton, Oakland, and K. E. Coady, 

Alameda. Cal. Extracting precious metals from ores 

Clark, William A. (See Jordan and Clark.) 

Clark, WUliam L. C, et al. (See Barkheimer, Joseph, assignor.) 

Clark, William P., Medford, Mass. Draft-tube for drawing soda-water, «S:c 

Clark, William K., Detroit, Mich. Shaft-coupling for two-wheeled vehicles 

Clark, William S. (See Perkins and Clark.) 

Clarke. P. De Witt. (See Ham, Charles T., assignor.) 

Clarke, F. D. W.. et al. (See Orphy, John W., assignor.) 

Clarke, Francis D.. and M. G. Foster. New Tork, N. T. Device for aiding the deaf to hear. 

Clarke, Frederick W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Separable button 

Clarke. Henrv, Loughborough, En: 



Clarke, James S., Derby, England 
Clarke, Lafe W. (See Keating, Clarke, and Gelatt.) 
Clarke, Stephen G. (See Farwell. Willard B., assignor.) 
Clarke, Thomas, Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada. Stock-car 

Clarke, Thomas, Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada. Sleeping-car. 



land. Feed mechanism for circular-knitting machines 
Machine for washing and soaking boitles, &c 



Mor- 



Sash- 



Clarkson, Edward H. N., assignor to F. B. Sloan and F. S. Clarkson, Baltimore, Md. 

tising-machine. (Reissue) 

Clarkson, Edward il. N., assignor to F. B. Sloan and F. S. Clarkson, Baltimore, Md. 

cord guide. Reissue) 

Clarkson, Frank S., et al. (See Clarkson, Edward H. N., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Clarkson, Frank S., Baltimore, Md. Bedstead-fastening 

Clarkson, Frank S., Baltimore, Md. Caster 

Clarkson, Frank S., Baltimore, Md. Sash-cord guide 

Clarkson, Frank S., Baltimore, Md. Bedstear" fasr-jning 

Class. Albert G. (See Bishop and Class.) 

Class, Albert G., assignor of one-half interest to K. D. Bishop, Cleveland, Ohio. Drain 

faucet 



Class, William F., and J. C. Briegleb, Cleveland, Ohio. Hydraulic motor 

Class, WiUiam F., assignor to K. D. Bishop, Cleveland, Ohio. Valve-gear for fluid-motors, 

Classen, August, Chicago, HI. Apparatus for teaching arithmetic 

Claussen, Clans C, Chicago, 111. Bridge-gate 

Clantier, George, Attleborough, Mass. Collar button and stud 

Clawson, Clement C, assignor of one-half interest to W. Simpson, Raleigh, N. C. Machine 
for measuring and packing tobacco. (Reissue) 

Clawson, Milton J., assignor of one-half interest to L. Fisher, Eaton, Ohio. Seeding-ma- 
chine 



Clay, Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. Underground- telegraph conductor 

Clay, Moses W., Foxburg, assignor of one-half interest to S. B. Mercer, Loyalhanna town- 
snip, Clarion county. Pa. Device for converting motion 

Clav, Robert J., Waterbury, Conn., assignor of one-fourth interest to A. H. Dodd, New York, 
N. Y. Toy watch 

Clayton, Harry, Philadelphia, Pa. Fan 

Clayton, Herbert, Cincinnati, Ohio. Stove-pipe shelf 

Clayton, Jacob P., et al. (Sec Donaldson, Samuel, assimor.) 

Clayton, John, assignor to M. A. Clayton, Bratnerd, Minn. Colter 

Clayton, Mary A. (See Clayton, John, assignor.) 

Clayton, Oliver P., Holly Springs, Ga. Tuyere 

Clayton, William H., Carrollton, Ga. Tenon-sawing machine 

Clearwaters, James A., assignor of one-half interest to E. Miller, Goodland, Ind. Check- 
row corn-planter , 

Cleary, John. (See Dillon and Cleary.; 

Cleary, John. (See Dillon and CJleary.) (Reissue.) 

Cleave, Walter E., and H. Gordon, Howell, Mich. Musical chart 

Cleaveland, Lorenzo D., Chicago, HI . Sash-fastener 

Cloavcland, Lorenzo D., Chicago, HI. Sash-fa.stening 

Cleaves, Alfred H.. Springfield, HI. Machine for stoning watch-plates, &c 

Clement, Austin, Chicago, HI. Overalls 

Clement, Benjamin P., assignor to Buck's Stove Company. St. Loois, Mo. Heating-stovo- . 

Clement, John P., Grinnell. Iowa. Cattle-pump 

Clements, James. (See Dill. Thomas, assignor.) 

Clements, Jannaro S., San Francisco, C.'al. Automatic railway-switch.' 

Clements, Thomas, Jersey C it v, N. J. Trap or valve for safety-pipca 



No. 



230,740 
232,456 
224,388 
230,920 
227,488 
220,977 

220,441 
234,851 
233,073 



225,344 

9,354 
230,529 
231,899 

232,596 
228,606 

231,211 
230,528 
224,075 
235,996 

229,586 



229,304 
231,212 



226,902 
234,754 

234,535 

228,868 

225,507 
232,686 

9,221 

9,222 

223,837 
223,838 
225,969 

228,728 

224,582 
223,707 

226,494 

234,247 
227,613 
234,901 

9,172 

226,442 
226,159 

233,982 

223,884 
225,346 
229,957 

229,331 

233,602 
233,981 

230,469 



223,994 
228,729 
231,401 
231,275 
234,391 
232,457 
229,587 

230,130 
329,094 



Date. 



Aug. 3 
Sept. 21 
Feb. 10 
Aug. 10 
May 11 
Apr. 27 

Apr. 13 
Nov. 30 
Oct. 12 



Mar. 9 

Aug. 24 
July 27 
Sept. 7 

Sept. 28 
June 8 

Aug. 17 
July 27 
Feb. 3 
Dec. 28 

July 6 



June 29 
Aug. 17 



Apr. 27 
Nov. 23 

Nov. 16 

June 15 

Mar. 16 
Sept. 23 

June 1 

June 1 

Jan. 27 
Jan. 27 
Mar. 30 
June 15 

Feb. 17 
Jan. 20 

Apr. 13 

Nov. 9 
May 18 
Nov. 30 

Apr. 27 

Apr. 13 
Apr. 6 

Nov. 2 

Jan. 27 
Mar. 9 
July 13 

June 29 

Oct. 26 
Nov. 2 

July 27 



Feb. 3 
June 15 
Aug. 24 
Aug. 17 
Nov. 16 
Sept. 21 
July 6 

Dec. 28 
June 22 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



172 
712 
480 
383 
406 
990 

343 

1294 
342 



430 

1204 

1232 

25 

871 
540 

728 
1231 

124 
1165 

93 



1382 
729 



904 
1163 

873 

883 



973 



300 
302 



771 



1190 
708 



710 
007 

404 

515 
Oil 

1428 

1140 

344 
12 

183 

831 
438 
521 

1477 

1019 
187 

1169 



24 
709 
932 
790 
707 
713 

94 

1333 
1145 



51 
197 
137 
110 
134 



98 

348 

94 



127 

337 

348 
6 

241 
144 

204 

347 

36 

324 



^9 

204 



251 

314 

C232 

1233 

241 



625 183 
(267 



<268 
(209 



85 

206 
200 
338 
194 



202 
I 162 
1103 
Ul4 
I 115 
'142 
175 
334 

312 

93 
4 

49 

222 
127 
144 

400 

234 
48,49 

330 



195 
203 
223 
190 
197 
25 



18 
18 
17 
18 
17 
17 

17 
18 

18 



18 
18 
18 

18 
17 

18 
18 
17 
18 

18 



17 

18 



17 
18 

}13 

17 

f' 

17 

17 

17 
17 
17 
17 

17 
I- 

}- 

13 
17 

13 

17 

17 
17 

18 

17 
17 
18 



18 
18 



13 



17 
17 
18 

18 
18 
18 
18 



to 



274 
650 
302 
310 
1065 
943 

816 

1230 

801 



542 

462 

224 
528 

690 
1320 

378 

223 

224 

1498 

23 



1468 
376 



929 
1202 

1149 

1380 

584 
707 

1275 

1275 

163 

163 

701 

1350 

350 
125 

820 

1081 
1100 
1252 

965 

810 
748 

1018 

172 

543 

94 

1480 

932 
1018 

213 



207 
1350 

419 

389 
1120 

656 
23 



367 13 1520 
312 17 . 1426 



40 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued 



Name, residence, and invcation. 



Cleminshaw, Sherman, Troy, IST. Y., and B. AV. Eandall, Madison, K. J. Siphon 

Clemmens, Samnel B., Springfield, Ohio. Refrigerator 

demons, Alfred, Buffalo, N. T. Machine for holding up ceiling-paper while hanging the same . 
demons, De Laski T., assignor to himself and J. M. Deutsoh, Hornellsville, N. Y. Tifble- 

leaf support 

Clendenin, James "W., et al. (See Hadden, William, assignor.) 

Clerk. Dugald, Glasgow, North Britain. Gas-motor engine - 

Cleveland, Charles H., Caddo Parish, La. Suspender-clasp 

Cleveland, Edwin K., TJnionville, Ohio. Condensed cider compound 

Cleveland, Orestes. (See Holton, Francis H., assignor.) 

CliflF, Edward, Newark, N. J., assignor of one-half interest to E. Vose, New Torlf, N. Y.- 

Car-spring 

Cliff, Edward, Newark, assignor to Cliff & Righter, West Bergen, N. J. Car-sprinj 

Cliff & Eighter. (See Cliff, Edward, assignor.) 

Clifford, John, Chicago, 111. Hose-nozzle 

Clime, John C. (See Ealtz, Henry W., Sr., assignor.) 
Climer, Henry. (See Jones and Stewart, assignors.) 

Climie, Andrew, Ann Arbor, Mich. Eence-post 

Climie, Andrew, Ann Arhor, Mich. Commode 

Climie, Andrew, Ann Arbor, Mich. Bolt 

Cline, George J., Goshen, Ind. Pruning implement 

Clinton, Charles A. (See Matthai and Clinton.) 

Clinton, Henry E., Augusta, Ga. Lamp-stand 

Clinton, Henry E., Augusta, Ga. Box-fastener 

Clippinger, Isaiah A., Plainfield, 111., assignor to himself and H. Henley, Bloomington, Ind. 

Bed-bottom spring ', 

Clogston, Lucius B., Fair Haven, Vt. Stone-turning lathe 

Clogston, Lucius B., Fair Haven, Vt, Slate-sawing machine 

Clopton, John B., Elgin, Tex. Mechanical telegraph-sounder 

Close, Charles T., Brooklyn, N. Y. Door-check 

Close, Jacob H., PhiUipsburg, Kans. Plow 

Close, John W^, Buffalo, N. Y. Eotary snow-clearer for railway -tracks 

Close, John W. , Buffalo, N. Y. Snow-clearer for railway-tracks, &c 

Cloud, William H., Otsego, Mich. Pump-brake 

Clough, Aaron S., Meredith, assignor of one-half interest to M. H. Merrow, New Hampton, 

N. H. Eeversible plow 

dough, Francis W., assignor to N. C. Newell, Springfield, Mass., and J. C. Dickinson, \ 
New York, N. Y. Machine for attaching buttons to sale-cards i 

Clough, Francis W., assizor of one-half to N. C. Newell, Springfield, Mass., and J. C. \ 
Dickinson, New York, N. Y. Gage-lathe 3 

Clough, Frederick M. (See Nunns and Clough.) 

Clough, John B. (See Horsley, William E., assignor.) 

Clough, Joseph, Providence, E. I. Eeclining-chair 

Clough, Joseph, Providence, E. I. Animal-shears 

Clough, Morton M., Marlborough, Mass. Machinery for skiving leather 

Clough, William E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Chair 

Clough, William E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Wire hook and tack 

Clough, William E., Newark, N. J. Nursery -pin 

Clough, William E., Newark, N. J. Nursery -pin 

Clouse, George W., et al. (See McAnulty, John A., assignor.) 

Clubb, Eobert. (See Wright, Clnbb, Nash, and Klees.) 

Cluett, J, W. Alfred, Troy, N. Y. Collar 

Clute, Theodore N. (See Zimmerman and Clute.) 

Cluxton, James E., Hillsborough, Ohio. Water-elevator 

Cluxton, John A., Bentonville, Ohio. Drag-saw 

Coady, Eichard E., et al. (See Clark, Thomas C, assignor,) 

Coale, Atlee Y., et al. (See Liehmann, Herman F. W., assignor.) 

Coaney, George D., et al. (See Murdoch and Haynes, assignors.) (Eeissue.) 

Coart, James, Harrisburg, Pa. Car-coupling 

Cobb, Oliver P., assignor of one-half interest to J. Black, Aurora, Ind. Machine for assort- 
ing nails 

Cobi), Samuel C, assignor to J. B. Crosby, Janesville, Wis. Harrow '. 

Cobb, Samuel C, assignor to J. B. Crosby, JanesviUe, Wis. Harrow-tooth attachment 

Cobb, Samuel C, assignor to J. B. Crosby, Janesville, Wis. Harrow-tooth attachment 

Cobb, Samuel C, assignor to J. B. Crosby, Janesville, Wis. Spring-tooth harrow 

Cobb, Thomas, Brookfield, Ga. Stringed musical instrument 

Cobb, Walter T. G., Midway, Ala. Horse-power equalizer 

Coburn, Joseph W., East Walpole, Mass. Door -hanger 

Cobum, Melville B., Cincinnati, Ohio. Machine for molding firc-kindlers and fuel 

Coburn, Melville B., Cincinnati, Ohio. Stove-pipe shelf 

Cochran, James, East New York, N. Y. Electro-magnetic car-brake 

Cochran, James T., Brooklyn, N. Y. Horseshoe. ...' 

Cochran, Thomas, Brooklyn, N. Y. Telegraphic sounder 

Cochran, Thomas, Brooklyn, N. Y. Circuit-equalizer for telegraph-sounders 

Cochran, Thomas, Brooklyn. N. Y. Ad.instabie armature for electrical apparatus 

Cochrane, Thomas A., San Francisco, Cal., assignor, by mesne assignment.s, to J. Hendy. 
Feeder for quartz-mills. (Eeissue) 

Cochrane, Thomas A., San Francisco, Cal., assignor to J. Hendy. Ore-stamp feeder. (Ee- 
issue) .". 

Cochrane, William F., Harper's Ferry, W. Va. Mechanical movement 

Codding, Seth E., New Bedford, Mass. Underground conduit for telegraph-conductors 

Coddington, William C, assignor to S. G. B. Cook, Baltimore, Md. Caster 

Coddington, William C, Baltimore, Md. Faucet 

Coddington. WOliam C, assignor of two-thirds interest to C. S. and H. D. Shriver, Balti- 
more, Md. Whifiietree-hook 

Coddington, William O ,. assignor of two-thirds interest to C. S. and H. D. Shriver, Balti- 
more, Md. Wrench 

Coddington, William C, assignor of one-half interest to S. G. B. Cook, Baltimore, Md. Vul- 
canite-fiber cutter 

Cody, Michael. Boston, Mass. Machine for washing bottles, lamp-chimneys, tniabiers, &c . . 

Coe, Franklin L. (See Snow and Coe.) 

Coc, Frederick W. (See Willard, Hosea, assignor.) 

Coe, Stephen A„ Yates Centre, N, Y. Sheep-rack 

Coes, .JoIiD H., Worcester, Mass. Wrench 



No. 



Date. 



224,149 
234,457 
230,404 

227,732 

230,470 
231,999 
233,728 



226,597 
231,1.50 

229,521 



228,037 
228,313 
235,741 
225,798 

233,983 
233,984 

232,390 
224,150 
232,000 
229,095 
227,414 
223,708 
225,917 
220,222 
224,389 

232,001 

224,583 

234,536 



228,869 
232,938 
227,347 
234,537 
235,515 
230,240 
234,962 



230,109 

234,538 
226,718 



232,687 

225,919 
224,273 
224,274 
224,275 
235,071 
223,318 
228,173 
228,007 
224,096 
227,733 
231,276 
224,276 
228,608 
228,871 
235,997 

9,048 

9,061 
234,906 
231,537 
223,839 
228,038 

229,959 

231,763 

233,205 

232,458 



220,050 
232.114 



Feb. 3 
Nov. 16 
July 27 

May 18 

July 27 
Sept. 7 
Oct. 26 



Apr. 20 
Aug. 17 

July 6 



May 25 
June 1 
Dec. 21 
Mar. 23 

Nov. 2 
Nov. 2 

Sept. 21 
Feb. 3 
Sept. 7 
June 22 
May 11 
Jan. 20 
Mar. 30 
Apr. 6 
Feb. 10 

Sept. 7 

Feb. 17 



Nov. 16 



June 15 

Oct. 5 

May 11 

Nov. 16 

Dec. 14 

July 20 

Nov. 30 



July 20 

Nov. 16 
Apr. 20 



Sept. 28 

Mar. 30 
Feb. 10 
Feb. 10 
Feb. 10 
Dec. 7 
Jan. 6 
Juno 1 
June 8 
Mar. 2 
May IS 
Aug. 17 
Feb. 10 
June 8 
June 15 
Dec. 28 

Jan. 20 

Feb. 3 
Nov. 30 
Aug. 24 
Jan. 27 
May 25 

July 13 

Aug. 31 

Oct. 12 
Sept. 21 



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Sept. 14 



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1163 



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645 



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190 

629 
201 
152 

1146 
379 
610 

1115 

85 

481 

155 

711 

875 



170 
309 

878 

565 

858 

1428 



710 

879 
679 

976 

1118 
348 
349 
351 

12 
133 

15 
541 

15 
752 
796 
352 
542 
886 
1166 

702 

320 
13C1 

1082 

773 

1115 

523 

1351 

S02 
713 



609 
286 



58 
211 
307 

212 

331 
39 



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51 

234 

281 

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40 

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)234 



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243 
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319 
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33 

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324 

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1018 

643 
237 
548 
1426 
1051 
126 
691 
761 
302 

549 

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1149 



1380 
766 
1040 
1150 
1383 
156 
1252 



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708 

691 

281 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
AlpJiabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



43 



Name, residence, andinTentioE. 



Goes, Lorin<r, "Worcester, Mass. Wrench 

Coffin, Cbarlcs C, Boston, Mass. Convertible grain-car 

Coffman. Jacob H.. "West Philadelphia, Pa. Vehicle-brate 

Coggin, Simon L., Oxford, Miss. Harrow and cultivator 

Coggins, O. Chester, assignor to 0. B. IN'orlh &. Co., New Haven, Conn. Carriage-top 

Coggins, 0. Chester, New Haven, Conn. Carriage-spiln^ 

Coggins, 0. Chester, assignor to 0. B. North & Co.. New Haven, Conn. Carriage-top 

Cojrgswell, Charles, Dodge Centre, Minn. Bob-sled 

Cohen, Isaac S., New York, N. Y. Combined tippet and collaret 

Cohen, Jacob, et al. (See Dav, John E., assignor.) 

CoUen. Phillip, Selma, Ala. "Bale-tag 

Cohn, Joseph, New York. N. Y. Spittoon 

Cohn. Moritz. New York, N. Y. Corset 

Coit. Eobert A.. New York. N. Y. Lamp-cap 

Colahan, Charles. (See Mudgett, Joseph H., assignor.) (Eeissne.) 
Colbert, Obadiah M. (See Adair and Colbert.) 

Colbum, Adonimm J., Greenville, Mich. Straw-cutter 

Colbnm. George S., Gardner, Slass Attachment for cane-shaving machines 

Colby, John H. (See Turner, Isaac P.. assismor.) 

Colby. John J. (See Wentworth and ColbyO 

Cole, Benjiimin, et al. (See Glenn, Lawrence, assignor.) 

Cole, Charles L.. Bushnell, 111., assignor of one-half interest to J. A. James. Coffee-roaster, 

Cole, Columbus M. (See Cole. Joseph W. and C. M.) 

Cole, Francis M., Milford, N. H. Carding-machine 

Cole, George P., assignor of three-fourths interest to J. and P. Keck and P. Hedden, Johns- 
town. N. Y. Composition for cleansing marble, &c 

Cole, Henry, Eoyalton, Ohio. Eiding attachment for cultivators 

Cole. James A., Northville, N. Y. Heel-plate 

Cole, James A., Northville, N. Y. Counter and beel protector 

Cole, .Tames E.. "Warm Springs, N. C. Hydraulic engine 

Cole, John J., St. Louis, Mo. Lightning-rod 

Cole. John L.. "Williamstown. Mass. Car brake and starter 

Cole. .Joseph "W. and C. M.. "Warren County, Ky. Centrifugal honey-extractor 

Colo. J. Wendell, Columbus, Ohio. Grinding and polishing wheel 

Cole, J. "Wendell, Columbus, Ohio. Direct-acting steam-engine 

Cole. Seymour S., Aurora, Ind. Hitching device 

Cole, "Wesley, Eochester, Minn. Vehicle-spring 

Coleman, Albert G., et al. (See Atwater, John 15., assignor.) 

Coleman, Ezra, San Francisco, Cal. Eoct-erusher 



Coleman, Ezra, San Francisco, Cal. Box for amalgamator spindles and shafts 

Coleman, Ezra, San Francisco, Cal. Ore-stamp feeder 

Coleman, Jairus. Peoria, HI. Grain-spout for loading cars, &c 

Coleman. John H., New York, and G. "W. Aldrich, Brooklyn, N. Y. Oil-can faucet 

Coleman, John H., New York, and G. "W. Aldrich, Brooklyn, N. Y. Oil-can faucet 

Coleman, John H. S. (See Hall and Coleman.) 

Coleman, Joseph J., Glasgow, Scotland. Eefrigerating apparatus 

Coleman, "William S. (See Hazlewood, Eea^in, and Coleman.) 
Coleman, "William T. (See "Winter, Alexander "W., assignor.) 

Coler. Peter P., Clymer, "Wis. Mower 

Colfelt. James P.. "Winchester, Va.. Journal-bearing 

Coll. Hugh, Black HawkP. 0., Pa. Ejector. (Eeissue) 

Coll. Hugh, Black Hawk, Pa. Steam-operated water-ejector. (Eeissue) 

Colladay, .Jacob "W., Decatur, 111. Corn-planter 

CoUaday, Joseph 0. (See Herschel, "William D., assignor.) 

CoUat, Isaac. Boston, Mass. Ink-fountain 

Colleuder, Hugh "W. (See De Gaetiino, Stephen, assignor.) 
CoUender. Hugh "W. (See "Walsh. John, assignor.) 

CoUian, Victor, Detroit, Mich. "Washing-machine 

Collignon, Claudius O., "Westwood, N. .1. Folding rocking-chair 

CoUinge, Alexander J., Independence, Iowa. Steam-generator 

Collingham. Barnard. (See Newton, Eobert, assignor.) 
Collings. Edward Z., et al. (See Lamb, Eestore B., assignor.) 

Ceilings, "William, Afton, Iowa. Feed-steamer 

Collingwood, James H., Ponghkeepsie, N. Y. Eailway-rail 

Collingwood, James H., Ponghkeepsie, N. Y. Eailway-chair 

Collingwood, William A. (See Martin. Timothy A., assignor.) 

Collins, Andrew J., Kansas Citv. Mo. Earth-auger 

Collins, Caroline D.. Lebanon, if. H. Shoe 

Collins Company. (See Chapman. Luke, assignor.) , 

Collins, Cope & Co., A. M. (See Hastings, Orlando B., assignor.) 

Collins, Daniel, Zanesfield, Ohio. Grain- meter 

Collins. Daniel. Princess Anne, Md. Liniment 

Collins, Daniel H.. J. "W. T. Tuttle, and H. C. Collins, New Haven, Conn. Velocipede 

Collins, Davis. (See Dark, ColUns, and. Nelson.) 

Collins, Era.stus, et al. (See Morgan, Hubert "W., assignor.) 

Collins. George, and J. Longton, Detroit, Mich. Car-brake 

Collins, Henry C. (See Collins, Tuttle, and Collins.) 

Collins, Henry H., Pittsburg. Pa. Tube-expander 

Collins, .John, Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for generating gas for soda-water 

Collins, .John. Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for generating gas for mineral waters 

Av agon for gaseous-liquid fountains 

Lining gas - generators, acid-chambers, and fountains for 



Y. 
Y. 



Collins, .John, Brooklyn. N 
Collins, John. Brooklyn, N 

mineral waters ' 

Collins, .Tohn. Brooklyn, N. Y. Wagon for gaseons-liquid fountains 

Collins, .Tobn. Brooklyn. N. Y. Faucet for dispensing mineral water 

Collins, John K., Lebanon. N. H. Mop-head 

Collins, John K., Lebanon, N. H. Combined wrench and screw-driver 

Collins, John "W., Chic.igo, 111. Middlings-purifier 

Collins, .John "W., Chicago, Dl. Device for clearing the meshes of screens or bolts 

(Collins, John "W., Chicago, Dl. Dust-arrester for flour-mills 

Collins, John "W.. Chicago, HI. Cockle-separator 

Collins, Joseph, Conshohocken, Pa. Grate 



No. 



229,673 
225,918 
227,348 
233,730 
224,879 
225,970 
228,444 
234,963 
228,873 

231,277 
232,391 
224,076 

238,730 



230,747 
224,515 



224,392 

233,206 

234,539 
224,390 
226,720 
231,764 
226,598 
229,382 
223,885 
224,654 
226,978 

233,208 

230,922 
234,964 



Date. 



July 6 
Mar. 30 
May 11 
Oct. 26 
Feb. 24 
Mar. 30 
June 8 
Nov. 30 
June 15 

Aug. 17 
Sept. 21 
Feb. 3 
June 15 



Aug. 3 
Feb. 17 



Feb. 10 

Oct. 12 

Nov. 16 
Feb. 10 
Apr. 20 
Aug. 31 
Apr. 20 
June 29 
Jan. 27 
Feb. 17 
Apr. 27 

Oct. 12 

Aug. 10 
Nov. 30 



Monthly 
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223,581 Jan. 13 



224,277 
228,609 
232,597 
229,805 
229,806 

226,281 



234,965 

224,391 

9,199 

9,380 

223.483 

232,335 



231,762 
223,995 
232,459 



233,074 
229,522 
234,458 



22,"), 508 
227,097 



227,217 
228,870 
230,170 



227,218 

223,840 
228,315 
231,538 
231,539 

231,.540 
2.32,002 
232,003 
232,688 
234,540 
227,882 
227,883 
227,957 
235,023 
223,034 



Feb. 10 
June 8 
Sept. 28 
July 13 
July 13 

Apr. 6 



Nov. 30 
Feb. 10 
May 18 
Sept. 21 
Jan. 13 

Sept. 21 



Aug. 31 
Feb. 3 
Sept. 21 



Oct. 12 
July 6 
Nov. 16 

Mar. 16 
May 4 



May 4 
June 15 
July 20 



May 4 

Jan. 27 
June 1 
Aug. 24 
Aug. 24 

Aug. 24 
Sept. 7 
Sept. 7 
Sept. 28 
Nov. 10 
May 25 
May 25 
May 25 
Dec. 21 
Jan. 20 



183 
1116 

311 
1164 
1072 
1191 

334 
1430 



798 
629 
126 
710 



173 

629 



484 

503 

881 
482 
682 

1352 
546 

1477 
832 
793 
997 

505 

386 
1430 



455 

353 
543 

872 
351 
352 

150 



1431 
483 
901 
847 
342 

556 



1350 
25 

714 



343 

15 

789 

629 

7 



154 
886 

784 



155 

773 

183 

1083 

1083 

1084 
1.57 
157 
977 
882 
937 
939 

1030 
704 
.529 



51 
319 

90 
323 
307 
338 

92 
384 
242 

223 

173 

36 

195 



51 
182 



139 
138 



Official 
Gazette. 



138 
190 
380 
153 
407 
222 
224 
277 
(139 
il40 
111 
385 

n23 

^24 
101 
145 

241 
98 
98 

43 



385 
138 
257 
236 
91 

154 



380 

8 
198 



95 

4 

212 

184 
2 



45 
219 



46 

207 

51 

304 

304 



40 
41 
269 
235 
269 
209 
294 
199 
142 



17 

18 

18 
17 
17 
18 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 

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18 
18 



18 
17 

18 



17 
17 

18 



17 

17 
17 
18 
18 

18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
17 
17 
17 
18 
17 



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35 

091 

1040 

955 

425 

702 

1290 

1253 

1380 

389 

643 

224 

1356 



274 
337 



302 

828 

1150 
302 
881 
491 
860 

1480 
172 
364 
943 

829 

317 
1253 



92 

281 
1320 

691 
68 
68 

773 



1253 
302 

1146 

680 

73 

031 



491 
207 
656 



801 

10 

1134 

585 
980 



1003 

1380 

145 



loce 

103 

1257 

442 

442 

442 

54!> 

549 

708 

1150 

1163 

1163 

1177 

1413 

m 



42 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alpliabeticdl list of patentees — Continued. 



K'ame, residence, and invention. 



Collins, .Joseph H., Jr. (See Granjier and Collins.) 

Collins, Patrick B., Soutli Boston.'Mass. Support for carriage-tops 

Collins, Stephen. Indianapolis, Ind. Machine lor scraping animal carcasses 

Collins, Val P., Covington, Ky. Apparatus for evaporating brine 

Collins, Warren, andC.F. Penniniau, Janesville, "Wis. Harness-lrackle 

Collins, "Warren, and C. F. Penniman, Janesville, Wis. Snap-hook 

Collins, William G., Clean, assignor, by mesne assignments, to T. V. Allia, New York, IST. Y. 

Barbed fence. (Eeissue) 

Collins, William H., Chelsea, Mass. Soda-water apparatus 

Collis, Fred L., Freedom Centre, 111. Com-liusking machine 

Coloney, Myron, assignor to J. H. McLean, St. Louis, Mo. Time-shell 

Coloney, Myron, assignor to J. H. McLean, St. Louis, Mo. Timo-firing mechanism for shells, 

torpedoes, &c 

Coloney, Myron, assignor to J. H. McLean, St. Louis, Mo. Breech-loading ordnance 

Coloney, Myron, assignor to J. H. McLean, St. Louis, Mo. Machine-gun 

Coloney, Myi'On, assignor to J. H. McLean, St. Louis, Mo. Magazine-gun 



K'o. 



Coloney, Myron, Hew Haven, Conn., assignor to J. H. McLean, St. Louis, Mo. Cartridge. . . 

Coloney, Myron, New Haven, Conn., assignor to J. H. McLean, St. Louis, Mo. Cartridge. - . 

Coloney, Myron, New Haven, Conn., assignor to J. H. McLean, St. Louis, Mo. Marine tor- 
pedo. 



Coloney, Myron, New Haven, Conn., assignor to J. H. McLean, St. Louis, Mo. Machine-gun. 
Coloney, Myron, New Haven, Conn., assignor to J. H. McLean, St. Loixis, Mo. Machine- ? 

gun 5 

Coloney, Myron, New Haven, Conn., assignor of one-half to E. Thompson, New York, N. Y. 

Marine velocipede 

Coloney, Myron, New Haven, Conn., assignor of one-half to E. Thompson, New York, N. Y. 

Swimming apparatus 

Colahorn, William. (See Canis, Franz, assignor.) 

Colt, Alva M., Batavia, N. Y. Bolt-holder 



Coltman, Thomas, Leicester, England. Stop-motion for spinning-machines 

Coltman, Thomas, Leicester, England. Apparatus for stopping, connecting, and discon- 
necting shafts 

Colvin, Benoni, Freeport, 111. Hand-truck 

Colvin, Benoni, Freeport, 111. Barrel-truck 

Colvin, John, et al. (See Brace, AVilliam H., assignor.) 

Colvin, Orson, assignor of one-half interest to E. A. Mills, Schoolcraft, Mich. Windmill. . . 

Colvin, Bobert J., assignor of one-half interest to I. L. Landis, Lancaster, Pa. Combined ^ 
rake and tedder 3 

Colwell, Joseph, et al. (See Miiller, Tiele H., assignor.) 

Colwell, William S., Pittsburg, Pa. Eisulphideof-carbon engine 

Combes, Isaac, Heckland, Ind. Fruit-picker 

Comee, George W. (See Foley and Comee.) 

Comer, Henry B., Philadelphia, Pa. Boll for rolling iron, steel, &c 

(Domer, Henry B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Cambria Iron Company, Johnstown, 
Pa. Machinery for rolling wire. (Beissue) 

Comerford, James, Rathdnim, Ireland. Device for balancing millstones on their spindles. - 

C^omey, Frank E., et al. (See Campbell. Duncan H., assignor.) 

Comey, Willard, Westborougli, Mass. Manufacture of hats and bonnets 

Comins, Charles S., Boston, Mass. Device for heating fluids 

CJomins, Thomas B., Jr., New York, N. Y. Device for compressing corks 

Compagnie Industrielle Des Proc6d6s Eaoul Piotet. (See Eibourt, L6on, assignor.) 

Compound Liunber Company. (See Brock, William E., assignor.) 

Compton, James. (See Maloney and Compton.) 

Comstock, Charles, Eacine, Wis. Corner-iron for wagon-bodies... 

Comstock, Charlie M., Windsor, N. Y. Machine for rolling whips 

Comstock, Harry, Fulton, N. Y. Trace or driving-rein 

Comstock, Henry W., Mount Pleasant, Iowa. Tuck-creaser for sewing-machines 

Comstock, LeviM., Milwaukee, Wis. Drag-saw machine 

Conant, Eugene H. and G. F., Camden, N. Y. Knockdown rocking-chair 

Conant, George F. (See Conant, Eugene H. and G. F.) 

Conboy, Daniel, Uxbridge, Ontario, Canada. Carriage-top 

Concannon, Patrick, Wallingford, Conn. Device for plating spoons 

Condict, Nathan W., Jr., Jersey (i!ity, N. .T. Portable railway 

Condict, Nathan W.. Jr., Jersey City, N. J. Portable railway. (Eeissue) 

Condict, Nathan W., Jr., Jersey City, N. J. Portable railway 

Condo, Daniel, East Gormantown, lid. Plow 

Condon, Jackson D. (See Shoemaker, Elias H., assignor.) 

Cone, Ezra G.. et al. (See Barton. Elijah C, assignor.) 

Congdon. David, New Berne, N. C. Stave for barrels ♦ 

Conger, Walter M., Newark, N. J. Child's table-tray. (Eeissue) 

ConklLn, Augustus H., et al. (See Barton, Elijah C, assignor.) 

Conklin, Benjamin Y., Brooklyn, N. Y. Foot-rest for registers 

Conklin, James. (Seo Hallock, Valentine H., assignor.) 

Conklin, .Joseph I. , Jr., New York, N. Y. Track circuit-closer 

Conklin, Ttieodore F., assignor to himself and A. G. Euggles, Fond du Lao, Wis. Faucet. . 

Conlan, Bernard, and J. O'Neil, Newark, N.J. Bag-lock ' 

Connel. James M., Newark, Ohio. Machine for sharpening mower and reaper knives 

Connell, John H., Charleston, Kanawha Court-House, W. Va. Pen-fountain 

Connell, John P., Kensington, Conn. Call-bell 

Connellec, Charles U., et al. (Seo Wood, Edmund L., assignor.) 

Connelly, .John, Hallowell. Mo. Sewing-machine 

Connelly, Martin, Philadelphia, Pa. Printing-ink 

Connelly, Thomas, Philadelphia, Pa. Heating apparatus 

Conner,' William N., et al. (See Pierce, George H., assignor.) 

Connett, Matthew F. (Seo Lear and Connett.) 

Connett, Matthew F., Little Eock, Ark. Baling-press 

ConnifF, James, Oconto, Wis. Vehicle-axle 

Connolly, Patrick, Brooklyn, N. Y. Hydrant 

Connor, J'ohn, and 0. A. Wadsworth, assignors to J. L. Orr, Allegheny, Pa. Fire-grate 

Connor, John M. (See Beebe, Connor, and Beebe.) 

Connor, Samuel B., and H. Dods, Virginia City, Nev. Automatic balance attachment for 
delivery -valves of air-compressors and water-pumps 



233,729 
224,816 
229,871 

228,872 
235,072 

9,211 
232,803 
228,174 
225,459 

225,460 
225,461 
225,462 

231,652 

225,403 
225,404 

225,465 
225,460 

231,653 

233,919 

235,669 

226,836 
232,240 

232,241 
227,489 
229,958 

226,036 
227,734 

225,689 
231,765 

227,737 

9,321 
233,207 

234,852 
229,098 
229,960 



234,853 
226,495 
235,211 
232,175 
233,731 
229,097 

2'20,389 
225,571 
229,074 
9,298 
233,477 
235,341 



229.099 
9;304 

231,402 

234,657 
223,880 
233,921 
220,037 
231,403 
225,690 

223,611 
235,670 
233,328 



224,055 
224,077 
223,278 
234,907 



232,939 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 






Oct. 26 
Feb. 24 
July 13 
June 15 
Dec. 7 

Mav 25 
Oct': _5 
Juno " 1 
Mar. 16 

Mar. 16 
Mar. 16 
Mar. 16 

Aug. 31 

Mar. 10 
Mar. 16 

Mar. 10 
Mar. 10 

Aug. 31 



Nov. 2 

Dec. 21 

Apr. 27 
Sept. 14 

Sept. 14 
May 11 
July 13 

Mar. SO 
May 18 

Mar. 23 
Aug. 31 

May 13 

July 27 
Oct. 12 

Nov. 30 
June 22 
July 13 



Nov. 30 
Apr. 13 
Dec. 7 
Sept. 14 
Oct. 26 
June 22 

Apr. 13 
Mar. 16 
July 6 
July 13 
Oct. 19 
Dec. 14 



June 22 
July 20 

Aug. 24 

Nov. 23 
Jan. 27 
Nov. 2 
Mar. 30 
Aug. 24 
Mar. 23 

June 8 
Dec. 21 
Oct. 19 



Feb. 17 
Feb. 3 
Jan. C 
Nov. 30 



Oct. 



1164 
1002 

428 

887 

14 

1253 

7 

10 

572 

573 

574 
570 

1223 

578 
579 

580 
580 

1225 



104 
753 



323 
284 
118 
242 
4 

355 

2,3 

5 

105 

106 
166 
167 
C343 
^344 
167 
167 

168 

163 

C344 

1345 

27,28 

214 



Official 
Gazette. 



822 


229 


438 


C120 
1121 


440 


12] 


463 


134 


523 


144 


1272 


356 


754 


C212 
1213 


844 


246 


1352 


381 


757 


214 


1319 


372 


503 


139 


1295 


348 


1148 


314 


524 


145 


1296 


349 


405 


115 


186 


50 


355 


99 


1105 


324 


1147 


314 


274 


81 


698 


205 


184 


51 


694 


193 


855 


235 


352 


97 


1149 


314 


1039 


294 


933 


263 


1050 


283 


834 


222 


106 


29 


1273 


359 


933 


203 


850 


240 


545 


145 


754 




677 


186 


794 


224 


128 


30 


84 


21 


1303 


300 


171 


45 



18 
17 
18 
17 
13 

17 
18 
17 
17 

17 
17 
17 

[13 

17 
17 

17 
17 

!l8 



18 
13 

17 

1 18 

18 
17 

18 



17 

17 

18 



18 
18 

18 
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18 



18 
17 
18 
18 
18 
17 

17 
17 

18 
18 
13 
13 



17 
18 

13 

18 
17 
18 
17 

18 
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18 
18 



17 

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17 
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955 

413 

80 

1380 

1283 

1212 
740 

1229 
575 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880, 
Aljilidbetical list of patentees — Continued. 



43 



Name , residence, and inrention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



C onnor, Tarrence, Leaven wortli, Ind. Spolre-tenonins macMne 

Conover, Elias, Tnimansburg, IST. Y. Invalid-tedstead 

Conorer, Philip T., TJvalde, Tex. Electric car-brake 

Conover, Richard S., Sayreville, N. J. Eegister for connting votes 

Conover, Stephen B., New York, assignor of one -third interest to J. P. Elmendorf, West- 
chester, N. T. Elevator 

Conrad, John, Burlington, Iowa. Gate roller and hinge 

Conrad, Jolm H., Charlotte, Mich. Portable sliding gate 

Conrad, Martin. (See Hotz and Conrad.) 

Conrad, Martin, Chicago, 111. Spring-wa^n 

Conrick, Frank. (See Agard, Beniamin E., assignor.) 

Conried, Heinrich, New York, N. Y. Ticket-holder 

Conroy, Edward, assignor of two-thirds to E. M. LiUey, Boston, Mass. Machine for form- \ 
ing pings 3 

Consclyea, Ira W. (See Eno, Joseph A., assignor.) 

Consolidated Safety Valve Company. (See Z'ellner, William, assignor.) 

Convers, Albert E., Taunton, Mass. Neckscarf 

Convers, Albert E., Taunton, Mass. Keckscarf 

Convers, Eugene. Oswego. N. Y. Pipe-cutter 

Converse, George A., Tjrs. Navy, assignor to W. N. Hill, trustee, Newport, E. I. Galvanic- 
battery cell 

Converse, John H., et al. (See Longstreth, Edward, assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Conway, John, Nether Providence, Pa. Scale-beam 

Conway, John A., Toledo, Ohio. Elower-pot 

Cook, Albert G., Boston, Mass. Tree-protector 

Cook, Amasa N. (See Edson, Jacob, assignor.) 

Cook, Andrew J., Wichita, Kans. Dredging-machinc 

Cook, Chapin C, and J. N. Green, Santa'Cruz, Cal. Permutation-padlock 

Cook, Charles F., and J. L. Yaudermark, Wilkesbarre. Pa. Bag-tie 

Cook, Charles 0., C. W. Chase, and J. Beard, Oswego, N. Y. Barrel-heater 

Cook, Cyrus B., Cynthiana, Ky. Gear for automatic action of throttle and slide valves 

Cook, Egbert C, Chicago, 111." Awning-frame 

Cook, Egbert C^., Chicago, 111. Awning-frame 

Cook, E. Harlow. (See Xidney, Nelson, assignor.) 

Cook, Emory B., North Bellingham, Mass. WindmiU 

Cook, Frank, Holden, Mo. Gate-hanger 

Cook, George J., Louisville. Ky. Lamp 

Cook, George W., assignor to J. F. Tenney, J. H. Eeese, and M. D. Stecher, Chicago, HI. 
Stove-pipe thimble 

Cook, Henry, Monument, Colo. Stove-pipe 

Cook, Henry E. (See Thayer and Cook.) 

Cook, Henry E., and J. B. Thayer, Eiver Falls, Wis. Magnetic grain-separator 

Cook, James B., London, Ontario, Canada. Permutation-look 

Cook, J. N., et al. (See Lanum, Eichard B., assignor.) 

Cook, John, Healdsburg, Cal. IJaling-press 

Cook, John C. (See Johnson. George E., assignor.) 

Cook, John E., Indianapolis, Ind. Eotary motor 

Cook, .John T., Jordan, Minn. Feeding-hopper for middlings, &c 

Cook, John W. (See Calkins and Cook.) 

Cook, Joseph T., Moline, and J. S. Leas, Eock Island, HI. Car-coupling 

Cook, Philip. Detroit, Mich. Bench-dog 



Machine 



Cook, Eoswell F., Hion, N. Y. Sight for fire-arms. 

Cook, Enth A. (See Williams, Henry A., assignor.) 

Cook, Samuel G. B. (See Coddington, William C, assignor.) 

Cook, Samuel G. B. (See Kieser, Charles, assignor.) 

Cook, Stephen Y., Toledo, Ohio. Ice-elevator 

Cook, Theodore, Trenton, N. J. Heel for boots and shoes 

Cook, Thomas B., New Lancaster. Ind. Apparatus for filling ditch-scrapers 

Cook, William F.. Ivy Mills, Pa. Electric telephone 

Cook, William W., ]vansa3 Centre, Kans. Sulky-harrow 

Cooke, Charles E. B., London, J. Cooke and G. Hibbert, Eichmond, England, 
for pulping and grinding fibrous and other materials 

Cooke, Charles M., New York, N. Y. Trimming 

Cooke, Daniel S., Providence, E. I. Bracelet 

Cooke, Daniel S., Providence, E. I. Detachable button 

Cooke, Daniels., and E. H. Spencer, Jr., Providence, E. I. Button or atud 

Cooke, George K., London, England. Hand-stamp 

Cooke, James. (See Cooke and Hibbert.) 

Cooke, WilHam, Westborough. Mass. Illuminated Inbricating-can 

Cooke, WUliam A., Jr., New York,N.Y. Book 

Cookingham, John M., Hudson, N. Y. Bracelet 

Coolbaugh, Frank W., Hoboken, N. J. Holder for signal lanterns and flags 

Cooley, De Witt C, Aurora, and C. H. Parker, Chicago, HI. Wood-filling compound 

Cooloy, Earl K., Antioch, Cal. Carpet-lining 

Cooley, George W., Chesterton, Ind. Burglar-alarm 

Cooley, Lester D., Friendship, N. Y. Indicator for shoe-boxes 

Cooley, Martin I., et al. (See Ehrlich, Edward, assignor.) 

Cooley, Martin I., Plainfield, N. J. Corset 

Cooley, Newton C., Coming, Iowa. Game-connter 

Cooley, Orville, assignor to Johnston Harvester Company, Brockport, N. Y. Harvester- 
rake 



224,333 

228,318 
224,880 
223, CIO 

226,981 
233,476 
232,940 

233,075 

226,721 
234,966 



231,404 
234,174 
231,900 

224,328 

223.217 
235,516 
223,996 

226,223 
226,599 
233,475 
234,908 
225,799 
233,987 
233,988 

230,614 
220,980 
224,394 

230,923 
232,005 

233,920 
228,310 

228,515 

230,862 
231,010 

224,881 

233,986 
224,651 



235,128 
226,651 
232,004 
227,736 
' 224,650 

I 232,460 

[ 224,151 

227,149 

227,753 

< 235,853 

224,395 



Coombs, .Joseph C, Campello, Mass. Mechanical telephone 

Coombs, Nelson, Titusville, Pa. Steam-heating apparatus 

Coon, Arthur L. (See Coon, Elijah S., assignor.) 

Coon, Charles, assimor of two-thirds interest to L. B. Adams, Saugerties, and M. A. Day- 
ton, Jr., Milton, N. Y. Eepulping paper 

Coon, Elijah S., assignor to A. L. Coon. Watertown, N. Y. Heel skate-fastener 

Cooney, Matthew, and W. Swanston, Chicago, III. Apparatus for unloading coal, &c., from 
vessels , 



231,405 
227,093 
223,039 
232,461 
228,982 
232,336 
225,972 
229,236 



Coop, William L., Providence, E. I. Machine for binding books with wire staples. 

Cooper, Albert. (Seo Hickok, Cooper, and Brown.) 
Cooper, C., ct al. (See Spiudler and Fairchild. assignors.) 



231,654 
231,400 

225,971 
230,924 
234,705 



225,347 
233,204 

223,317 

228,874 



Feb. 10 
June 1 
Feb. 24 
June 8 

Apr. 27 
Oct. 19 
Oct. 5 

Oct. 12 

Apr. 20 
Nov. 30 



Aug. 24 
Nov. 9 
Sept. 7 

Feb. 10 

Jan. 6 
Dec. 14 
Feb. 3 

Apr. C 
Apr. 20 
Oct. 19 
Nov. 30 
Mar. 23 
Nov. 2 
Nov. 2 

Aug. 3 
Apr. 27 
Feb. 10 

Auar. 10 
Sept. 7 

Nov. 2 
June 1 

June 8 

Aug. 10 
Aug. 10 

Feb. 24 

Nov. 2 
Feb. 17 



Dec. 7 
Apr. 20 
Sept. 7 
May 18 
Feb. 17 

Sept. 21 
Fel;. 3 
Hay 4 
May 18 
Dee. 28 
Feb. 10 

Aug. 24 
May 4 
May 25 
Sept. 21 
June 22 
Sept. 21 
Mar. 30 
June 29 

Aug. 31 
Aug. 24 

Mar. 30 
Aug. 10 
Nov. 23 



Mar. 9 
Oct. 12 

June 1 
June 15 



485 

186 

1072 



139 

52 

307 



1000 


278 


854 


235 


172 


45 


344 


95 


683 


190 


1433 


C385 
^386 


934 


264 


429 


116 


27 


6 


411 


117 


10 


o 


567 


161 


26 


9 


86 


23,24 


547 


153 


853 


235 


1365 


366 


978 


281 


192 


50 


193 


50 


21 


6 


999 


277 


436 


140 


337 


111 


159 


41 


105 


28 


184 


52 


425 


110 


320 


94 


481 


137 


1073 


C307 
1308 


192 


50 


789 


223 


77 


24 


611 


170 


158 


41 


756 


213 


738 


223 


715 


198 


203 


59 


76 


21 


755 


213 


994 


275 


487 


140 


935 


264 


8 


3 


1116 


318 


716 


198 


1024 




557 


154 


1193 


339 


1294 


356 


1226 


345 


935 


264 


1191 


339 


387 


111 


1106 


298 


438 




501 


138 


185 


52 


889 


(242 
^243 



17 
17 
17 
17 

17 

18 
18 

18 

17 
il8 



18 
18 
18 

17 

17 
18 
17 

17 

17 
18 
18 
17 
18 
18 

18 
17 
17 

18 
18 

18 
17 

17 

18 
13 



13 
17 



18. 
17 
18 
17 
17 

18 
17 
17 
17 
18 
17 

13 
17 
17 
18 
17 
18 
17 
17 

18 
13 

17 

18 
13 



17 
18 



I- 



303 

1257 

425 

1320 

944 

894 
766 

esi 

882 
1253 



419 

1005 

529 

291 

4 

1384 

207 

761 

860 

894 

1242 

654 

1018 

1019 



944 
303 

317 

;;50 

1004 
1257 

1303 

307 
331 

425 

1018 
363 



1294 
869 
549 

1122 
363 

656 
237 
990 
1121 
1470 
303 

419 
980 

1190 
657 

1408 
631 
702 

1450 

472 
419 

702 

317 

1193 



543 

823 

1257 
13S0 



44 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Cooper, 
Cooper, 
Cooper, 
Cooper, 
Cooper, 
Cooper, 
Cooi^er, 

Cooper, 

Cooper, 
Cooper, 
Cooper, 
Cooper, 
Cooper, 



C. G-., et al. (See Spindler and Fairchild, assignors.) 
Charles, et al. (See Yoch, Benhard, assignor.) (Keissue.) 
Charles G., et al. (See Toch, Benhard, assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Charles G., Mount Vernon. Ohio. Traction-engine 

Charles W., Brooklyn, N. T. Eefrigerator-car 

Ed-ward, et al. (See Faber du Tanr, Adolpli, assignor.) 
George 33. F., 'Sev/- Albanj-, Ind. Tobacco-drying macliine 



George B. F., N"ctv Albany, Ind. Spark-arrester 

Jolin, et al. (See Lamb, Eestoro B., assignor.) 

John "W., New Castle, Pa. Check-rein holder for harness 

John'W., New Castle, l"a. Breast-harness 

JohnW., New Castle, Pa. Car-truck 

Leonard A., and O. F. Bostwick, Atchison, Kans. Combined listing-plow and seed- 



planter . 

Cooper, Milton L. (See Cross, Benjamin H., assignor.) 
Cooper, Thomas. (See McCarter and Cooper.) 

Cooper, Thomas C, Indiana, Pa. Churn 

Cooper, "William S., Philadelphia, Pa. Stop and check valve 

Cooper, William S., Philadelphia, Pa. Faucet 

Coover, Samuel H., Mechanicshurg, Pa. Fly-net for horses 

Copcutt, John, Yonkers, N. T. Fire-proof tloor 

Cope, Ezra, Hamilton, and J. E. Maxwell, Cincinnati, Ohio. Steam-engine 

Cope, Ezra, Hamilton, and J. E. Maxwell, Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Steam pumping-engine . . 

(See Copeland and Crisp, assignors.) 
(See Crisp and Copeland, assignors.) 
(See Crisp, Joseph E., assignor.) 
(See Grandy, Edward F., assignor.) 



Copeland Boot Treeing Machine Company. 

Copeland Boot Treeing Machine Company. 

Copeland Boot Treeing Machine Company. 

Copeland Boot Treeing Machine Company. 

Cojieland, Franklin, Bbston, Mass. Emery-cloth 

Copeland, George W. (See Ethridge, Martin V. B., assignor.) (Keissue.) 

Copeland, George W., et al. (See Brook and 'Woodward, assignors.) 

Copeland, George AT. (See Crisp and Copeland.) 

Copeland, George "W. (See Crisp, Joseph E., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Copeland, George "W., trustee. (See Crisp, Joseph E., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Copeland, George "W., trustee. (See "Woodward, Erastns, assignor.) 

Copeland, George "W., Maiden, E. Woodward and M. Brock, Boston, Mass., assignors to 

Copeland Lasting Machine Company, Hartford, Conn. Lasting the uppers of boots and 

shoes 



Copeland, George W., Maiden, and J. E. Crisp, Boston, Mass., assignors to Copeland Boot 
Treeing Machine Company, Hartford, Conn. Boot-treeing machine 

Copeland, George AV., Maiden, and M. Brock, Boston, Mass., assignors to Copeland Lasting 
Machine Company, Hartford, Conn. Tacking-machine 

Copeland, Henry C. (See Farr, Hiram G., assignor.) 

Copeland, John, Quasqueton, Iowa. Chum 

Copeland, John A., McMinnviUo, Tenn. Horse-detaching device 

Copeland Lasting Machine Company. (See Copeland and Brock, assignors.) 

Copeland Lasting Machine Company. (See Copeland, Woodward, and Brock, assignors.) 

Copeland Lasting Machine Companv- (See Woodward and Brock, assignors.) 

Copeland, Samuel E., assignor to himself, J. A. Littler, and C. Lanib, Armstrong, 111. 
Hame-tug 

Copp, John L., Eochester, N. H. Stock-car 

Coram, Joseph A., et al. (See Ingalls, Charles L., assignor.) 

Corban, Jeremiah S., Plainville, Conn. Carriage-spring 

Corbin, P. & P. (See Sparks, "William E., assignor.) 

Core, Elijah B., Lincoln, HI. Apparatus for retouching negatives 

Corey, John G., Santa Paula, assignor of one-half interest to N. W. Spaulding, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Animal-shears 

Corey, William. (See Aiken, Walter, assignor. (Eeissue.) 

Corey, William W. (See Sprague. Silas S., assi^^nor.) 

Coriell, Lewis C, and J. Adam's, Marshall, Mich. "Windmill 

Corliss, George H., Providence, E. I. Pump 

Corliss, George H., Providence, K. I. Pump 

Corliss, George H., Providence, E. I. Valve-gear for gteam-engines 

Corliss, George H., Providence, E. I. Framing of beam steam-engines 



Corliss, George H., Providence, E. I. Condenser and feed-heater 

Corliss, George H. , Providence, E. I. Valve-seat for pumps 

Coiinack, George II. (See McLeod and Cormask.) 

Cornelius, E. G., et al. (See Wittenberg, Charles, assignor.) 

Cornell, George B., Chicago, 111. Bimg-bush , 

Cornell, Harmon "W., Owcgo, N. Y. Corn-sheller , 

Cornell, John W., Toulon, 111., assignor of one-half interest to H. F. and C. S. Blood. Check- 
rowing attachment for corn-planters 

Cornell, Jonathan, Sandy Hill, N. Y. Paper-pulp washer 

Cornell, Mahlon B., Philadelphia, Pa. Framing-square 

Cornell, Oliver H. P. (See La Dow, John, assignor.) 

Comely, Emil, Washington, D. C. Embroidering-machino 

Cornfield, Solomon, Chicago, Ul. Needle cylinder or bed of knitting-machines 

Corning, Arthur M. (See Home and Coming.) 

Cornish, Oscar S., and D. W. Curtis, Fort Atkinson, Wis. Butter- worker 

Cornwall, Aaron W. (See Cornwall, William, Sr., W., Jr. and A. W.) 

Cornwall, Horace. (See Hammond, Henry, assignor.) 

Cornwall, John B., Moline, 111. Cockle-screen 

Cornwall, William, Sr., W., Jr., and A. W., Louisville, Ky. Machine for mining materials 
for making soap 

Cornwall, "\Villiam, Sr., W., Jr., and A. W., Louisville, Ky. Apparatus for mixing soap and 
other materials 

Cornwall, William, Jr., and A. W., LouisvUlo, Ky. Process and apparatus for remelting 



No. 



soap . 



Corr, Columbus W., assignor to J. H. Campbell, Carlinville, 111. Cartridge capping and 

uncapping implement 

Corr, Columbus W., assignor to J. H. Campbell, Carlinville, 111. Cartridge-loader 

Corr, Thomas J., assignor to 0. O. Hefner, Hoopeston, HI. Hpholstering-spring 



225,050 
230,615 

223,319 
225,572_ 

226,979 
228,175 
232,392 

232,6?9 



233,985 
232,941 
232,942 
235,212 
226,282 
226,600 

226,837 



Date. 



224,078 



224,516 

234,058 

234,854 

230,405 
230,241 



227,490 
224,652 

231,278 

232,115 

229,672 



234,392 
235,742 
235,743 
235,744 

235,745 

235,746 
2.35,747 



228,731 
233,733 

223,887 
235,213 
223,709 

228,445 
223,710 

234,459 



232,242 

228,319 

228,320 

228,321 

227,349 
229,523 
232,462 



Mar. 2 
Aug. 3 

Jan. 6 
Mar. 16 

Apr. 27 
June 1 
Sept. 21 

Sept. 28 



Nov. 2 

Oct. 5 

Oct. 5 

Dec. 7 

Apr. 6 

Apr. 20 

Apr. 27 



Feb. 



Feb. 17 

Nov. 23 

Nov. 30 

July 27 

July 20 



May 11 
Felj. 17 

Aug. 17 

Sept. 14 

July 13 

Nov. 10 
Dec. 21 
Dec. 21 
Dec. 21 

Dec. 21 

Dec. 21 
Dec. 21 



June 15 
Oct. 26 

Jan. 27 
Dec. 7 
Jan. 20 

June 8 
Jan. 20 

Nov. 16 



Sept. 14 

June 1 

June 1 

June 1 

May 11 
July 6 
Sept. 21 



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91 
22 

134 
699 

998 

17 

630 



191 
173 
174 

187 
152 

548 

823 



128 



629 

1050 

1296 

1091 
859 



468 
790 

798 

287 

429 



708 
839 
841 
842 

843 

845 
846 



710 
1167 

835 
188 
filO 

335 
611 

789 



442 

187 

188 

189 

312 

15 

717 



6,7 

34 
(205 
J 206 

277 

6 

174 

269 



50 

46 

46 

51 

43 

153 

(229 

1230 



182 

283 

349 

307 
243 



134 
223 

223 

81 

118 



191 
235 
235 
235 
2U5 
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



45 



Kame, residence, and invention. 



Corser, Biackett G-., assignor of one-lialf interest to L. C. Shear, St. JoUnsljury, Vt. Com- ? 
bined rale and scale 5 

Corser, George A., Leicester, Mass. Bedplate for paper-rag engines 

Cort, Frank B., Holyoko, Mass. Gafi'-topsail rigging 

Cortrite, Henry. (See Lyons, Hugh, assignor.) 

Corvaia, Paolo, Palermo,' Sicily, Italy. Ballasting ships in port 

Coryc'll, Edwin M., assignor to T. Porknall, Brooklyn, N. Y. Oscillating printing-press 

Cosand, Alice, Kokomo, Ind. Curtain-fixture 

Cosby, Richard M., Indianapolis, Ind. Car-truck 

Cosper, VTilliam H., Chicago, HI. 'Weather-stnp 

Cot6, Louis, St. Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada. Machine for shaping counter-stiffeners 

Cottle, Freeman N., Chelsea, Mass. Door-gong and alarm 

Cotton, John £., Fairfield, Me. Lawn-settee 

Cotton Powder Company. (See Faure and Trench, assignors.) 

Cottrell, Calvert B., Westerly, K. I. Sheet-delivery mechanism for printing-machines 

Cottrell, Herbert, Newark, N. J. Vapor and other engines 

Cottrelli Jesse D., Central Falls, R. I. Let-ofl' mechanism for looms 

Cottrell, Jesse D., Central Falls, 11. I. Let-oft' mechanism for looms 

Couchoud, Louis M., Marseilles, France. Egg-boiler 

Coughlin, James T., and A. P. Schneider, New York, N. Y. Construction of boars 

Coulter, Thomas J., Elizabeth, K. J., assignor to himself and E. A. Housman, Danbury, 
Conn. Sculling-propellcr for boats 

Coulter, Thomas J., Wilton, assignor to himself and E. A. Housman, Danbury, Conn. Vi- 
brating propeller for boats 

Coulter, William B., Bristol, Conn. Lantern-holder 

Council, .John P., Council's Station, N. C. Tool for hand-sewing 

Coupe, AVilliam, South Attleborough, Mass. Process of and machinery for softening hides 
and skins 

Course, Josiah. (Sco Smith and Course.) 

Courtenay, "William, New York, N. Y. Screw-nut 

Courtiight, SUas, Hooker's Station, assignor to himself and F. Bookwalter, Lancaster, Ohio. 
Tug attachment 

Cousins, Henry. (See Williams, George W., Sr., assignor.) 

Coutant, John A. (See Meigher, James D., assignor.) 

Covell, Edgar C, and W. F.'Chase, Laconia, N. H. Adjustable dial for watches 

Covell, William AT., assignor to F. I. Marcy, Providence, E. I. Button 

Coventry, MiUis, Jr., and M. Wilks, Manchester, England. Apparatus for supplying 
hydrocarbons to metaUnrgic furnaces .' 

Covert, Drake. (See Henderson, Fulton, assignor.) 

Covert, Enoch, Farmer Village, N. Y. Thill-adjuster 

Covert, Enoch and J. C, Farmer Village, N. Y. Neck-yoke leather 

Covert, Henry W., assignor to Marvin Safe and Scale Company, New York, N. Y. Permu- 
tation-lock 

Covert, Isaac C, Franklin, Ind. Ditching-machine 

Covert, James C. (See Covert, Enoch and J. C.) 

Covert, James C, Troy, N. Y. Hitching-strap 

Covey, Amaziah and S. J., Sigourney, Iowa. Steam-engine 

Covey, Samuel J. (See Covey, Amaziah and S. J.) 

Cowan, Norman, assimor of one-half interest to W. F. Austin, Pulaski, N. Y. Machine 
for making wood pulp 

Cowan, William B., Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Game apparatus 

Cowbum. Thomas, assignor of one-half interest to J. Heastie, Gloucester, England. Heel- ) 
ing-machino for boots and shoes 3 

Cowden, Matthew B., Hanisburg, Pa. Automatic sewer-trap 

Cowell, Hiram, ZanesviUe, Ohio. Furnace for steam-boilers 

Cowell, Rensselaer A., Cleveland, Ohio. Car-platform 

Cowen, Robert, Cambridgeport, Mass. Manufacture of rubber-lined hose 

Cowgill, Christian D., Terrc Haute, Ind. Elevator-bucket 

Cowhig, Jerry, Richmond, Ind. Steam-boiler 

Cowing, Albert A.. Watkins, N. Y. Jeweler's chmp 

Cowles, Edward, Fishkill, N. Y. Detachable discharge-stopper and connection for milk 

and other vessels , 

Cowles, Edward P.. Wequioek, Wis. Car-truck 

Cowles, James A., Chicago, 111. Rock-drill 

Cowper, Edward A. (See McCrea and Cowper.) 
Cox, Achsah, et nl. (See Owen, William S., assignor.) 

Cox. Allan, Boston, Mass. Sheet-metal pan 

Cox, Allan, Boston, Mass. Sheet-metal pan. (Reissue) 

Cox, Allan, Boston, Mass. Device for forming tin ^lans 

Cox, Arthur W., Auburn, Me., assignor of one-half interest to D. M. Mahoney, Bristol, R. I. 

Boot-tree 

Cox. Arthur W., Auburn, Me. Table-knife 

Cox, George P. (See Badger, George W., assignor.) 

Cox. Henry F., AJtoona, Pa. Switch attachment 

Cox, .Tames B., 13 Strand. Torquay, England. Gas-regulator 

Cox, -Tames R., Auburn, N. Y. Running cars upon railways 

Cox, .Toshua H., assignor to Aultman Sc Taylor Company, Mansfield, Ohio. Pawl-shifter 

for traction-engines 

Co.x. Lewis .S. (See Wi^gin, .Tohn E., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Co.x, Sila-s W., New York, N. Y. Device for drawing and measuring liquids 

Coy, C. H., et al. (See Merrill, George P., assignor.) 

Coy, George W., New Haven, Conn. Switch for telephone-exchanges 

Coyle, Charles J., assignor to E. Jennings, A. B. Pullman, and A. Longstreet, Chicago, HI. 

Shirt = . o - 



Co.yle, John, Jr., East New York, N. Y. Combined lamp-wick trimmer and burner and 

chimney cleaner , 

Crabbs, Benjamin F.. Washington, D. C. Mill for grinding and reducing 

Crabtree, xVbraham, Bacup, county of Lancaster, England. " Machine for dressing middlings. 

Crabtrce, William N., Porterville, Cal. Gun-lock 

Craft, .Toscphns, Worthington, Minn. Compound for preserving fruit 

Cragin Brothers & Chandler. (See Crotsenburg, Nicholas, assignor.) 

Cra^ Brothers & Chandler. (See Palmer, Deloss, assignor.) 

Craig, .James, Peabody, Mass. Machine for striping fabrics 



No. 



229,9r.2 

224,079 
234,755 

225,800 
229,675 
231,279 
231,011 
231,151 
223,436 
231,152 
233,732 

2.32,006 
230,921 
225,348 
233,077 
235,998 
228,040 

227,491 

233,209 
235,129 
229,100 

234,248 

234,967 

227,738 



227,415 
231,541 

230,748 

226,039 
231,012 

233,922 
332,631 

228,322 
227,739 



228,041 
224,882 

230,242 

227,014 
223,635 
231,407 
226,038 
228,875 
226,443 
223,711 

226,838 
233,989 
230,863 



224,396 

9,2.50 

232,463 

224,517 
229,961 

232,176 
232,943 

228,176 

2.32,834 
232,630 
224,653 
229,807 
235,999 



229,589 
234,908 
229,383 
224,883 



Date. 



July 13 

Feb. 3 
Nov. 23 

Mar. 23 
July 6 
Aug. 17 
Aug. 10 
Aug. 17 
Jan. 13 
Aug. 17 
Oct. 26 

Sept. 7 
Aug. 10 
Mar. 9 
Oct. 12 
Dec. 28 
May 25 

May 11 

Oct. 12 
Dec. 7 
Juno 22 

Nov. 9 

Nov. 30 

May 18 



May 11 
Aug. 24 

Aug. 3 

Mar. 30 
Aug. 10 

Nov. 2 
Sept. 28 

June 1 
May 18 



May 25 
Feb. 24 

July 20 

May 18 
Jan. 20 
Aug. 24 
Mar. 30 
June 15 
Apr. 13 
Jan. 20 

Apr. 27 
Nov. 2 
Aug. 10 



Feb. 10 
June 15 
Sept. 21 

Feb. 17 
July 13 

Sept. 14 
Oct. 5 
June 1 

Oct. 5 

Sept. 28 

Fob. 17 

July 13 

Dec. 28 
July 
Nov. 30 
June 29 
Fob. 24 



224.636 1 Feb. 17 



Monthly 
volume. 



B. 
CO 



525 

129 
1164 

980 
185 
799 
481 
045 
283 
646 
1166 

160 
384 
439 
346 
1107 
1116 

469 

506 

78 

1150 

516 

1435 

761 



380 
1085 



174 



1276 

484 



107 
910 



189 
762 



1117 
1075 

801 

612 
529 
937 

127--) 
891 
346 
612 

825 
195 
321 



489 
993 
718 

630 
525 

357 
175 

18 

110 

909 

791 

352 

11G8 
96 
1436 
1479 
1076 

795 



:145 

146 

36 

314 

282 
52 
224 
137 
183 
75 
183 
324 

41 
111 

127 

95 

324 

318 

135 

140 

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214 



112 

304 



51 



359 
137 



29 
250 



53 
215 



318 
308 



170 
142 
265 
359 
243 
99 
164 

230 
51 
95 



140 
270 
199 

182 
145 

100 

46 

6 

29 

250 

224 

98 

324 

26 

386 

407 



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18 



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95 

224 
1203 

654 
36 
390 
331 
365 
64 
365 
95C 

550 
317 
543 

802 
1499 
1190 

1066 

829 
1294 
1427 

1081 

1253 

1122 



1051 
442 

275 

715 
332 

1004 
697 

1258 
1122 



1190 
425 

157 

1100 
114 
420 
715 

1381 
817 
126 

916 

1019 

308 



303 

1395 

657 

337 
95 

590 

767 

1230 

756 

097 

363 

68 

1499 

23 

1254 

1480 

425 



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46 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED PEOM THE 

Alpliabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



I^'ame, residence, andinvention. 



So. 



Craij, Jolin, Schuyler, Xebr. Tr«ad-mill 

Craig, Kufus S., aiid G-. G-. "Wyman, Dover Plains, N. T. Spark-arrester 

Craig, Kuf us S.. and G-. G. "Wyman, Dover Plains, N. T. Spark-arrester 

Craig, Warren H., La-m-ence, Mass. Governor for steam-engines 

Craig, William, Kew York, X. Y. Mash-machine 

Craig, William P., Xeiv Portage, Ohio. Stock-car 

Crail, Henry W. (See Stamhaugh and Grail.) 

Crain, Orris S., Shawano, Wis. Feather-renovator 

Cramp & Sons Ship and Engine Building Company, William. (See See, Horace, assignor.) 

Crandal, Edward M., Chicago, Dl. Spool for barbed fence-wire 

Crandal, Edward M., Chicago, 111. Shipping-can 

Crandal, George L., Binghamton, X. Y. Carriage-curtain fastener 

Crandal. George L., Binghamton, N. T. Latch 

Crandall. Benjamin P., deceased, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Providence Tool Com- 
pany, Providence, B. I. Velocipede. (Reissue) 

Crandall, Francis L., Greenwich, IST. Y. Salve 

Crandall, George L. (See Acker. Charles W., assignor. (Reissue.) 

Crandall, HoseaB., Brocton, X. Y. Fruit -basket .". 

Crandall, Jesse A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Blackboard 

Crandall, Jesse A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Stick-horse 

Crandall, Jesse A., Brooklyn, X. Y. Reading-desk 

Crar.dall, Jesse A., Brooklyn, X". Y. Toy molding apparatus 

Crandall, Jesse A., Biooklyn, X. Y. Toy molding apparatus 



Crane, Amzi A., Osco, 111. Artificial spring or bulk-head 

Crane, F. M., et al. (See Hershey, Benjamin, assignor.) 
Crane, Frank M. (See Dudley and Hershey, assignors.) 
Crane, Gerard, Salamanca, X.' Y. Oil-still 

Crane, Moses G. (See Rogers and Crane.) 

Crane. Moses G., Xewton, and E. Rogers, Brookline, Mass. Xon-interfering fire-alarm sig- 



nal-box 



Crane, Thomas, Fort Atkinson, Wis., assignor to himself and M. A. Jones. Sewing-ma- ") 

cliine. (Reissue) 3 

Crane, Thomas, assignor of one-half interest to L. S. Kellogg, Fort Atkinson, Wis. Door- 



spring 



Crane, ATalter E., Alma City, Minn. Steam-engine governor ■ 

Crane, William E., Waterbury, Conn. Governor 

Crane, William J., assignor to C. W. Barker, Pottsvillc, Pa Automatic key-board attach- 
ment for musical instruments 

Craney, Thomas, Bay City, Mich. Saw-mUl dog 

Cranston Center Fire Cartridge Company. (See Cranston, James F., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Cranston, James F., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Cranston Center Fire Cartridge 
Company, Xorwich, Conn. Priming metallic cartridges. (Reissue) 

Cranston, John G., Xewcastle-upon-Tyne. England. Rock-diill 

Cravens, Elijah, Osage Mission, Kans. Car-coupling 

Crawford, A. Herbert, Liverpool, X. Y. Running-gear for vehicles 

Crawford, A. Herbert, Liverpool, X. Y. Running-gear for vehicles 

Crawford, Amos H., Liverpool, X. Y. Stable 

Crawford, C. J. (See Rowley, William H., assignor.) 

Crawford, James G., Boston, Mass. Washing-machine 

Crawford, James G., Boston. Mass. Washing-machine 

Crawford, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Check-register 

Crawford. William T., et al. (See Barkley, James, assignor.) 

Crcager, Frank A. W., Waco, Tex. Chair 

Creager, Jonathan. (See Pieper and Creager.) 

Creager, Jonathan, and A. Evans, assignors of one-third interest to W. Pieper, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Vapor-coudensing and air-warming apparatus 

Creahan, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Billiard and other cues 

Creamer, Willi.im G., Brooklyn, X. Y. Basket-rack for railway-cars. (Reissue i 

Cregier, Dewitt C, Chicago, 111. Air-nozzle for steam-boiler furnaces 

Crikelair, Gusta^-e J., assignor to R. A. Chesebrough, Xew York, X. Y. Hatchway fire at- 
tachment 

Cripe, John, Jr., et al. (See McClintock, WiUiam A., assignor.) 

Crippen, Paul, Bronson, Mich. Water-proof compound 

Crippen, Warren S. (See Osterhout, Abram, assignor.) 

Crisp, Joseph E. (See Copeland and Crisp.) 

Crisp, .Joseph E., Boston, assignor to G. W. Copeland, trustee. Maiden, Mass. Boot-treeing ? 
machine. (Reissue) ) 

Crisp, Joseph E., Boston, assignor to G. W. Copeland, Maiden, 3Iass. Boot-treeing ma- 
chine. (Reissue) 

Crisp, Joseph E., IJoston, Mass., assignor to Copeland Boot Treeing Machine Company, I 
Hartford, Conn. Tool for boot-treeing machines ". . 5 

Crisp, Joseph E., Boston, and G. W. Copeland, Maiden, Mass., assignors to Copeland Boot 
Treeing Machine Company. Boot-treeing machine 

Crisp, Joseph E., Boston, and G. W. Copeland, Maiden, Mass. Boot-treeing machine 

Crisp, Joseiih E., Boston, Mass., assignor to Copeland Boot Treeing Machine Company, 
Hartford, Conn. Boot-treeing machine '. . . 

Crisp, Joseph E., Boston, Mass. Safety-valve 



230,751 
225,209 
233,400 
226,100 
228,177 
233,329 

230,616 

226,283 
227,615 
227,219 
228,323 

9,096 
227,958 

228,248 
227,492 
230,749 
230,750 
232,598 
232,599 

231,213 



231,280 

223,218 

9,208 

233,837 
233,734 
225,573 

224,152 
223.997 



9,453 

223,888 
232,464 
227,151 
229,237 
227,150 

234,393 
235,073 
225,920 



Date. 



Aug. 3 
Mar. 9 
Oct. 19 
Apr. C 
June 1 
Oct. 19 

Aug. 3 

Apr. 
May 18 
May 4 
June 1 

Feb. 24 
May 25 

June 1 
May 11 
Aug. 3 
Aug. 3 
Sept. 28 
Sept. 28 

Aug. 17 



Aug. 17 



Jan. 

May 18 

Xov. 2 

Oct. 26 

Mar. 10 

Feb. 3 

Feb. 3 



X^ov. 9 
Jan. 27 
Sept. 21 
May 4 
June 29 
May 4 

Xov. 16 
Dec. 7 
M.ir. 30 



233,478 Oct. 10 



231.700 

233,325 

9,238 

223,841 

234,969 

229,963 



Aug. 31 
Oct. 19 
June 8 
Jan. 27 

Xov. 30 

July 13 



9,055 ' Jan. 20 



Crites, .Jonah, Orrville, Ohio. Gate 

Crocker, Elhanan H.. Sandy Hill, X. Y. Device for couvertiBg motion 

Crocker, Frank B. (See Cui'tis and Crocker.) 

Crocker. Frederick, Sr., Olean, X. Y., assignor of one-half interest to C. D. Eobbins, Titus- 

ville. Pa. Device for lubricating journals in machinery 

Crocker, James A., assignor to H. C. Barnes, Boston, Mass. Portable folding music-stand- 
Crocker, .James A., Boston, Mass. Twine-cutter 

" ' " -- Automatically-reversing filter 

Reversible filter - 

and C. Barrett, Somerville, Mass. Cai'-asle box 

.J. Bit-brace 

Wind-wheei 



9,124 
230,406 

230,752 
232,944 

I 

233,210 

! 235,748 

234,249 
231,955 



Crocker, James A., Boston, Mass, 

Crocker, James A., Boston, Mass. 

Crockett, John F., Laconia, X. H., 

Crockford, Alfred H., X'ewark, X'. 

Croft, Henry, Sr.. and Henry, jr., Springfield, Ohio. 

Croft, Silas C. (See Peterson, Adolphus, assignor.) 

Croft, Silas C. (See Peterson, Adolphus, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Croker, Henry, et al. (Sec Williams, John D., assignor.) 

Crollard, Jules, LeadviUe, Colo. Car-brake 



226,840 
227,152 
228,510 
228,986 
229,384 
224,997 
223,484 
224,817 



Mar. 23 
July 27 

Aug. 3 
Oct. 5 

Oct.' 12 

Dec. 21 

Xov. 9 
Sept. 7 



Apr. 27 
May 4 
June 8 
June 22 
June 29 
Mar. 2 
Jan. 13 
Feb. 24 



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volume. Gazette. 



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177 

209 

700 

13 

19 

.677 

24 

152 
613 
156 
190 

1180 
1031 

104 
470 

175 
176 

873 
874 

729 



800 



10 
919 

12 

1168 

700 

204 
26 



679 
836 
719 

78 
1295 

77 

708 

15 

1120 

855 



1353 

674 
681 
774 

1437 

527 



715 

1091 
1092 

178 
176 

507 

847 

519 
99 



827 

79 

428 

1027 

1480 

17 

344 

1004 



849 



52 

77 

211 

4 

C 

186 



43 

170 

46 

53 

338 



31 

135 

51 

52 

242 

242 

C204 

J 205 



224 



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J 263 

4 
325 

206 

59 
9 



184 
223 
200 

21 
356 

21 

191 

4 

320 

230 



381 
185 
187 
207 

387 



C192 
ll93 

312 
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237 
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17 


280 


17 


407 


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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Alplidbetical list of patentees — Continued. 



47 



Xame, residence, and invention. 



Cromin, William. (See Truxal, 'William, assignor.) 

Crompton. George. (See Duckworth, Jolin C, assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Crompton. George, Worcester, ilass. Loom 

Crompton, George, and H. Wyman, Worcester, llaas., assignors to said Crompton. 

tlc-ljox mechanism for looms ^ 

Crompton, George, and H. Wyman, Worcester, Mass., assignors to said Crompton. Shut- 

tle-uox mechanism for looms 

Crompton, George, and H. Wyman, Worcester, ilnss. Shuttle-bos motion for looms 



Shut- 



Crompton. George, and H. Wyman. Worcester, Mass., assignors to said Crompton. Loom.. 

Shuttle- 



Crompton. George, and H. Wyman, Worcester, Mass., assignors to said Crompton. 

hos mechanism for looms. ." 

Cron, Archibald, Brantford, Ontario, Canada. Car-coupling 

Cronk, Jasper T.. Hoboken, X. J. Clothes-line fastener 

Cronkright, William. (See Wygant, John H., assignor.) 

Crook, Charles, Xewton, IS'. J. ' Hose-.iaoket 

Crooke, Henry S. and L., iS'ew York, N. T. Manufacture of metallic foil 

Crooke, Henry S. and L., ISe-w York, N. Y. Manufacture of metallic foil 

Crooke, Henry S., Xew York, jS^. Y. KoUed-foU wrapper 

Crooke, Henry S. and L.. Xew York, iST. Y. Making ornamental metallic foil 

Crooke, Henry S., Xew York, !N". Y. Envelope 

Crooke, Lewis. (See Crooke, Henry S. and L.) 

Crooker, WUliam W., assignor of one-half interest to J. W. Brimblecom, Lynn, Mass. 

. Polishing-wheel for boot and shoe soles 

Crosby, George H., Somerrtlle, Mass. Safety-valve and muffler 

Crosby, George H.. Somerville, Mass. Steam-engine recorder 

Crosby, Hezekiah H., administrator. (See Crosby, John Q.) 
Crosby, James B. (See Cobb, Samuel C., assignor.) 
Crosby, James B. (See Strank, Daniel, assignor.) 

Crosby, John Q.. (H. H. Crosby, administrator.) Yonkers, ^N'. Y. Hose-reel 

Crosby, Mark, Wakefield, Mass. Wardrobe-bedstead 

Crosby, Mark, Wakefield, Mass. Wardrobe-bedstead 

Crosby, Xathan, ct al. (See Insralls, Charles L., assignor.) 

Cross," Alonzo T., Providence, E. L Stylographio fountain pen 

Cross, Alonzo T., Providence, E. I. Stylographic fountain-pen 

Cross, Alonzo T., Providence. E. L Fountain-pen 

Cross, Alonzo T.. Providence, E. I. Stylographic pen 

Cross, Benjamin H., assignor to M. L. Cooper, Port V.illey, Ga. Harness-buckle 

Cross, Christopher G., assignor to L. Sass, Chicaso, HI. Device for weighing fluids 

Cross, Christopher G., Chicago, assignor to Williams, White & Co., Molixie, HI. Drop-ham- 
mer lifter 

Cross, Christopher G., Chicago, 111. Eemoving snow from railway-tracks 

Cross, David L.. Austin, Tex. Eotary engine. 

Cross, Edwin M., Syracuse, X. Y. Emery-wheel 

Cross, William. (See Parsons and Cross.) 

Cross, William C., Boston, Mass. Paper-bag machine 

Sewing-machine needle 

Paper-bag machine 

Paper-bag machine - 

Paper-bag machine 

Paper-bag machine 

Clevel.ind, Ohio. Stave-.iointei (Reissue) 

and A. A. Hagen, Xew York, N. Y., assignors to said Crossley. 



Ifo. 



Cross, William C. 
Cross. William C., 
Cross, William C. 
Cross, William C, 
Cross, William C.. 
Crossley, Harry A 
Crossley, James W 



Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 



223,998 

229,967 

229,968 
229,969 

230,243 



231,153 
233,330 

224,657 

224,397 
227,495 
227,490 
229,676 
229,677 
233,923 



233,211 
225,801 
228,179 



233,990 
232,805 
233,991 

225,691 
227,416 
229,305 
232,804 
234,394 
223,999 

228,324 
231,902 
231,281 
235,214 



To- 



bacco-cutting machine. 

Crossley, James W.. Xew York. N. Y. Tobacco<cutting machine 

Crossley. Louis J., Halifax, England. Microphone 

Crossman. Montgomery, assignor of one-half interest to H. A. Holmes. Grand Haven, Mich. 

Windmill '. 

Crot.senburg. ^Ticholas. Janesville, Wis., assignor of one-half to Cragin IJrothers & Chandler, 

Chicago. 111. Wick-tube for lamp and stove burners 

Crotte. Joannv, Macon. France. 



225,509 
2-28,446 
229,970 
232,945 
232,946 
232,947 
9,441 

227,959 
232,337 
233,660 

227,493 



Post-ofifice case. 



Machine for cutting cloth and other fabrics 

Crotty. John S,., Xew York, X. Y. Folding-guide for corset parts 

Crouch, George. Xew York. X. Y. Trunk-lo'ck 

Crowder, John E.. Gainesville, and J. T. Haile, Whitesborough, Tex. 

Crowe, Willis, and T.E.Hester, Xapa, Cal. BaUot-box 

Crowtll, Abner B., and A. Talbott, Eichmond, Ya. Millstone-driver 

Crowell, Edwin L. (See Pressey, George W., assignor.) 

Crowell, .John H., Providence, E. I. Heddle for looms 

Crowell, JohnH., Providence, E. L Separable button 

Crowell. Luther C., Boston. Mass., assignor to E. Hoc &. Co., Xew York. X. Y. Supple 
ment-introducing mechanism for printing-machines 

Crowell, Luther C., Brooklyn, X. Y. Sheet-delivery apparatus for printing-machines 

Crowell, Luther C., Brooklyn, X. Y. Folding-machine 



234,706 

227,494 

235,671 
235,130 
233,992 

229,965 

224,684 

226,903 
228,984 



Date. 



Feb. 3 

July 13 

July 13 

July 13 

Julv 20 



Aug. 17 

Oct. 19 

Feb. 17 

Feb. 10 

May 11 

May 11 

July 6 

July 6 

Nov. 2 



Oct. 12 
Mar. 23 
June 1 



Xov. 2 
Oct. 5 
Nov. 2 

Mar. 23 
May 11 
June 29 
Oct. 5 
ISTov. 16 
Feb. 3 

June 1 
Sept. 7 
Aug. 17 
Dec. 7 

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Mar. 
Juno 

July 13 

Oct. 5 

Oct. 5 

Oct. 3 

Nov. 2 



May 25 

Sept. 21 

Oct. 26 

May 11 

Nov. 23 

May 11 

Dec. 21 



Dec. 
Nov. 



July 13 
Feb. 24 

Apr. 27 
Juno 22 



225,746 I Mar. 23 



. 233,993 



233,994 



Nov. 2 
Nov. 2 



27 

531 

532 
533 

866 



647 
679 

797 

489 
472 
473 
186 
187 
103 



507 

982 

21 



9,10 

147 

148 

148 

(246 

^247 

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183 
187 
225 

141 



196 

9 

197 

850 

381 

1384 

8 

709 

31 

191 

29 

801 

188 

630 
336 
534 
180 
182 
184 
344 

1031 

558 
1089 

471 

1108 

471 

755 

79 

198 

528 

1076 

905 
1020 

909 



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141 

282 



51 

3 

51,52 

247 
112 
360 
3 
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10 

54 

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224 

51 

184 
93 

148 
48 
49 
49 
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294 
154 
303 

130 

298 

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Crowell, Luther C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Folding-machine ' 233,995 Nov. 2 210 



Crowell, Luther C. Brooklyn, N. Y. Folding-machine 2.33,990 Nor. 2 

Crowell. Luther C. Brooklvn. N. Y. Folding-machine 233.997 Nov. 2 

Crowell, M. E., ei al. fSee'Wentz, Simon P. and E. .T.. assiarnors.) < 

Crowell, T. A., H al. (See Wcntz, Simon P. .and E. J., assignors.) | 

Crowell, Thomas A., Boston. Mass. Seed and corn planter i 230,244 July 20 

Crowley, Francis J., Gloucester City, N. J. Stretching .and drying apparatus for calico- ! ! 

printing machines 234,541 j Nov. 10 

Crowley, George G., assignor to F. Bramcr, Little Falls, N. Y. Wheel-harrow 226.839 ' Apr. 27 

Crowley, George G. (See Bramer and Crowley.) 

Crowlev, Eov 0. (See Bovd and Crowlev.) 

Crowlcv, William .J.. Fall Eiver, Mass. Last , 228,178 .June 1 



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826 


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207 
96 

96 

97 

157 



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865 
365 

303 

1066 

1067 

36 

36 

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829 

054 

1230 



1018 

740 

1019 

033 
1051 
1408 

740 
1121 

208 

1258 
5^9 
390 

1312 

S85 

1291 

97 

768 

768 

768 

1044 

1177 
631 
943 

1006 

1193 

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1422 
1295 
1020 

96 

426 

929 
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1020 



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48 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Aljyhahetical list of palentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Crowson, "William L., St. Louis, Mo. Cotton-gin feeder 

Cruess, William V., San Marcos, Cal. Animal-shears 

Crump, Samuel, Mont Clair, N. J. Locking plates to beds of printing-macMnes 

Crump, Samuel, Mont Clair, N. J. Making colored labels 

Crump, Samuel, Mont Clair, N. J. Multiijle-color printing-press 

Crnser, "VV. C. (See Doolittle, George W., assignor.) 

Crutcliett, James, AVashington, D. C. Componnd burner for lamps 

Crutchley, ITrederick, assignor to C. Pryso, Birmingham, England. Safety-lock for fire- 
arms 

Crystal Burial Case Company. (See Orr, "William M., assignor.) 

Crystal Burial Case Company. (See Keese and Zell, assignors.) 

Crystal Burial Case Company. (See Taylor, Joseph, assignor.) 

Cu'bbage, John "W., Gallipolis, Ohio. Leather scouring and -nTinging machine 

Cudd, Decatur P., Concrete, Tex. Earth-auger 

Cudworth, John G. (See Buell and Cudworth.) 

Culbertson, "William, Moorefield, assignor of one-half interest to"W. L. Rsk, "Vevay, Ind. 
End-gate -"- 

Culbertson, William C, Girard, Pa. Eence-post 

Cullingworth, George K., et al. (See Moore, Charles, assignor.) 

Cullmann, Carl P., Idar, and C. A. Lorenz, Oberstein, Germany. Fabrication of onyx from 
agate 

Culmer, John "W., Allegheny, assignor to Culmer Manufacturing Company, Oil City, Pa. ( 
Hydrocarbon-burner ) 

Culmer Manufacturing Company. (See Culmer, John W., assignor.) 

Culver, Benjamin F., Derby, Conn. Molasses-pitcher 

Culver, Benjamin F., Derby, Conn. Caster 

Culver, Eber, Williamsport, Pa. Sawing-machine 

CiTlver, George T., New Haven, Conn. Tool-handle 

Culver, Joseph E., Jersey City, N. J. Generator and motor 

Culver, Joseph E., Jersey City, N. J. Steam-boiler and furnace 

Culver, Seneca. (See Metcalf, George, assignor.) 

Ciuning, Mari A., New Tork, N. Y. Hat -press 

Cumniings, Albert G., Harrisburg, Pa., assignor to Pennsylvania Steel Company. Inter- ? 
locking switch and signal appairatus 5 

Cummings, Amos, and J. H. Harrison, Boston, Mass. Fire-escape ladder 

Cummings, Charles, assignor of one -half to N. M. Bell, Virginia City, Nev. Electrical 

signal 

Cummings, Francis M., Porterville, N. T. Cheese-curd sifter and picker 

Cummings, Henry T., Portland, Me. Treating and curing Spanish moss 

Cummings, Matthew L., Philadelphia, Pa. Lock-hinge 

Cummings, Uriah, Buffalo, N. Y. Furnace 

Cummins, Andrew L. (See Henry, Thomas C, assignor.) 

Cummins, James, California, Mo. Barrel-swing 

Cummins, William G. (See Fuston and Cummins.) 

Cummins, William G., McMinnville, Tenn. Horse-detacher ". 

Cumnock, James W., Chicopee, Mass. Yarn-fastener for bobbins of spinning-frames 

Cuningham, Sarah A., New York, N. Y. Abdominal corset 

Cunningham, Albert, Milwaukee, Wis. Clapboard-machine 

Cunningham, Albert, Milwaukee, Wis. Clapboard-machine 

Cunningham, Albert, Milwaukee, Wis. Clapboard-machine 

Cunningham, Herman E., et al. (See Stamour, John B., assignor.) 

Cunningham, John, Drifton, (Jeddo P. 0.,) Pa. Combined fence-post and gate-hinge 

Cunningham, John A., Sacramento, Cal. Steam-boiler 

Cunningham, Martin J., and J. P. Bailey, Springfield, Mo. Hedge-trimmer 

Cunningham, Martin J., and J. P. Bailey, Springfield, Mo. Hedge-trimmer 

Cunningham, Patrick, New Bedford, Mass. Machine for mincing whale-blubber 

Cunningham, Eobert, Brooklyn, N. T. Ornamenting smooth surfaces of glass, wood, rub- 
ber, &c 

Cunningham, Eobert, New York, N. Y. Manufactuiing articles in imitation of papier- 
macho 

Cunningham, Thomas, et al. (See Stamour, John B., assignor.) 

Cunninghams & Co. (See Hirt, Wilhelm, assignor.) 

Cunnington, William, Eockport, Mo. Tooth-extractor 

Curd, Joseph E., Charleston, HI. Device for splicing traces 

Curial, Edward L., Anoka, Minn. Toy 

Curie, Frederick C, Lykens, Pa. Noise-quieting nozzle 

Curran, John J., et al. (See Sumner, Eli J., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Curran, Walter C, Ithaca, N. Y. Sash-holder 

Currie, Daniel M., St. Louis, Mo. Permeable dam, dyke, &c 

Currier, Charles. (See CuiTier, William and C.) 

Currier, Henry A., Almont, Mich. Jointer for plows 

Currier, John W. (See Sartwell, William E., assignor.) 

Currier, Leonard F., Salisbury, Mass. Top-prop tSlock 

Currier, Osceola, assignor, by mesne assignment, to AV. C. Boylan, Newark, N. J. Ore-sepa- 
rator 

CuiTier, William and C, Oskaloosa, Iowa. Wheat scouring ;ind i)oUshing machine 

Cnrrj', Lewis V., Fenton, Mich. Case for displajring shot 

Curry, Marcellus Q., Elizabeth, Pa. Coal-tipple 

Curry, WOliam M., Morning Sun, Ohio. Thill-coupling 

Curry, William M., assignor of one-half interest to H. K. Broadberry and W. H. George, 
Morning Sun, Ohio. Post and wire fence 

Curson, .Joseph, Lyons, France. Machine for shaving wool or hair from hides 

Curtice, John F., Fort Wayne, Ind. Sad-iron heater and receptacle 

Curtice, .John F., Fort AVayne, Ind. Car-brake shoe. (Eeissue) 

Curtis, Augustine B., Birmingham, assignor of one-half interest to A. H. Gilbert, Derby ; 
said Curtis and Gilbert assignors of one-third their interest to I. D. AYarner, Bridgeport, 
Conn. Machine for folding corset parts 

Curtis, Augustine B., assignor of one-half interest to A. H. Gilbert, Birmingham; said 
Curti.s and Gilbert assignors of one-tliird their interest to I. D. "SVarner, Bridgeport, 
Conn. Machine for folding corset parts t 



No. 



235, "114 

234,250 
224,658 
227,960 
228,517 

231,013 

231,542 



235,131 

226,444 



225,803 
226,284 



230,753 
233,212 

224,080 
224,518 

226,904 

233,479 
226,040 
233,735 

226,041 

226,499 

233,998 

235,132 
234,543 
224,000 
226,042 
232,690 

229,300 

227,740 
223,801 
22.5,211 

230,110 

230,111 
230,112 

229,385 
229,966 
223,485 
231,282 
232,691 

225,802 

226,497 



225,110 
226,496 
231,408 
226,905 

230,113 

224,398 

234,251 

230,618 

233,601 
235,072 
231,478 
234,116 
230,617 

230,925 

234,542 

228,732 

9,329 



224,885 
225,574 



Date. 



Dec. 14 

Nov. 9 
Feb. 17 
May 25 
June 8 

Aug. 10 

Aug. 24 



Dec. 7 
Apr. 13 

Mar. 23 
Apr. 6 

Aug. 3 
Oct. 12 

Feb. 3 
Feb. 17 

Apr. 27 

Oct. 19 
Mar. 30 
Oct. 26 

Mar. 30 

Apr. 13 

Nov. 2 

Dec. 7 
Nov. IB 
Feb. 3 
Mar. 30 

Sept. 28 

June 29 

May 18 
Jan. 27 
Mar. 9 

July 20 

July 20 
July 20 

June 29 
July 13 
Jan. 13 
Aug. 17 
Sept. 28 

Mar. 23 

Apr. 13 



Mar. 2 
Apr. 13 
Aug. 24 
Apr. 27 

July 20 
Fob. 10 

Nov. 9 

Aug. 3 

Oct. 26 
Dec. 21 
Aug. 24 
Nov. 9 
Aug. 3 

Aug. 10 
Nov. IG 
Juno 15 
Aug. 3 



Feb. 24 
Mar. 16 



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volume. 



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Gazette. 



CO 



435 

520 

797 

J 032 

428 

484 

1086 



80 
346 



984 
153 



181 
508 

130 
631 

906 

856 
1277 
1169 

1279 

408 

221 

83 

884 

32 

1279 

979 

1386 

763 

727 
271 

711 

712 
713 

1481 
530 
345 
801 
980 

983 

407 



152 
400 
938 
908 

714 
490 

520 

25 

1090 
755 

1014 

361 

25 

388 
883 
711 
297 



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'123 

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225 



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137 
305 



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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1380. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



49 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Curtis, Augustine B., assignor of one-balf interest to A. H. Gilbert, Derby, Conn. Machine 
for foldiag corset parta 

Curtis, Charles G-., and F. B. Crocker, New York, N. Y. Telephone call system 

■ Curtis, David. (See Potter, Albert, assignor.) 
Curtis, David W. (See Cornish and Curtis.) 

Curtis, Dexter, Madison, Wis. Harness-collar pad 

Curtis, Francis, assignor of three-fourths interest to H. Devens, Brattleborongh, Vt. Ma- ) 

chine for making machine-screws. (Reissue) 5 

Curtis, George. ('See Spoerl and Curtis.) 

Curtis. George H. "W., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing } 

Company, Bridgeport, Conn.' Overseaming attachment for sewing-machines > 

Curtis, George W., Philadelphia, Pa. Car-coupling 

Curtis, Havilah M., J. P. Musser, and N. A. Trowbridge, Minneapolis, Minn. Combined 

bag-holder and truck 

Curtis, James M. (See Miller, AYiUiam J., assignor.) 

Curtis, John, Korth Dorset, Vt. Ste.am-engine 



Curtis, John G., Ludlow, Pa. Sectional boiler 

Curtis, Nelson, Newton Centre, Mass. Safety-valve. - . 
Curtis, Nelson, Newton, Mass. Automatic boUer-feed. 

Cnrtis, Nelson, Newton, Mass. Valve 

Curtis, Orville H., Milwaukee, Wis. Catapult 

Curtis, Thomas V., Lemars, Iowa. Smoker's kit 

Curtiss, Edwin A. (See Doolittlc ond Curtiss.) 
Curtiss, Manly J., Camden, Mich. Neck-yoke ring . . - 

Curtiss, Thomas E., Buffalo, N. Y. Fruit-drier 

Cushing, Charles H., Tidioute, Pa. Stop-cock 

Cushing, (Charles H., Tidioute, Pa. Stop-cock 

Cushing, Elbridge G. (See Gray and Cushing.) 

Cushing, George W., Sedalia, Mo. Car-frame 

Cnshing, George W., Sedalia, Mo. (jar-axle box. 



Cushing, Nichols B., Jersey City, N. J. Hoisting app.aratus for elevators, &c 

Cushman, Francis A. (See Hedge and Cusliman.) 

Cushman, George H.. Lynn, Mass. Measure for boots or shoes 

Cushman, Henry T., North Bennington. Vt. Combined ruler and pencil-case 

Cushman, Joseph and J. B., Thomson, 111. Windmill 

Cushman, Josiah B. (See Cushman, Joseph and J. B.) 

Custer, George, assignor of part interest to S. F. Minton and G. W. Nash, Bremond, and 
W. H. Hammond, Calvert, Tex. : said Minton assignor of one-fourth his interest to said 
Nash. Vehicle-spring 

Custer, Joseph, Goshen, Ohio. Seed-planter , 

Cutler, Dwight, et al. (See Scofield. Levi, assiraor.) 

Cutler, George A., St. Louis, Mo. Compound for preserving fruit, &c 

Cutter, Francis L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Lawn-mower 

Cutter Tower Company. (See Atwood, Kimball C, assignor.) 

Cutter, William P., Everett, assignor of part interest to J. I. Hillard, Boston, W. A. Martin, 
Cambridge, and C. W. Thomdikc, Chelsea, Mass. Car-couphng.-l 

Cutting, Lewis, San Francisco, Cal. Machine for filling cans witb meat 

Cutting, Lewis, San Francisco, Cal. Machine for filling cans 

Cyphers, Melville B., Greenville. Mich. Combined grain scales and meter 

Cziner, Matyas, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for collecting alcoholic vapors in water 

Da Costa, Albert M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Finger-guide for type- writers 

Da Costa, Albert M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Type- writing machine 

Daggett, John C, Neponset, assignor to A. Torrey & Co., Boston, Mass. Boot and shoe 

Daggett, John C, assignor of one-halt interest to"W. W. Whitcomb, Boston, Mass. Valve 
for waste-pipes 

Daggett, Eobert P., Indianaiwlis, Ind. Safety attachment for breech-loading guns 

Dahlem, Albert, Sauk Centre, Minn. Envelope-fastener 

Daily. George W. (See Pinney and Daily.) 

Daimler, Gottlieb W., Deutz-on-the-Ilhine. Germany. Gas-motor engine 

Dakan, John M., Eosby's Pock, W. Va. Nut-lock 

Dake, Daniel W., Beloit, Wis. Scale-beam 

Dake, Horace M., Nunda, N. Y. Domestic fniit-drier 

Dake, Eobert P., Colby, Wis. Hand-power 

Dale, Alfred B. (See June, Solomon, assignor.) 

Dale, William. New York, N. Y. Composite tile roofing 

Dallery, Francis E., Jersey City. N. J. Extinguishing device 

Daltou, (Jeorge. Leeds, county of York, England. Apparatus for crushing stones, &c 

Daly, John A., Washington, D. C. Coating rubber with metal 

Daly, William. (See Eonchel, John M., assignor.) 

Dalzell, James, Pittsbur^Pa. Manufacture of peg-lamps 

Daman, Williams. (SeoHaUey, Samuel D., assignor.) 

Daniant, WiUiam E., deceased, assignor, by mesne as.signments, to W. Hessin, Toronto, On- 
tario, Canada. Lozenge-cutting machine. (Eeissue) 

Danby, James, assignor to J. S. McDaniel, Wilmington, Del. Pressure-regulator valve 

Dance], Christian, New York, N. Y., and E. C. Smith, Westport, Conn. Machinery for 
splitting and beveling leather. (Eeissue) 

Daudo, Eobert B., Alta, Iowa. Show-caae 

Dancer. David S. (See Carrothers, James, assignor.! 

Danforth, Deloss A. (See Payne and Danforth.) 

Dangerfield, Francis S., Auburn, N. Y. Match-safe 



Dangolse, Ernest, Brussels, Belgium. Paper-bag machine 

Daniels, Aaron M., assignor to S. Allen, Hartford, Conn. Lining for boots and shoes 

Daniels, Arthur J., Sonthbridge, Mass. Grocer's fork 

Daniels, Charles, assignor of one-half interest to E. M. Bassett, Birmingham, Conn. Corset 

Daniels, Charles A., Waterville, N. Y. EaUw.ay and farm gate 

Daniels, Fred H. (Sec Morgan .and Daniels.) 

Daniels, George H., Providence, E. I. Device for automatically feeding live stock 

Daniels, Henry H., Philadelphia, Pa. Padlock 

Dauiel-s, Taylor E., Chicago, HI. Steam feed cooker and drier 

Daniels, Taylor E., Chicago, 111. Steam feed cooker and drier 



No. 



231,901 
230,530 



230,926 
9,086 

223,985 
234,175 

228,733 

230,245 

229,964 
231,214 
231,543 
233,662 
225,510 
228,325 

231,154 
235,342 
223,486 
231,283 

223,437 
227,220 

232,338 



225,210 
233,203 
226,498 



228,983 
223,320 

228,804 
223,889 



228,042 
229,590 
232,339 
226,161 
225,349 
229,386 
232,692 
227,153 

229,972 
230,693 
227,961 

232,243 
235,751 
232,393 
236,000 
232,244 

226,983 
225,350 
223,487 
233,144 

224,519 



9,060 
22<1,891 

9,235 
233,213 



229,101 

226,287 

232,694 
234,855 
226,286 
225,805 



224,278 
235,750 
22,5,511 
235,343 



Date. 



Sept. 7 
July 27 



Aug. 10 
Feb. 17 

Juno 22 
Nov. 9 

June 15 

July 20 

July 13 
Aug. 17 
Aug. 24 
Oct. 26 
Mar. 16 
June 1 

Aug. 17 
Dec. 14 
Jan. 13 
Aug. 17 

Jan. 13 
May 4 

Sept. 91 

Mar. 9 
Oct. 12 
Apr. 13 



June 22 
Jan. 6 

June 15 
Jan. 27 



May 25 
July 6 
Sept. 21 
Apr. 6 
Mar. 9 
June 29 
Sept. 28 
May 4 

July 13 
Aug. 3 
May 25 

Sept. 14 
Dec. 21 
Sept. 21 
Dec. 28 
Sept. 14 

Apr. 27 
Mar. 9 
Jan. 13 
Oct. 12 

Feb. 17 



Jan. 27 
Jan. 27 

June 8 
Oct. 12 



June 22 

Apr. 6 

Sept. 28 
Nov. 30 
Apr. 6 
Mar. 23 

Feb. 10 
Dec. 21 
Mar. 16 
Dec. 14 



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527 
730 
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648 
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286 
157 

559 

270 
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408 



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441 

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1163 
444 

1002 
442 
347 
434 

632 



940 
838 



677 
511 



1150 

156 

984 

1298 

155 

986 

334 
850 
633 
355 



6 
348 



112 
C263 
1264 

C279 

) 280 

116 

196 

(248 
1249 
146 
205 
305 
303 
184 
54 

183 
97 
92 

225 

76 

46 

(154 

1155 

77 
138 
110 



279 
34 



223 



318 

26 

155 

4 

128 

408 

270 

22 

149 

32,33 

294 

122 
237 
174 
325 

122 

278 

128 

93 



183 



251 
224 



186 
142 



315 

; 44 

45 

[ 46 

271 

350 

44 
283 

101 

237 

185 

97,98 



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18 



18 
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18 



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18 
18 
18 
18 
17 
17 

18 
18 
17 
18 

17 
17 

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18 
17 



17 
18 
18 
17 
17 
17 
18 
17 

18 
18 
17 

18 

18 
18 
18 
18 

17 
17 
17 

18 

17 



17 
17 



17 
18 



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P4 



S" 



529 
224 



313 

337 

1409 
1066 

1356 

158 

95 

378 
442 
943 
585 
1258 

366 
1347 

74 
390 

64 
1003 

031 

516 

828 

827 



1409 
25 



1369 
173 



1190 

23 

032 

749 

543 

1480 
709 
990 

97 

264 

1177 

605 
1438 

643 
1499 

605 

944 

543 

74 

816 

338 



190 
173 



1342 
829 



17 1427 



13 709 
18 1031 



17 
17 



774 
G55 



17 I 281 

Id I 1437 

17 j 585 

18 ! 1348 



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50 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Daniels, Theodore T., assignor to himself, M. V. Austin, and H. S. Ferguson, Morrison, Dl. 
Corn-planter 

Daniels, William, Brooklyn, N. Y. Paint-mill 

Danielson, Charles J. and G. F., Hyde Park, HI. Brake for sewing-machines 

Danielson, Gustave F. (See Danielson, Charles J. and G. F.) 

Danner. John, Canton, Ohio. Revolving book-case. (Eeissue) 

Danunhauer, Freadrick P., assignor to himself and W. "Wolf, Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus 
for dyeing yam 

Darby, George "W., Hixmilton, Ohio. EnflSling attachment for sewing-machines 

Darby, H. C. (See Jerrold, John E., assignor.) 

Darby, John F., Monroe, Ga. Vehicle-wheel 

Darby, Thomas C, Pleshey Lodge, near Chelmsford, England. Cultivator 

D'Arcus. Henry, assignor of cneHialf to H. B. GriiBng, Brooklyn, N. T. Lamp-wick 

Dark, Elizabeth, D. Collins, and G. TV. li^'elson, Quitman, Mo. Combined harrow, marker, 
and cultivator 

Dark. Thomas, Buffalo, N. T. Device for cleaning out street sewer-pipes and sewers 

Darkin. Frank. (See Stephens and D.arkin.) 

Darling, Fenner. (See Taft and Darling.) 

Darling, Francis A. , Brooklyn , If. T. Addressing-machine .■ . . . 

Darling, George S. (See "Wilson and Darling.) 

Darling. Joseph, Peachville, Pa. Curtain-fixture 

Darling, Samuel, Providence, E. I. Compens.ating errors in screws of dividing-engines 

Dividing-engine 

Graduated measuring-rule 

Manufacturing mathematical instruments 

Micrometer-gage for wire and sheet metal 

D.arozif , Levi, and L. Dion, Natick, Mass. Sole for boots and shoes 

DaiTell, Armistead M., assignor, by mesne assignments, to S. C. Kemon and L. Hill, "Wash- 
ington, D. C. Branding-stamp. (Keissue) 

Darrin, Henry A., "West New Brighton, assignor to T. W. Butts, Port Eichmond, N. Y. 
Self-leveling ship's berth 

D.irst, Frank, Eureka, HI. Drain-tile gate 



Darling, Samuel, Providence, E. I. 
Darling, Samuel, Providence, E. I. 
Darling, Samuel, Providence, E. I. 
Darling, Samuel, Providence, E. I. 



Dart, Albert, Eichmond, Ta. Seed-planting machine 

Dart, Henry C. New York, N. Y.. Manufacture of self-raising flour 

Dates, George D. (See Pomeroy, Oscar C, assignor.) 

D' Aubigne, Bartolo L., "Waterbury, Conn. Button and button-fastener 

Dauchy, Samuel T. (See Detwiler, Emanuel, assignor.) 

Daughertv, "William B., Carson, Nev. Book-holder 

D'Auria, tuigi, Philadelphia, Pa. Steam-governor 

Davenport, Eber, "Waynesville, HI. Tile and brick kiln 

Davenport, Frederick S., Jerseyville, HI. "Wheel-plow 

Davenport, Ira B.. Mechanicsvillo, Vt. Sled-brake 

Daverio, Gustav, Oberstrass, near Zurich, Switzerland. EoUer-mill for grinding grain. 
Davcy, John. (See Altmann and Davey.) 

David, Augustin 0., Paris, France. Manufacture of weldless chains 

David, Jacob, Brooklyn, N. Y. Clutch for arrows and bow-strings 

Davids, George "W. (See Schilling, William J., assignor.) 

Davids, John B., New York, N. Y. Mucilage-brush 

Davidson, Alexander, Lamira, Ohio. Device for lasting boots and shoes 

Davidson Brothers. (See Davidson, Salomon, assignor.) 

Davidson, Charles B., St. Joseph, Mo. Churning apparatus 

Davidson, Frank C, Mahomet, HI. Clinometer 

Davidson, Herman E., Gloucester, Mass. Ichthyological taxidermy 



Davidson, Otis E., Nashville, Tcnn. Paper-bag machine 

Davidson, Salomon, assignor to Davidson Brothers, New York, N. Y. Ornamental chain-link 
Davidson, Thomas Y. (See Smith and Davidson.) 

Davidson, "William J., Big Spring, Va. Plow and cultivator 

Davies, Edward, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Ansonia Clock Company, Ansonia, Conn. 
Clock 



Davies, Edward, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Ansonia Clock Company, Ansonia, Conn. 

Pendulum-regulator for clocks 

Davies, Henry, Newport, Ky., assignor to Queen City Dash Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Carriage-dash frame 

Davies, Henry J., and D. M. Somers, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; said Somers assignor to said Davies. 

Clock-case - 

Davies, Henry J., and D. M. Somers, Brooklyn, N. Y. Clock-case 

Davies, Henry J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Clock-caae 

Davies, Henry J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Alarm-clock 

Davies. James and F. B. Chidcster, assignors of one-third interest to L. H. Broome, Jersey 

City, N.J. Lathe 



Davies, Joseph D., Covington, Ky. Steam-engine 

Davies, Eobert "W., et al. (See Schaefer, John A., assignor.) 

Davies, Thomas, Fall Eiver, Mass. Eoot-cutter 

Davis, Abbot E., Boston, Mass., assignor to F. J. Kaldenberg, New York. N. Y. . "Working 
amber 



Davis, Abbott E., Boston, Mass., assignor to J. Andrade & Co., New York, N. Y. Feather 

duster 

Davis, Alfred G. (See Davis, Charles C. and A. G.) 

Davis, Augustus B., assignor of nine-twentieths interest to J. K. Boyer, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Car-spring 

Davis, Augustus B., as-signor of nine- twentieths interest to J. K. Boyer, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Car-spring 

Davis, Augustus B., Philadelphia, Pa. Measuring and mixing gage 

Davis, Augustus G., Baltimore, Md. Circuit-closer for telephones 

Da.vis, Benjamin L., Petroha, assignor of one-half interest to C. B. Simmons, Oil City, Pa. 

Calculator 

Davis, Charles C. and A. G., Smith's Ford, S. C. Cotton chopper and cultivator 

Davis &, Co., "W. C. (See Davis, "William C., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Davis, Cornelius F. (See Duchemin, "William, as.signor.) 

Davis, Daniel. (See Davis, Eobert "W. and D.) 

Davis, David P., Jersey City, N. J. Hydraulic elevator 



No. 



233.999 
229,973 
235,752 

9,033 

231,014 
231,768 

22S,805 
225,692 
235,215 

2-28,612 
231,015 



236,001 

234,177 
226,162 
227,962 
230,619 
233,488 
235,133 
223,712 

9,516 

231,284 
231,544 

225,804 

224,998 

226,722 

234,460 
230,519 
235,216 
234,176 
234,252 
235,517 

224,659 

226,288 

226,500 
225,806 

234,253 
226,723 
233,078 

234,544 

230,531 

231,701 

231,769 

231,770 

235,935 

225,112 
228, ei4 
228,613 
230,246 

2-25,921 
225,351 

235,416 
234,756 
226,601 



231,018 

231,019 
232,466 
232,806 

228,448 
223,488 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Nov. 
July 
Deo. 

Jan. 



Aug. 10 
Aug. 31 

June 15 
Mar. 23 
Dec. 7 

June 8 
Aug. 10 



Dec. 28 

Nov. 9 
Apr. 6 
May 25 
Aug. 3 
Oct. 19 
Dec. 7 
Jan. 20 

Dee. 28 

Aug. 17 
Aug. 24 

Mar. 23 

Mar. 2 

Apr. 20 

Nov. 16 
July 27 
Dec. 7 
Nov. 9 
Nov. 9 
Dec. 14 



Feb. 17 
Apr. 6 

Apr. 13 
Mar. 23 

Nov. 9 
Apr. 20 
Oct. 12 

Nov. 16 

July 27 

Aug. 31 

Aug. 31 

Aug. 31 

Dec. 28 

Mar. 2 
June 8 
June 8 
July 20 

Mar. 30 
Mar. 9 

Dec. 14 
Nov. 23 
Apr. 20 

Aug. 10 

Aug. 10 
Sept. 21 
Oct. 5 

June 8 
Jan. 13 



U2 



229,591 July 



222 
537 
852 

266 

486 
1357 

811 

851 
189 

546 

488 



1170 

432 

17 

1034 

26 

865 
84 

613 

1339 

803 
1090 

984 

18 

684 

790 

1223 

190 

430 

521 
567 



420 
987 

522 

684 
348 

885 

1236 

1278 

1358 

1359 

1095 

155 
549 
547 

876 

1121 
443 

438 

1165 

550 

493 

494 

723 

11 

339 
348 



98 



60 
149 
238 

70 

138 
381 

222 

247 
51 

146 

138 



325 

117 
5 

295 
8 

239 
26 

164 

367 

225 

306 

(282 

1283 



190 

212 
344 
52 
117 
143 
162 



™ [I? 
161 46 



118 
283 

144 

191 

95 

5 236 

1237 

348 

359 

382 

382 

303 

44 
146 
146 
249 

320 
C128 
1129 

123 



154 



139 

139 

200 
4 

93,94 
93 



18 
18 
18 

17 

18 
18 

17 
17 
18 

17 
16 



18 

18 
17 
17 
18 
18 
18 
17 

18 

18 
18 

}17 

17 

17 

18 
18 
18 
18 
18. 
18 

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17 

17 
17 

18 
17 
18 

^18 

18 

18 

18 

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18 

17 
17 

17 
18 

17 

!l7 

18 
18 
17 



18 

18 
18 
18 

17 
17 



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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 



51 



Alphaletical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Davis, Darid "R'., Detroit, Mich. Preparing and preserving fisii 

Davis. Ferdinand E., Cleveland, Ohio. Machine for cleaning intestines 

Davis, Francis iST., Beloit. Wis. Paper pail 

Davis, Francis K. (See McPherson, James E., assignor.) 

Davis, Frank B., Johnstown, Pa., assignor to Camhria Iron Company. Nut-lock 

Davis. Frank B., JohnstoTvn, Pa. EoU for forming hUlets from steel railTvay-rails 

Davis, Frank H., Fitchbnrg, Mass. Shuttle-operating mechanism for looms 

Davis, Henry E., Pioneer, Pa. Apparatus for flooding oil-Tvells 

Davis, Ira S., assignor of one-half interest to S. J. "Wise, Tpsilanti, Mich. Door-spring. - - 
Davis Iron Wagon Company. (See Davis, Eohert TV. and D., assignors.) 

Davis, Isaac, Trenton, N". J. Tritnrating-machine 

Davis. James B., "Washington, D. C. Lock for ordnance 

Davis, James B., "Washington, D. C. Primer for ordnance 

Davis, James E., Palmyra, Ohio. Gate-hinge 

Davis, James M., Knohel, Ark. Hame.. - .' 

Davis. John, Allegheny, Pa. Apparatiis for tanning 

Davis, John H., assignor to 0. E. Thompson, Ypsilanti, Mich. Clover and grass seed 

sower 

Davis, John 0., Hartford, Conn. Expansion-connection for pipes 

Davis, John S., Attleborough, Mass. Acoustic telephone 

Davis. John T., San Francisco, C.il. Ore crusher and pulverizer 

Davis, John W., Elvaston, 111. Cultivator 

Davis, Joseph H., Sewickley, Pa. Brush for cleaning castings 

Davis. .Toseph M. (See Davis, Myi-on C. and J. M.) 

Davis. J. Phelps, Middletown, Conn. Artificial stone 

Davis. L. (See Oviatt, Clarence C, assignor.) 

Davis. Levi, Jr., Big Eock, 111. Fender for cultivators 

Davis, Luke, Boston, Mass. Fan attachment for elevators 

Davis, M.nrtin S., Toledo, Ohio. Fur-covered sleigh 

Davis, Michael F., Portland, Me. Eowlock. (Eeissue) 

Davis, Michael F., Portland, Me. Oar and scull 

Davis, Michael F. , Portland, Me. Foot-hoard and steering apparatus for hoats 

Davis, Montgomery E., Jackson, Mich. Door-spring _ 

Davis, Myron C. and J. M., Worcester, Mass. MHlfor grinding ores, &c 

Davis, Ohadiah, Battle Creek, Mich. Stem winding and setting watch 

Davis, Owen E., assignor of one-half interest to L. Maish, York, Pa. Steam vacuum-pump. 

Davis, Percy L., San Francisco, Cal. "Velocipede 

Davis, Eembrandt P. (See Murray, Henry, assignor.) 

Davis, Eobert W. and D.. Elmira, ST. T., assignors to Davis Iron Wagon Company. Eun- 

ning-gear for wagons 

Davis, Eufus P., Monroe, 2^". C. Baling-jiress 

Davis, Samuel S. (See Davis, Thomas B. and S. S.) 

Davis, Thomas B. and S. S., Eock Island, HI. Steam-trap _ 

Davis, Thomas H., et al. (See Eeid, William A,, assignor,) 

Davis, WiUiam C, assignor to W. C. Dilvis & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Oven and oven-door. 

(Eeissue) 

Davis, William E., Jersey City, ]Sr. J. Telegraph relay and sounder .^.. ''.'..'... .!].,.".'.] 

Davis, William H., Minneapolis, Minn. Spoke-tenoning machine 

Davis, William H,, Minneapolis, Minn. Harvester 

Davis, WiUiam M,, Philadelphia, Pa. Depositing gold from its solutions. - - 

Davis, William M., Washington, D. C. Scarf and necktie holder 

Davis, WilUam S., assignor to E. E. Hall, Highland Park, HI. Jfoiseless slate-frame 
Davis, Zehulon. (See AVallace and Davis.) 

Davis, Zehnlon, Canton, Ohio, Eailway-crossing 

Davis, Zebulon, assignor to W. B. Blake, Canton, Ohio. Vapor-bnmer for stoves 

Davis, Zebxilon, a.ssignor to W. B. Blake, Canton, Ohio. "Vapor-stovo 

Davison, Darius, Xew York. If. Y. Steam-generator 

Davison, David G., Paris, 111. Saw-set 

Davy, James, .Jr.. Niagara Falls. jST. Y. Preparing wood for making paper-puip. 

Dawes, Alfred, Chelsea, Mass. Portable and adjustable staging 

Dawn, Harry, assignor of one-half to B. Eose, New York, N. Y. Comb 

Dawson. Edmund. (See Eichardson and Dawson.) 

D.awson, George W., assignor to E. Over, Indianapolis, Ind. Filter 

Dawson, George W., assignor to E. Over, Indianapolis, Ind. Filter 

Dawson, .lohn E. (See Eichardson and Dawson.) 

Dawson, Patrick C, Providence, E. I. Mechani.sm for compressing drawing-rolls of spin- 

ning-fr.ames, &c ". _ 

Dawson, William J,, Lawrence, Kans. Yehicle 

Day. Charles D., eJ oi. (See Day, Erastns, assignor.) 

Day. Charles S., Baltimore, Md. Hominy-mill 

Day, Erastns, assignor to himself, A. E. Brown, J. M. Ferris, and C. D. Day, Cleveland 

Ohio. Hoisting, carrying, and dumping device ' 

Day, Hann.ah E. (See Day, Samuel, assignor.) 

Day, Harry K., San Jos6, Cal. Straw-bnming boiler-furnace 

Day. Henry L., Truckce. Cal. Frog for timber-chutes 

Day, .lohn, Brooklyn, N. Y. Cornice-hook 

Day. John E., assignor of two- thirds interest to J. Cohen and C. Lamoroux:, New "York-.N. "y". 

\\ indow-suutter opener 

Day, .Jo.9iah F., Allegheny, Pa, Brow-band for bridie's.. ..'.'. ...".'..'.'.'.'.'.".".'.'.".''.".'.'.' 

Day. Louis S., and B. S. Lewis, New Haven, Conn. Feed attachment to metaliic-cartrid''e- 

crimpmg machines 

Day, Lyman H., New York, N. Y. Suspender-end....... ..'..'.'.'.'.".'."!!;.".'.'.'.' 

Day, S. A., et al. (See Meams, Andrew, assinnor.) 

Day, Samuel, assignor to H. E. Dav, Ann Arbor, Mich. Cistern-filter. 

Da.v, Wilham E., Chicago, HI. Wagon-rack ... 

Dayton, Morgan A., Jr., et al. (See Coon, Charles, assignor.) 

Deacon, Samuel, and W. Miller, Lawrence, Mass. Welt-trimmer. . . . 

Deacon, WiUiam. (See "White, Charles B., assignor.) 

Deal, Josiah J., Wilmot, Ohio. Cultivator 

Deamude, Charles, and G. W. Cannon, D.inville, ill. Car-coupling 

Dean, Abiathar W., assignor of one-half interest to L. Lanry, Taunton, Mass. Cardin-^- 

niacnine ' ® 



No. 



220,390 
230,927 
229,678 

223,219 
226,982 
229,238 
225,111 
225,973 

227,498 
233,142 
233,143 
223,890 
223,489 
234,659 

230,754 
231,479 
233,215 

229,387 
227,741 
232,600 

224,000 

226,501 
227,497 
233,331 
9,269 
231,016 
231,017 
224,584 
233,401 
228,987 
226,285 
224,153 



231,545 

228,876 

224,661 



9,243 
233,214 
232,340 
232,032 
227,903 
230,755 
223,036 

227,154 
235,415 
235,024 
232,465 
231,772 
229,307 
228.518 
235,344 

234,660 
234,661 



235,936 
233,480 

232,693 

231,767 

223,279 
229,971 
229,873 

230,114 

228,877 

228,447 
230,532 

231,771 
233,838 

235,854 

223,713 
229,079 

229,808 



Date. 



Apr. 13 
Aug. 10 
July 6 

Jan. 6 
Apr. 27 
June 29 
Mar. 2 
Mar. 30 

May 11 
Oct. 12 
Oct. 12 
Jan. 27 
Jan. 13 
Nov. 23 

Aug. 3 
Aug. 24 
Oct. 12 
June 29 
May 18 
Sept. 28 

Feb. 17 

Apr. 13 
May 11 
Oct. 19 
June 29 
Aug. 10 
Aug. 10 
Feb. 17 
Oct. 19 
June 22 
Apr. 6 
Fob. 3 



Aug. 24 
June 15 

Feb. 17 



Juno 8 
Oct. 12 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 28 
May 25 
Aug. 3 
Jan. 20 

May 4 
Dec. 14 
Dec. 21 
Sept. 21 
Aug. 31 
June 29 
Juno 8 
Dec. 14 

Nov. 23 
Nov. 23 



Dec. 28 
Oct. 19 

Sept. 28 

Aug. 31 

Jan. 6 
July 13 
July 13 

July 20 
June 15 

June 8 
July 27 

Aug. 31 
Nov. 2 

Dec. 28 

Jan. 20 
July C 

July 13 



Monthly 
volume. 



p. 

U3 



275 
389 
189 



81 
C112 
1113 

52 



Official 
Gazette. 



o 
t> 






13 


3 


1001 


278 


1296 


3.57 


153 


44 


1194 


339 


475 


136 


431 


119 


433 


119 


837 


223 


349 


93 


1052 


284 


181 


53 


1015 


285 


5U 


143 


1483 


408 


764 


215 


875 


242 


800 




421 


118 


474 


136 


679 


187 


1631 


449 


489 


138 


492 


138 


718 


204 


768 


211 


1028 


280 


1,54 


44 


205 


59 


1090 


306 


892 


243 


800 


227 


090 


189 


,512 


142 


563 


155 


912 


251 


1036 




1P3 


53 


530 


143 


80 


22 


436 


123 


705 


200 


720 


200 


1362 


382 


1387 




49,9 


117 


357 


98 


10.53 


284 


1055 


284 


1096 


303 


857 


230 


983 


270 


1354 


381 


86 


21 


536 


149 


430 


119 


714 


200 


893 


244 


338 


93 


1237 


349 


1.360 


382 


13 


4 


995 


270 


613 


104 


191 


53 


353 


99 



17 

[18 
18 

17 
17 
17 
17 

17 

17 
18 
18 
17 
17 
18 

18 
18 
18 
17 
17 
18 



17 
17 

18 
17 
18 
18 
17 
18 
17 
17 
17 



18 
17 



17 



17 

18 
18 
18 
17 
18 
17 

17 
IS 
18 
18 
18 
17 
17 
18 

18 
18 



18 
18 

18 

18 

17 

18 
18 

18 
17 

17 
18 

18 
18 

18 

17 
18 

18 



806 

318 

36 



944 
1456 

483 
702 

1067 

81G 

810 

173 

74 

1185 

276 
432 
830 
1480 
1123 
091 

305 



1067 
805 

1501 
332 
333 
352 
88» 

1409- 
774 
23T 



443; 
1381 



305. 



1344 
830' 
632 
097 

1177 
276 
114 

•991 
1362 
1413 
657 
493 
1468 
1304 
1348 

1185 
1185 



1487 
804 

709 

492 

17 

97 
80 

135 

1381 

1271 
225 

493 
989 

1471 

126 
36 

68 



52 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Al])habeticallist of patoifees— Continued. 



Name,. resideace,.ajid iavention. 




Deau, Cyrus S., Crowland, Ontario, Canada, assignor of one-half interest to J. D. Smith, 
Bnfifalo, N. Y. Drag-saw 

Doan, William B. (See Kcynolds and Thomas, assignors.) (Reissue.) 

Deaue, Erasmus M.. St. Paul, Minn. Hay and grain elevator 

Dpane, AValter P., Attlehorougli Falls, Mass., assignor, hy mesne assignment, to D. Goff &• 
Sons and L. B. Gott', Pawtucket, K. I. Braid-holder 

Deane, Walter P., Canton, Mass., assignor to L. B. Goff, Pawtucket, E. I. Braid-holder 

Deane, Walter P., Canton, Mass., assignor to L. B. Goff, Pawtucket, E. I. Holder for hraid 
and other naiTow fabrics 

Dearborn, Charles P., Boston, Mass. Hinge for awning-blinds 

Dearborn, Vasco D., JSoston, Mass. Shutter-fastener 

Deavs, Charles, New York, N. Y. Extension-chandelier 

De Bus, Henry, Cincinnati, Ohio. Manufacture of barrels for white alcoholic liquors 

Decker, Alexander C. (See Ayres and Decker.) 

Decker, C. Vanderbilt, New Springville, N. Y. Ship's pump 

Decker, George W. (See Hann arid Decker.) 

Decker, George W., Canaudaigua, N. Y. Horse-collar fastening 

Decombo, Joseph, San Francisco, Cal. Door-hinge 

De Coster, Jules M., La Grange, Mo. Drag-saw 

Decou, Susan H., Centreville, Ohio. Window-frame 

Decoufle, Anatole, Paris, Prance. Cigarette-machine 

Dederer, Charles H., Jersey City, N. J. Manufacture of horn buttons 

Dederick, Peter K. (See Gehrt, Albert A., assignor.) 

Dederick, Peter K., Albany, N. Y. Baling-prcss. (Eeissue) 

Dederick, Peter K., Albany, N. Y. Baling-press 

Dederick, Peter K., Albany, N. Y. Baling-press 

Dederick, Peter K., Albany, N. Y. Baling-press 

Dederick, Peter K., Albany, N. Y. Bale-wire inserting and bale-dividing device 

Dederick, Peter K., Albany, N. Y. Baling-press 

Dederick, Peter K., Albany, N. Y. Hay-baling machine 

Dederick, Peter K., Albany, N. Y. Bale-tie 

Dederick, Peter K., Albany, N. Y. Baling-press 

Dederick, Peter K., Albany, N. Y. Tread or railway horse-jiower 

Dederick, Peter K., Albany, N. Y. Baling cotton, &c 

Deere & Mansur Company. (See Atkinson, James W., assignor.) 

Deere, Mansur k. Co. (See Bailey, John H., assignor.) 

Deere & Mansur Company. (See Johnson, William H., assignor.) 

Deering, Mark !L., Cleveland, Ohio. Manufacture of paper bags 

Deering, William. (See Hodges, Pliny F., assignor.) 

Deering, William, Louisville, Ky. Horse-power 

Dees, Mark A., Scranton, Miss. Device for supporting a lamp and swing-brush 

Deevy, Patrick, Melrose, Iowa. Guard-finger and sickle-bar 

-Deey , Edward M., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for transporting ships overland 

Defiance Machine Works. (See Seymour, Charles, assignor.) 

De Fraiu, -John, assignor to himself and D. J. Chapman, Philadelphia, Pa. Vegetable-cut- 
ter 

De Gaetauo, Steplien, Brooklyn, assignor to H. W. Collender, New York, N. Y. Pool-ball 
frame 

De Gonzenbach, Charles A., et al. (See Affeltranger, Eudolph, assignor.) 

De Grange, Daniel W. F., Baltimore, Md. Railway signal-lantern 

De Groat, William N., assignor of one-half interest to A. L. Maxwell, Knoxville, Tenn. Ro- 
tary engine 

De Grush, James E., and J. Wreath, Sandy Hill, N. Y. Side-bar vehicle 

De Haven, Isaac, Allegheny, Pa. Cooking-stove 

Deherrypon, Joseph M. A., Paris, France. Manufacture of glassware 

Dehne, I'riedrich. (See Woolnough, George, assignor.) 

Deidiich, William S. (See Brown and Deiurich.) 

Deitz, AlonzoE., Brooklyn, N. Y. Lock 

Deknatel, John A. (See Hamann, August, assignor.) 

Dekremen, Dio. (See AVood, Joseph S., assignor.) 

Delamater, Cornelius H., et al. (See Ericsson, John, assignor.) 

Delamater, Cornelius H., et al. (See Ericsson, John, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Delamater, Cornelius H., et al. (See Eider, Alexander K., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Delameie, Thomas, Chicago, 111. Locomotive fire-box 

Delan, Surville J., New York, N. Y. Game apparatus 

Delaney, Alexander, Richmond, Va. Spark-arrester for steam-boilers 

Delauey, Joseph, assignor to M. M. Delaney, Ashland, Pa. Operating cars on inclined \ 

planes 3 

Deliney, Michael M. (See Delaney, Joseph, assignor.) 

Delauey, Patrick B., Philadelphia,'Pa. Telegraph-key 

Delany, Thomas, Waterloo, N. Y. Plant-protector 

De Lany, William, Cobourg, Ontario, Canada. Fence-post - 

Do La Vega, Miguel, and L. D'Oliveira, New York, N. Y. Fabrication of sugar 

Do La Vergno, John C, New York, N. Y. Beer-cooler 

De La Vergne, John C, New York, N. Y. Bottle and stopper 

De La Vergne, John C., New York, N. Y., and J. J. Suckert, Jersey City, N. J. Method 

of and apparatus for bottling and barreling malt and fermented liquids under pressure 

De La Vergno, John C, and W. M. Mixer, New York, N. Y. Compression and vacuum \ 

pump 5 

Delharpe, Alphonse, Tarare, France. Drying textile fabrics 

Deline, Jeremiah, Akron, Ohio. Carriage-top 

Delisle, Oscar, Hoboken, N. J. Show-box 

Delker, George, Henderson, Ky. Sprini^- vehicle 

Delkesoamp, Adolph, assignor of one-half interest to F. B. Bradley, Southington, Conn. 

■ Eyelet J 

Dell, John C, Philadelphia, Pa. Coffee-grinding miU 

DeUenbaugh, Frederick S., New York, N. Y. Stylographic fountain-pen 

De Loach, William H., Kirby Springs, Ga. Horse-power 



229,975 

220,985 

227,964 
227,965 

228,880 
231,655 
234,000 
223,893 
226,044 

225,353 

233,402 
235,417 
233,403 

224,818 

230,177 
224,399 

9,212 
224,279 
224,280 

224,281 

227,616 
227,617 
227,677 
230,620 

231,215 

231,656 
233,603 



227,350 

227,155 
225,807 
235,855 
231,658 



225,114 

228,879 

231,702 

224,999 
227,499 
234,857 
223,637 

225,808 



233,481 

232,394 
224,001 

231,020 



232,007 
223,892 
235,518 
235,345 
230,694 
232,408 

233,332 

233,736 

235,937 
230,002 
226,984 
234,254 

226,2f'9 
227,742 
229,102 
231,410 







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13 


539 


150 


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27 


1004 


279 


May 


25 


1037 


295 


May 


25 


1037 


295 


June 15 


896 


245 


Aug. 


31 


1227 


345 


Nov. 


2 


223 


60 


Jan. 


27 


839 


224 


Mar. 


30 


1280 




Mar. 


9 


446 


130 


Oct. 


19 


769 


211 


Dec. 


14 


439 


124 


Oct. 


19 


769 


212 


Feb. 


24 


1005 


284 


July 


20 


785 


f219 
i220 


Feb. 


10 


492 


141 


May 


25 


1254 


355 


Feb. 


10 


355 


101 


Feb. 


10, 


357 


102 


Feb. 


10 


358 


(102 
)103 


May 


18 


613 


176 


May 


18 


614 


176 


May 


18 


681. 


194 


Aug. 


3 


27 


8 


Aug. 


17 


732 


C205 
^206 


Aug. 


31 


1228 


C345 
)346 


Oct. 


26 


1020 


284 


May 


11 


314 


91 


May 


4 


82 


22 


Mar. 


23 


987 


283 


Dec. 


28 


996 


276 


Aug. 


31 


1230 


346 


Mar. 





158 


45 


June 15 


895 


244 


Aug. 


31 


1278 


359 


Mar. 


2 


18 


5,6 


May 


11 


476 


136 


JSov. 


30 


1300 


350 


Jan. 


20 


531 




Mar. 


23 


988 


234 


Oct. 


19 


858 


C236 
5 237 


Sept. 


21 


632 


174 


Feb. 


3 


33 


10 


Aug. 


10 


495 


C139 
5140 


Sept. 


7 


161 


42 


Jan. 


27 


839 


224 


Dec. 


14 


569 


162 


Dec. 


14 


357 




Aug. 


3 


114 


33 


Sept. 


21 


724 


201 


Oct. 


19 


630 


187 


Oct. 


26 


ii:*o 


(325 
^326 


Dec. 


28 


1097 


303 


Dec. 


28 


1172 


325 


Apr. 


27 


1003 


279 


Nov. 


9 


523 


144 


Apr. 


6 


102 


47 


May 


18 


765 


215 


June 


22 


11.52 


315 


Aug. 


24 


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Alj}lial)€iical list of patentees — Continued. 



o3 



Xamc, residence, and invention. 



1)0 Loach, TVilliam II., Kiiby Springs, Ga. TTater-ivlieel 

Dc Locht, L^on, Llesc, Belsinm. Microphone 

De Lon^. Alfred B. (See Hill, ■William E., assignor.) 

De Lon^, George A., Phccnis, N. T. Plow 

I>e Long, SI. David, Chicago, 111. Appliance for self-instruction in dancing 

Iicmarest, Ephraim B.. Xew York, X. T. Hod-eleviitor 

Iiemarcst, John, Xetv York, X. Y. Yalvo for vratei'closets 

Demarcst, John, Xctv York, N. Y. "Water-closet v.ilve 

Iiemarest, John, Kew York, N. Y. Flashing cisterns 

Iiemarest, John, Xcvr York, X. Y. TYater-closet 

Iiemarest, John, Xew York, X. Y. 'Water-closet basin 

Demond, George "W. and L., Brooklyn, X. Y. Chimney -top and ventilator 

Hemond. Lonis. (See Demond, George AV. and L.) 

Hemorest. Albert F., Muscatine, Iowa. AViudow and door screen 

Do Mott, George "W., Lodi, X. Y. Ironing-table 

D6n6chand, Jean, San Francisco, Cal. Safety railway-car 

Dengel, Christian. East Xow York, X. Y. Siodical compound 

Denham, Alexander M., Philadelphia, Pa. Dental plugger 

Denison, Amos B., Keene, X''. II. Bracket-stand. (Keissue) 

Denison, Amos B., Keene, X. H. Metal bracket 

Denison, Charles F., Springfield, Mass. Shuttle-bobbin for sewing-machines 

Denison, Charles H., Springfield. Mass. Cuft" 

Denison, Louis B.. Delaware, Ohio. Tripod-head for loveling-instrumen*s 

Denison, Bussel A., Providence, IJ. I. Carpet-lining 

Denlinger, Abraham P., Jamton, Ohio. Gate 

Dcmnan, Julius E., Xewaik, assignor to D. A. Tanhorne, Orange, X. J. Annealing glass. - 

Denneu, Augustus M., "W. C. Du Bois, C. C. Gee, and F. C. Pettigrove, Oakland, Cal. Drj-- ? 

ore-washing machine j 

Dennett. Alphens A., and G. H. Holmes, assignors to Xew Britain Tsnitting Company, 

Xew Britain, Conn. Mechanism for operating the thread - guides of straight -knitting 

macliines 

Dennett Dentpl Xaboli Company. (See Dennett, Herbert E., assignor.) 

Dennett, Herbert E., Boston, Mass. Vial 

Dennett, Herbert E., Boston, Mass., assignor to Dennett Dental Xaboli Company, Hartford, 

Conn. Dental compound for preventing pain 

Denning, James, Pittsburg, Pa. M.mnfacture of pressed glassware 

Denninger, Frank, Xew York, X. Y. 'Wood-hending machine 

Dennis & Co., E. (See Kline, Henry, assignor.) 

Dennis, James, Jr., Providence, R. 1. Incubator 

Dennis, Joseph S., et al. (Seo Betts, Lewis F., assignor.) 

Dennis, Thomas J.. Xewark, X. J. Kerosene air-warmer 

Dennison, Albert S., "Watertown, X. Y. Galvanic horseshoe-pad 

Dennison, D. Stewart, et al. (See Babcock, Stephen E., assignor.) 

Denton, Earl P., Glencoe, Kv. Vermin trap or insulator 

De Planque, Richard, Pliiladelphia, Pa. Plaque for painting and decoration 

De Pontee, Albert G. (Seo Scott, Do Pontee, and Wyman.) 

Depp, Hezekiah E., Sedalia, Mo. Street-car propeller 

De Puy, George "W., Mount Pleasant, Mich. Chum 

Derbv." Marion F., Jersey City, X. .1. Preserving fruits and other articles 

DericTison, WiUiam J., assignor of one-half interest to L. P. Christiansen, Clayton, Cal. 

Ten-foot extension-rulo 

Demham, Fanny, Cincinnati, Ohio. Sewer 

Dervans, Alfred, Brussels, Belgium. Purifying apparatus for steam-boUers 

Desbrough, George, LTtica, X. Y. Heel protector and supporter for rubber shoes 

Deschamps, Felix A. M., Paiis, France. Toilet-case 

Deschamps, Jules, P.iris, I'rance. Hydrostatic scales 

Deshazo, Columbus P., et al. (See Harris and Hardin, assignors.) 

Designolle, Paul G. L. G., Paris, France. Amalgamating apparatus 

DesignoUe, Paul G. L. G., Paris, France. Amalgamating metals 

De Smedt, Edward J., assimor to Xew York Improved Anthracite Coal Company, Xew 

York, X. Y. Laying asphalt or concrete pavements or roads. (Reissue) 

De .Smedr. Edward J., assignor to Xew York Improved Anthracite Coal Company, Xew 

York. X . Y. Asphalt roads and pavements. (Reissue) 

De Souza, Manuel F., Springfield, 111. Viilve for steam-pumps 

Dessart. Charles H., Xew York, X. Y. Mask-fastener 

De Snsini-Ruistco and de Ca.stol-Angeli, Joseph, Paris, France, assignor to F. S. Kinney, ? 

Xew York, X. Y. Cigarette-machine 3 

Detrick, Calvin, assignor of five-twelfths interest to F. C. Mosicr, Pittston, Pa. Preparing 

coal-culm for fuel, &c 

Detrick, .Jacob S., Baltimore. Md. Mechanisms for applying power to sewing-machines 

Detroit Stove "Works. (See Hatchman, Robert, assignor.) 

Detwiler, Emanuel, Milwaukee, "Wis. Meatpacking device 

Detwilcr, Emanuel, Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to S. T. Dauchy. Stove-platform. (Reissue) . . 

Detwiller, Jacob J.. Greenville, X". .1. Insecticide-pastQle 

Denbner, .John C, Dayton, Ohio. Fan apparatus tor forges 

Dense, Amos H. and J. S., Chester, Conn. Die for foiming double-twist gimlets 

Dense, .James S. (See Deusc, Amos H. and J. S.) 

Dcnther, Lorenz A., Biifi'alo, X. Y. Back for picture or other frames 

Deutsch, .Tohn M. (See Clemens, De Laski T., assignor.) 

Deutsch, TTilliam M., Elizabeth, and C. O. Kanouse, assignors of one-third interest to A. X'. 

l*wis, Xewark, X. .1. JIannfacturo of celluloid-coated drum-heads 

Devens, Cornelia F., Brattleborough, Vt. Undergarment 

Devcns, Henry. (See Cnrtis, Francis, assignor.) (Reissue.) 
Devereanx. Ofrin C. (See DoUoff. "Wellington P., assignor.) 

Devcreux, Seth K., Castine, Me. Producing designs upon wood 

Devereux, Seth K., Castine, Me. .Jewel-st.ond 

Devereux, Seth K., Castine, Me. Sbii-t-bosom 

DevUn &. Co. (See McLoughlin and Almqvist. assignors.) 

Devoo. Benjamin G., as.signor of one-half to A. C. Ramsey, Kenton, Ohio. Metallic fence. . . 

Devoe, Benjamin G.. asj;ignor of one-half to A. C. R.imsey, Kenton, Ohio. Metallic fence. . . 

Devoe, Frederick "W., Xew York. X. Y. Paint-can 

Dcvoe, Levi M., et ai. (See Schotield, Silas C, assignor. ) (Reissae.) 



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231,411 
224,400 

229,239 
233,482 
231,021 
226 224 
232i008 
232,009 
233,14.5 
235,134 
224,154 

232,4(i7 
225,352 
235,135 
229,874 
229,809 
9.517 
227,960 
231,285 
234,856 
224,155 
228,734 
229,974 

229,970 
234,255 



230,533 

227,351 

232,807 
230,534 

228,878 

230,247 

234,117 
229,103 

223,321 
231,657 

227,417 
235,136 
233,217 

224,401 
232,948 
230,248 
231,409 
230,178 
232,245 

228,800 
228,970 

9,324 

9,325 
225,575 

226,225 
224, BG7 

223,438 
230;695 

22.5,467 
9,277 
2.32,095 
22.3,380 
224,156 

220,391 



233.604 
227,618 



230,407 
230,756 
232,696 

234,256 
234,257 
226,980 



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Feb. 10 

June 29 
Oct. 19 
Aug. 10 
Apr. 6 
Sept. 7 
Sept. 7 
Oct. 12 
Dec. 7 
Feb. 3 

Sept. 21 
Mar. 9 
Dec. 7 
July 13 
July 13 
Dec. 28 
May 25 
Aug. 17 
Xov. 30 
Feb. 3 
Juno 15 
July 13 

July 13 
Xov. 9 



July 27 

May 11 

Oct. 5 
July 27 
June 15 

July 20 

Xov. 9 
June 23 



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Dec. 7 
Oct. 12 

Feb. 10 
Oct. 5 
July 20 
Aug. 24 
July 20 
Sept. 14 

Juno 15 
June 15 

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Mar. 16 
Apr. 6 
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Jan. 13 
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Jan. 1] 
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May 18 

July 27 
Aug. 3 
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859 
497 

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86 
206 

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445 

87 

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354 

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538 

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315 

12 

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894 

877 

362 
1153 

136 
1230 

382 

88 

517 

493 
185 
879 
939 

787 
445 

812 
989 

1325 

1326 
702 

88 
1158 

287 
115 

582 
327 

985 

86 

208 



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C15 



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142 

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99 

367 

295 

225 

350 

60 

196 

150 

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I 151 

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27 



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249 
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391 

1231 

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741 

225 
1381 

159 

1054 
1427 

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472 

1051 

1296 

831 

304 
769 
159 
420 
146 
606 

1370 
1395 

239 

240 
599 
762 
439 

65 
205 

577 
56 

709 
17 

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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Aljjlialetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residenco, and invention. 



Devore, Levi M., Freeport, 111. "Windmill 

De Vout, Bartholomew B., HarrisburR, Pa. Eailway-switch stand and lock 

Dewaelo, Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. Frame for drying netted fabrics 

De "Warn, Laurens E., New York, N. T. Manufacture of boots and shoes 

Dewey, C. D., et al. (See Pridmoro, Henry E., assisnor.) 
Dewey, David, (See Johnson and Dewey.) 
Dewey, George N. (See Leib, David, assignor.) 

Dewey, Harlow, Westfield, Mass. Iron-planer tool 

Dewey, Harlow, "Westfield, Mass. Planer-tool 

Dewey, Isaac H., Eochester, N. T. Folding rocking-chaii' 

Dewey, Jerome TT"., assignor to (J. "W. Brandt and E. Hoffmann, Chicago, HI. Ironing-board. 

Dewey, Mary, Chicago, 111. Dress-shield 

De "Witt, EmE F., Lansingburg, N. Y. Sash-lock 

De Witt, Henry C, Chicago, 111. Carbureter 

De "Witt, Henry C, Chicago, HI. Carbureter 

Dewitz, Jacob, Peotone, ill. Gage for sawing spokes 

De "Wolf, Henry H., Indianapolis, Ind. Portable balcony 

Dexter, Everett A., Black Eiver, and J. Chase, Eochester, N. Y. Chair 

De Young, Charles Z., et al. (See Chamberlain, "William T., assignor.) 
De Young, Charles Z., et al. (See "Wright, "William A., assignor.) 
Do Young, Joseph B., et al. (See Chamberlain, "William T., assignor.) 
De Young, Joseph B., et al. (See Wright, William A., assignor.) 

D'Heureuse, Eudolph, New York, N. Y. Safety device for windows 

Dibble, Noah H. (See Hardv and Dibble.) 

Dice, Ephraim, Sciota, 111. Windmill 

Dice, Jacob A., St. Mary's, Pa. Carpet-stretcher. 

Dick, Charles J. A. (See Luders, Thomas L., assignor.) 

Dick, Charles J. A., Leyland Eoad, Lee, and (j. A. Dick, London, England, assignors to said 

C. J.A.Dick. Metallic aUoy 

Dick, George A. (See Dick, Charles J. A. and G-. A.) 
Dick, Herman E. (See WithereU, Erie A., assignor.) 

Dick, Eobert, Buffalo, N. Y. Addressing-machine. (Eeissue) 

Dickens, Sam^^el T., JopUn, Mo. Eoll-goods exhibitor 

Dickerman, Charles C, Boston, Mass. Lock and key 

Dickerson, Edward N., New York, N. Y. Operating hatchway-doors , 

Dickerson, Edward N., Jr., New York, N. Y. Electric signaling apparatus 

Dickerson, Edward N., Jr., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for lighting gas by electricity 

Dickerson, Henry J., Appleton, Wis. Shutter- worker 

Dickey, Charles E. (See Gomall, Eichard, assignor.) 
Dickey, Fred. B. (See Beebe, Dickey, and Barnes.) 

Dickey, Eobert B.. Waco, Tex. Eeceipt-book holder 

Dickey, William C. (See Finnegan, John, assignor.) 

Dickey, William D., New York, N. Y. Hydrocarbon-furnace 

Dickey, William D., assignor to himself, J. W. Handren, and J. N. Eobins, New York, N. Y. 

Damper -regulator for furnaces 

Dickey, William H. , assignor of two-thirds interest to A. and G. S. Bennett, Jackson, Mich. 

MiUstone-dri ver 

Dickey, William H., assignor of one-half interest to G. S. Bennett, Jackson, Mich. Chain. . 
Dickey, William H., assignor of one-half interest to G. S. Bennett, Jackson, Mich. Chain.. 

Dickinson, Alfred S., New York, N. Y. Stop-pulley 

Dickinson, David A., Baltimore, Md. Stove-oven lining 

Dickinson Hard Eubber Company. (See Nickerson, Fred. A., assignor.) 

Dickinson, John A., Mobile, Ala. Car-coupling 

Dickinson, John C, et al. (See Clough. Francis W., assignor.) 
Dickinson, Thomas, et al. (See Eeid, William A., assignor.) 
Dickison, Alfred. (See Frank and Dickison.) 

Dickson, Charles T., Cincinnati, Ohio. Telephone 

Dickson, Gilbert J., Albany, N. Y. Clamp 

Dickson, Gilbert J., Albany, N. Y. Locking-latch 

Diedrich, Nicholas. (See Penniman. Elijah P., Sr., assignor.) 

Diehl, Philip. (See Miller and Diehl.) 

Diehl, Philip, Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Singer Manufacturing Company of New Jersey. 

Eoller-presser for sewing-machines 

Dierking, Otto. (See Nuthmann, Theodore, assignor.) 

Dieryckx, Adolph, Buffalo, N. Y. Mashing-machine 

Alcohol-stUl 

Bee-hive coke-oven 

Coal- washing machine , 



Gas-making apparatus. 



Dieryckx, Adolph, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Diescher, Samuel, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Diescher, Samuel, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Dieterich, Charles F., Baltimore, Md. 

Dieterle, Henry E., assignor of one-half interest to G. Bandelow, Chicago, HI. ; said Dieterlo 
and Bandelow assignors to F. Mack, Cleveland, Ohi6. Feeding mechanism for sewing- 
machines 

Dietz, Oswald L. AV"., assignor of one-half interest to F. E. Tyler, Chattanooga, Tenn. Drain- 
■ tile ioint. 



Dicta, William L., Schoharie, N. Y. Broom-corn and cotton scraper and cultivator 

Diffauy, Frederick, Newark, N. J. Ornament for .iowelry 

Diffenderfer, Aaron, AllenvUle, Pa. Sausage-stufier 

Dight, William M. (See Gelvin, John, assignor.) 
Dill, Charles JV. (See Pierco, Samuel B., assignor.) 

Dill, Edwarif, Shelbyville, Ind. Cider-press 

Dill, Thomas, Bay City, assignor to J. (Jlements, Ann Arbor, Mich. Excavating-machine. . 

Dillabv, WiUiamF., Providence, E. I. Safety-hook 

Dille, Harry H., and E. W. McGuiro, Eichmond, Ind. Lawn-mower 

Dillon, Asahel H., Jr. (See Steuart, James A., assignor.) 

Dillon^ Peter, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada. Type setting and distributing machine 

Dillon, Peter, and J. Cleary, assignors, by mesne assignments, to W. Farwell, Sherbrooke, 
(Juebcc, Canada. Soldering-maehiue. (Eeissue) 

Dillon, Peter, and J. Cleary, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada. Machine for placing heads in cans . 

Dillon, Peter, and J. Cleary, assignors to W. Farwell, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada. Solder- 
ing-machinc. (Eeissue) 

Dimmick, Othello J., Fairbniy, 111. Grain-register 



No. 



Date. ■ 



227,418 
225,747 
225 212 
228!007 



227,500 
234,545 
227,099 
230,249 
234,909 
223,624 
223,490 
223,582 
231,546 
223,638 
227,019 



925,70^ 

230.928 
225,273 

228,615 



9,282 
223,894 
234,002 
223,322 
230,096 
234,602 
220,045 



234,001 

234,395 

234,970 

228,043 
229,104 
229,105 
224,662 
232,950 

231,216 



235,856 
225,000 
235,137 



225,274 

225,213 
228,449 
225,354 
233,404 

234,540 



232,010 

233,483 
224,402 
232,949 
223,714 



233,333 
227,222 
227,221 
231,286 



25,4C8 



9.205 
233,079 

9,479 
233,216 



May 11 

Mar. 23 

Mar. 9 

May 25 



May 11 
Nov. 16 
May 4 
July 20 
Nov. 30 
Jan. 13 
Jan. 13 
Jan. 13 
Aug. 24 
Jan. 20 
May 18 



Mar. 23 

Ang. 10 
Mar. 9 

June 8 



July 6 
Jan. 27 
Nov. 2 
Jan. G 
Aug. 3 
Nov. 23 
Mar. 30 



Nov. 2 

Nov. 10 

Nov. 30 

May 25 
June 22 
June 22 
Feb. 17 
Oct. 5 

Aug. 17 



Dec. 28 
Mar. 2 
Dec. 7 



Mar. 9 

Mar. 9 
June 8 
Mar. 9 
Oct. 19 

Nov. 16 



Sept. 7 

Oct. 19 

Feb. 10 

Oct. 5 

Jan. 20 



Oct. 19 
May 4 
May 4 
Aug. 17 

Mar. 10 



May 18 
Oct. 12 

Nov. 23 
Oct. 12 



Monthly 
voliuno. 



Official 
Gazette. 



384 
915 

272 
1091 



113 

260 

78 

310 



476 


137 


889 


237 


9 


3 


880 


250 


1366 


367 


505 


137 


3,50 


93 


457 


124 


1002 


306 


533 


143 


610 


177 


864 


C252 
V253 


391 


113 


338 


99 


550 




332 


92 


840 


224 


224 


60 


137 


35 


116 


34 


1056 


284 


1281 


301 


224 


60 


710 


192 


1438 


387 


1119 


319 


11.53 


315 


11.54 


316 


801 


227 


186 


50 


734 


200 


997 


270 


20 





89 


28 


339 


CO 


273 


7S 


341 


94 


446 


130 


770 


212 


890 


(238 
^239 


105 


42 


860 


237 


495 


142 


186 


49 


014 


164 


082 


187 


158 


47 


157 


40 


805 


220 


583 


C1G9 
ll70 


914 


260 


349 


96 


1282 


.343 


515 


143 



17 
17 
17 

17 



17 
18 
17 
18 
18 
17 
17 
17 
18 
17 
17 



1- 

18 
17 



17 



18 
17 
18 
17 
18 
18 
17 



18 
18 

13 

17 
17 

17 
17 

18 



18 
17 

18 



17 
17 
17 

18 

!l8 



IS 

13 
17 
13 
17 



13 
17 

17 
18 



17 
18 



18 
13 



1051 
044 
516 

1185 



1067 

1152 
9.=0 
159 

1242 

100 

75 

92 

443 

114 

1101 



636 



.318 
528 



1321 



57 

174 

1023 

25 

205 

11^0 

710 



1023 

1121 

1254 

1190 

1427 

1427 

360 

709 



18 1 379 



1471 
460 

1297 



523 

516 

1291 

544 

880 

1152 



551 

895 
304 



860 
1003 
1003 

391 



1143 
802 



1222 
830 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Alphaheiical list of patentees — Continued. 



55 



Name, residence, nnd invention. 



Dimmick, Robert A. (See Howard, Edward-L., assignor.) 

Dimock, Albert S., Hutchinson, Kans. "Windmill 

Dimock, Kobert H. (See Kobinson and Dimock.) 

Dimsey, Jobn E., Vienna Station, Va. Centering-macbine 

Dine, Andrew J., Senia, Ind. Earth-auger 

D'lnfreville, Georges, assignor to "Western Union Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. 
Telegraph apparatus 

D'lnfreville, Georges, New York, N. Y., assignor to National Bell Telephone Company. ) 
Telephone system 5 

Dingens, Joseph A. (See Hempel, Henry A., assignor.) 

Dingman, Archib;ild "W., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and H. H. Argue, Derrick City, as- 
signors of one-third interest to J. J. Carter, Titnsville, Pa. Electric heater for oil-wells. - . 

Dinkelbihler, Jobn G., Cincinnati, Ohio. Kotary brush 

Dinsmore, Alfred S., Boston, Mass. Sewing-machine 

Dion, Joseph, Chicago, 111. Striping-machine 

Dion, L^on. (See Darozir and Dion.) 

Dixon, Ephraim, Evergreen, assignor of one-half interest to M. KUey, Conecuh, Ala. Tmss- 
brid 



Dixon, Franklin M., Philadelphia, Pa. Dropping-bottle 

Dixon, George, Thompsonville, Conn. Pile-wire mechanism for looms 

Dixon, Patrick. (See Perkins, Strehom, and Dixon.) 

Dison, Theron S. E., Chicago, HI. Device for transmitting circular motion 

Dixon, Theron S. E., Chicago, HI. Device for transmitting motion 

Doane, "Willard A., Pochester, N. Y. Machinery for grinding wood for paper-pulp 

Doane, "Willard A., Kaukauna, "Wis. AVood-pulping machine 

. Doane, "William H., Cincinnati, Ohio. Sectional shaft for wood- working machines 

Doane, "WOliam H., and G. "W. Bugbee, assignors to J. A. Eay & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. ? 
Spoke-throating machine 5 

Doane, William H., G. AV. Passel, and G, "W. Bugbee, assignors to J. A. Fay & Co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. Variety wood-worker , 

Dobbelaar, Lawrence, assignor of one-half interest to D. G. YuengUng, Jr., New York, N. Y. 
Sign 

Dobell, Ebenezer, Hastings, Great Britain. Button or stud 

DobsoD, James, et al. (See Greaves, James, assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Dobson, John, et al. (See Greaves, James, assignor.) (Reissue.)^ 

Dobson, Robert F., assignor to himself and J. "Wharrie, JDarlington, "Wis. "Weighing-scales. . 

Dobyne, James B., et al. (See Nelson, James S., assignor.) 

Dodd, Alvin H. (See Clay, Robert J., assignor.) 

Dodd, Amzi S. (See Hussey, Charles A., assignor.) 

Doddridge, "William C, New Madrid, Mo. Heating-drum 

Dodds, John. (See Ritty, Sebastian, assignor.) 

Dode, Edouard, Montreuil, (near Paris,) France. Bright-gilding iron and other metals 

Dodge, Alfred C, Charlotte, Mich. Milk-pail holder 

Dodge, Cheever K. (See Brady, James, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Dodge, Christopher Gr., Jr., New York, N. Y. Distemper-paint 

Dodge, Christopher G., Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Distemper-paint. (Reissue) 

Dodge, Edward E., New York, N. Y. Folding keel for vessels 

Dodge, Ezra S., Providence, R.I. Separable button 

Dodge, Israel A., Appleton City, Mo. Hedae-trimmer 

Dodge, James M., New York, N. Y. Chain 

Dodge, James M., New York, N. Y. Chain 

Dodge, James M., New York, N. Y. Chain 

Dodge, James M., New York, N. Y. Chain 



No. 



Dodge, John F., Bennington, N. H. Fork-guard 

Dodge, Manly C, Caro, Mich. Book-case 

Dodge, Theodore A., trustee. (See Addy, Charles .J., assignor.) 
Dods, Henry. (See Connor and Dods.) 

Dodson, Orson "W., Henderson, Tex. Cloth-measuring machine 

Dodson, Orson "W., Henderson, Tex. Cloth-measuring machine 

Dodson, "Wilson P., Philadelphia, assignorof one-half interest to A. H. Ege, Mechanicsburg. 

Pa. Blotter 

Dodson, "Wilson P., Philadelphia, assignorof one-half interest to A. H. Ege, Mechanicsburg, 

Pa. Railway-switch 

Dodson, "Wilson P., Philadelphia, assignor of one-half interest to A. H. Ege, Mechanicsburg. 

Pa. Railway-switch 

Doe, George F. (See Doe, George W. and G. F.) 

Doe, George "W. and G. F., Fairhaven, Mass. Loom-shuttle spindle 

Doering, Justus, Philadelphia, Pa. Drop-box mechanism for looms 

Doerr, George. (See Geldreicb, Joseph, assignor.) 

Doescher, Eibo H., Homestead, Iowa. Automatic fire-lighter 

Doherty, Daniel A., Boston, Mass. Lunch-box 

Doherty, Lucy A. (See Turner, Alexander, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Doherty, Patrick "W., Boston, Mass. Clasp or link 

Doland, James H., Maiden, Mass. Ventilating apparatus 

Dolbear, Amos E., Somerville, Mass. Combined telephone and electro-magnet 

Dolbear, AmosE., Somerville, Mass. Electro-dynamometer 

Dolby, Thomas G. F., London, England. Apparatus for exhausting air from cans 

Dolby, Thomas G. F., London, England. Sheet-metal vessel 

Dole, "Walter N., agent, et al. (See Tregurtha, James, assignor.) 
Dole, "Walter N., et al. (See Tregurtha, James, assignor.) 
D'Oliveira, Luiz. (See De La Vega and D'Oliveira.) 

Dolley, Izates B., Port Allegheny, Pa. Trap for catching birds 

DoUotf, "Wellington P., Providence, R. I., assignor to J. W. Greene &. Smith, New York, 

N. Y. Separable button 

Dolloft", "WeUington P., assignor to 0. C. Devereaux, Providence, R. I. Separable button 

and stud 



Dolloff, Wellington P., assignor to J. C. Harrington, Providence, R. I. Bracelet 

DoUoff, Wellington P., assignor to P. and A. Linton, Providence, R. I. Bracelet 

Dolloff, Wellington P., assignor to himself and E. F. Presbrey, Providence, R. I. Separa- 
ble button 

Dolsen, Ninian H.. Chatham, Ontario, Canada. Kitchen-cabinet 

Dolson, John L., Charlotte, Mich. Seat-lock 



232,469 

228,249 
228,044 

233,859 
234,578 



231,287 
223,842 
231,155 
227,501 



230,929 
234,003 
225,469 

229,875 
230,250 
224,002 
224,405 
228,046 

225,355 

227,223 

226,724 
229,240 



226,046 



223,715 

230,864 
228,327 

223,895 
9,411 
228,450 
229,388 
233,485 
228,735 
229,978 
229,979 

234,548 

227,224 
234,461 



223,716 
230,757 

228,808 

233,146 

233,605 

231,773 
225,115 

230,758 
231,156 

226,725 
235,217 
226,906 
228,807 
230,179 
233,080 



234,004 

226,988 

230,115 
232,116 
234,858 

234,910 
235,074 
229,977 



Date. 



Sept. 21 

June 1 
May 25 

Nov. 2 
Nov. 16 



Aug. 17 
Jan. 27 
Aug. 17 
May 11 



Aug. 10 
Nov. 2 
Mar. 16 

July 13 

July 20 

Feb. 3 

Feb. 10 

May 25 

Mar. 9 

May 4 

Apr. 20 
Juno 29 



Mar. 30 



Monthly 
volume. 



105 
1121 



41 
932 



806 
776 
649 

477 



392 

228 
585 

431 

881 

36 

498 

1123 

447 



160 

685 
1298 



1282 



Jan. 20 


615 


Aug. 10 
June 1 


322 
195 


Jan. 27 
Oct. 12 
June 8 
June 29 
Oct. 19 
June 15 
July 13 
July 13 


841 
656 
342 
1484 
861 
713 
543 
544 


Nov. 16 


892 


May 4 
Nov. 16 


163 
791 


Jan. 20 
Aug. 3 


616 
184 


June 15 


814 


Oct. 12 


436 


Oct. 26 


1023 


Aug. 31 
Mar. 2 


1362 
159 


Aug. 3 
Aug. 17 


185 
650 


Apr. 20 
Dec. 7 
Apr. 27 
Juno 15 
July 20 
Oct. 12 


686 
191 
909 
813 
788 
350 


Nov. 2 


228 


Apr. 27 


1010 


July 20 
Sept. 14 
Nov. 30 


715 

288 
1300 


Nov. 30 
Dec. 7 
July 13 


1367 

16 

542 



201 

31 
319 

11 
C250 
1251 



226 
207 
184 
137 



113 
61 

170 

119 

250 

10 

143 

320 

C130 

il31 

47,48 

191 

358 



361 



94 

408 

238 

196 

151 

151 

f239 

i240 

48 

212 



165 
53, 54 

223 

119 

284 

383 
45 

54 
184 

191 
52 
553 
222 
221 
06 



61 

230 

200 

81 
350 

367 

4 

151 



Official 
Gazette. 



13 

17 
17 

18 
|18 



18 
17 

18 
17 



18 
18 
17 

18 
18 
17 
17 
17 

•17 



17 



17 



18 

17 

18 
18 

18 

IB 
18 
18 






633 



1243 
1190 



993 
1158 



391 

163 

366 

1067 



318 
1023 

578 

80 

159 

209 

304 

1190 

544 



1004 



J456 



716 



127 

308 
1253 

174 

855 

1291 

1481 

895 

1356 

98 

98 

1152 

1004 
1135 



127 
276 

1370 

816 

932 

493 
483 

277 
366 

832 
1312 

930 
1370 

146 

802 



1023 

945 

135 

579 

1231 

1242 
1283 

98 



56 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Dominy, Ezra, rreedom, 111. Cornstalk-cutter 

Donaldson, Eobert B., Washington, D. C. Support for dental mouth-glasses 

Donaldson, Robert B., "Washington, D. C. Socket-handle for tools 

Donaldson, Samuel, assignor of two-thirds to A. L. McWhorter and J. P. Clayton, Altoona, 

Iowa. Attachment to pumps 

Donath, 3?. A. Hermann, and C. E. F. Jasper, Dresden, Sasony, Germany. Feeding device 

for cigar-machines 

Donate, Andrew, New York, N. Y. Locomotive-engine 

Donate, Tommaso, New York, N. Y. Device for converting motion 

Donker, Edward. (See Donker, Kichard and E.) 

Donker, Eichard and E., Albany, N. Y. Petit ledger and hill-holder 

Donkersly, Cornelius, New York, N. Y. Eail way-switch 

Donkersly, Cornelius. New York, N. Y. Elevated-railway turn-table 

Donkin, Edward E. (See Von Eingharz, Theodore, assignor.) 

Donley, "William, Conesville, Ohio. Elooring-clamp 

Donley, "William J"., New York, N. Y. Trotting-snlky 

Donloii, "William, Minneapolis, Minn. Feed-governor'for middlings-purifiers, &c 

Donmoyer, Eudolph "W., South Bend, Ind. Fifth-wheel for children's carriages 

Donnel, John "W., Bedford, assignor to V. Chambers, Muscatine, Iowa. Millstone-driver. .. 

Donnell, Edward P., Cincinnati^ Ohio. Bill-file 

Donnelly, Felix. (See Tan "Winkle and Donnelly.) 

Donnelly, Michael, Boston, Mass. Guide for winding cord or rope 

Donovan, George L., assignor to C. Eogers &. Brother, "West Meriden, Conn. Drawer-pull. . 

Donovan, Jeremiah "W., Neponset, Mass. Lamp-extinguisher 

Donovan, John E., Cincinnati, Ohio. Sewing-machine table , 

Donovan, John E., Cincinnati, Ohio. Sewing-machine treadle 

Donovan, John E., Cincinnati, Ohio. Tapor-burner 

Dons, Christian, ct al. (See Alsing, Frederik, assignor.) 

Dooley, Thomas B., Chelsea, assignor to W. H. Forbes, Boston, Mass. Chromatic-printing 

machine 



Ve- 



Dooling, James, Boston, Mass. Eefrigerator packing-box 

Doolittle, George, and E. A. Curtiss, Bridgeport, Conn., assignors to said Doolittle 
hicle-axle 

Doolittle, George "W., assignor of one-half interest to"W. C. Cruser, Montrose, Pa. "Wagon- 
pole * 

Doolittle, Moses C, Fort Madison, Iowa. Gate 

Doran, Patrick, Brooklyn, assignor to H. C. Meyer & Co., New York, N. Y. Faucet 

Doremns, Henry B., et al. (See Dorn, August, assignor.) 

Doremus, Peter C, Bayonne, N. J. Process and compound for embalming and preserving 
animal substances 

Doremus, "Willard D., et al. (See Strattan, Samuel E., assignor.) 

Doret, Paul M., Locle, Switzerland. Minute-counting attachment for chronogi'aphs 

Dorflingcr, Louis J. (See Farnham, Frank G., assignor.) 



Dorgan, Joseph H., Plattshurg, N. Y. Horseshoe -machine. 
Dorgeval, Polydore, Paterson, N. J. Power-loom 



Toy.. 



Doring, Ernest N., New York, N. Y. "Wardrobe-bedstead 

Dorlon, Philetus, Brooklyn, N. Y. Combined butter-cooler and water-holder 

Dorn, August, assignor to himself, J. P. Hennion, and H. B. Doremus, Newark, N. J. 

Dorris, George "W., Elgin, Tex. AVashing-machine 

Dorscb, John, Canandaigua, N. Y. Ash-sifter 

Dorser, James C. (See Byers and Dorser.) 

Dorsett, Martha J., Prince George's County, Md. Fruit-drier 

Dorsey, John W., Middlebury, and F. L. Eeed, Benson, assignors to Vermont Farm Machine 

Conipany, Bellows Falls, Vt. "Water-tank for milk-cans 

Dorsey, Eobert S., et al. (See "Woodruff, Chauncey D., assignor.) 'Eelssue.) 

Dotter, Charles T., Brooklyn, N. Y. Doll 

Doubleday, Henry H., "Washington, D. C. Oil-well packer 

Doubler, John AV. H., assignor to himself and M. E. Haight, Eockford, HI. Album 

Douds, David D. (See McCaskey and Douds.) 

Dougherty, Edward D.^hiladelphia, Pa. Division block and holder for stone-saws 

Dougherty, George H., Jersey City, N. J Device for stopping engines 

Dougherty, James H. (See Briggs and Dougherty.) 

Dougherty, John, Somerville, Mass. Attaching glass knobs to spindles 

Dougherty, .John B., Eochestcr, assignor to Burrcll, Ives & Co. and D. H. Burrell, Little 

Falls, N. Y. Hoop 

Dougherty, Owen T. (See Herbert and Dougherty.) 

Dougherty, Simon M., Lancaster, Pa. Tobacco-leaf-cutting knife 

Dougherty, Tiberius B., Philadelphia, Pa. Self-adjusting auti-sparrow-rest 

Dougine, James T., San Francisco, Cal. Excavating-ma'chino 

Douglas, Adam B., Monroe, "Wis. Holdback for vehicles 

Douglas, Charles. (See Gallagher and Douglas.) 
Douglas & Co., Charles. (See Erode, Louis A., assignor.) 
Douglas, James, Jr. (See Hunt and Douglas.) 

Douglas, John and T. D., San Francisco, Cal. Preparation of lime-juice 

Douglas, Thomas D. (See Douglas, John and T. D.) 

Douglass, John T., East Liverpool, Ohio. Cultivator-^uard 

Douglass, "WUliam H., assignor to J. Grant, Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for making illu- 



No. 



minating-gas. 



Dover, Samuel B., Sonera, Ga. 

cotton-chopper 

Dover Stamping Company. (See Foss, L 
Dover Stamping Company. 
Dover Stamping Company. 
Dover Stamping Company. 



Combined seed-planter, guano-distributer, cultivator, and 



, Bacon, assignor.) 
(See Gear, Samuel W., assignor.) 
(See Lesson, Philip, assignor.) 
. (See Noyes, Josiah H., assignor.) 

Dowd, Peter A" Boston, Mass. Electrical switch-board 

Dowe, William D. (See Blair, Llewellyn P., assignor.) 
Dowlin, Marshall E., North Adams, Mass. Gag-runner for harness 
Dowling. Patrick, et al. (See Merrill, George P., assignor.) 
Dowling, Tlaomas W., Detroit, Mich. Adjustable window-screen .. 
Downes, Charles H., Jersey City, N. J. Stylographlc fountain-pen 



(Eeissue.) 



229,106 

224,663 
233,486 



Date. 



Juno 23 

Feb. 17 
Oct. 19 



235,938 Dec. 28 



226,226 
226,290 
231,547 

235,138 
224,157 
225,002 

232,470 
226,987 
228,180 
235,139 
230,003 



227,743 
225,576 
233,218 
225,809 
230,251 
235,673 



235,606 
230,252 

227,078 

224,403 
225,512 
228,736 



228,519 
223,220 

230,180 

234,758 

233,484 
235,857 
224,585 
223,717 
231,659 

232,697 

227,503 

235,218 
232,013 

228,451 

228,045 
236,004 

231,903 

233,487 

230,116 
224,520 
225,001 
226,052 



228,881 
23.5,140 
227,502 
235,219 

233,081 

223,896 

229,032 
225,810 



Apr. 6 
Apr. 6 
Aug. 24 

Dec. 7 
Feb. 3 
Mar. 2 

Sept. 21 
Apr. 27 
June 1 
Dec. 7 
Dec. 28 
Apr. 6 

May 18 
Mar. 16 
Oct. 12 
Mar. 23 
July 20 
Dec. 21 



Dec. 14 
July 20 

May 18 



Feb. 
Mar. 



June 15 

June 8 
Jan. . 6 

July 20 

Nov. 23 

Oct. 19 
Dec. 28 
Feb. 17 
Jan. 20 
Aug. 31 

Sept. 28 

May 11 

Dec. 7 



Monthly 
volume. 



p< 

OS 



sept. 
June 


t 
8 


May 
Dec. 


25 

28. 


Sept. 


7 


Oct. 


19 


Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 


20 

17 

2 

20 


June 


15 


Dec. 


7 


May 


11 


Dec. 


7 


Oct. 


12 


Jan. 


27 


June 22 
Mar. 23 



1155 

802 
863 

1099 

89 
163 
1093 

93 

208 
22 

727 

1009 

22 

94 

1174 

18 

766 
703 
518 
990 
884 
756 



674 

884 

682 

496 
635 
715 



431 
13 



789 

1167 

860 
997 
719 
617 
1232 

986 

479 



192 
168 
343 

1122 
1174 

30 



716 

633 

21 

Oil 



897 

95 

479 

193 

351 

841 

1076 
991 



Q 



C316 
^317 

228 
238 

304 

24 

47 

307 

28 
60,61 

7 

202 
280 

7 

28 

325 

5 

216 
207 
144 
284 
250 
215 



191 

250 

194 

142 
185 
196 



^222 

)223 

C314 

J 315 

238 

276 

204 

165 

346 

271 

138 

52 
43 
95 

319 
326 



239 

200 

183 

6 

171 



29 

137 

52, 53 

96 



293 

284 



Oflacial 
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1680. 
Alplialeiical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Name, residence, aud invention 




Downes, Chai-les H. and C. L., Jersey City, N. J. Stylograpliic fountain-pen 

Downes, Charles H., Jersey City, N. J. Stylographic fountain-pen 

Downes, Charles H , Jersey City, N". J. Stylographic fountain-pen 

Downes, Charles H., Jersey City, N. J. Pencil-case 

Downes, Charles L. (See DoTrnes, Charles H. ind C. L.) 

Downes, Charles L. (See Fisher and Downes.) 

Downes, (iharies L., Jersey City, N. J. Pencil-case 

Downes, Nicholas, Syracn'se. 1^. T. Filter 

Downey, James. (See AVitsil, Elias, assignor.) 

Downie, Kobert il., Butler County, Pa. well-drilling machine 

Downing, Clarence V. B., San Francisco, Cal. Automatic cut-otf and governor 

Downing, James, et al. (See Parker, Thomas, assignor.) 

Downing, TVilliam K., Murfreeshorough, Tenu. Grubber 

Doyle, George F., Boston, Mass. Combined cradle and carriage 

Doyle. .James J., assignorto Palmer SpongeMoisteningCompany, New York, N. Y. Sponge- 
raoistener 

Doyle. John, Hoboken, N. J., assignor of one-half interest to C. C. Dusenbury, New York, 
N. Y. Galvanic battery 

Doyle, Thomas. San Francisco, Cal. Horseshoe-nail 

Dracke. Carl H. (See Iteinhold, Heinrich, assignor.) 

Drain, Henry T., J. ilcClung, and E. G. Penrose, Tama City, Iowa. Device for feeding 
air to furnaces 

Drais. Peter, "Washington Court- House, Ohio. Machine for making hog-rings 

Drake. Albert A. (See 'Williams, Francis A., assignor.) 

Drake. Henry N. (See King and Drake.) 

Drake, Hiram E., Fort Atkinson, "Wis. Air-pump 

Drake, James S. (See Campbell and Drake.) 

Drake, John H., Putnam, Ohio. Ballot-box 

Drake, Sereno A., Farmer "Village, N. Y. Door-hanger 

Drake. "Wear L., Chicago, 111. Clay-tempering machine 

Draper, Ellis D., Norwood, Mass. Anti-friction journal-box 

Draper, Ellis D., Norwood, Mass. Sheave 

Draper. EUwood. (See Garretson and Draper.) (Reissue.) 

Draper, George, et al. (See Kabbeth, Francis J., assignor.) 

Draper, Henry C, and T. O. Bowyer, Oswego, Kans. Apparatus.for retailing nails, &.C. . - 

Draper. Henry V. P., Hannibal, assignor of one-sixteenth interest to K. E. Williams and 
E. B. TTicke'nhauser, St. Lonis, Mo. Treatment of petroleum lubricating-oil and lard-oil. 

Draper <fc Sons, George. (See Carroll, "William T., assignor.) 

Draper, "Virgil, North Attleborough, Mass. Gem-setting. (Reissue) 

Draper, "William F. (See Allen, Nicholas I., assignor.) 

Draper. "William F. (See Raworth, John S., assignor.) 

Dravo, Charles M., Allegheny, Pa. Soldering-iron ; 

Drawbaugh, Daniel, Eberly's Mill, assignor of two-thirds interest to E. "W. Chellis, Harris- 
burg, Pa. "Water-motor '. 

Drawbaugh, Daniel, Eberly's MUl, assignor of two-thirds interest to E. "W. Chellis, Harris- 
burg, Pa. Rotary measuring-faucet 

Dredge, Alfred, Brooklyn, N. Y. Hand ruling-pen ; 

Drcher, Baptist, Cleveland, Ohio. Stringing piano-fortes 

Dreher, Hiram J., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to himself, G. M. AVetmore, and C. H. Angel, 
Rochester, N. Y. Separating plumbago from its ores 

Dreka, Louis, Philadelphia, Pa. Die-clamp for plate-printing presses 

Dresser, Solomon R., Bradford, Pa. Packing for Artesian wells 

Dresser, Thomas "W., San Jos6, Cal. Apparatus for condensing mercurial fames 

Drew, James "W.. Boston, Mass. Clothes-hook 

Drew, Renben "W., Dayton. Ohio. Journal-bearing 

Drew, "Walter J., Grandville, assignor to Michigan Carpet Sweeper Manufacturing Com- 
pany. Grand Rapids, Mich. Carpet-sweeper 

Drew," "Walter J., assignor to Michigan Carpet Sweeper Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Carpet-sweeper 

Drew, AViUiam P., Preston, Minn. Mechanical movement 

Drewes. Amandus T. (See Mamlok and Drewes.) 

Dreyfass, Bernard, New York, N. Y. Picture-frame 

Drinkwatcr, Orlo H., Cedar Point, Kans. Car-coupling 

Drinkwater, Orlo H., Cedar Point, Kans. Car-coupling 

Drinkwater, Orlo H., Cedar Point, Kans. Grain-car-door fastening 

Driscoll, Edward M., Cincinnati, Ohio. Carriage-bow 

Driscoll, William, Brockville, Ontario, Canada. Animal- trap 

Drisko, Alonzo S., Boston, Mass. Camp-stool 

Drown. Otis E., Pawtucket, assignor ol one-half interest to H. L. Fairbrother, Providence, 
E.I. Machine for working rawhides 

Droz-Jeannot, Paul, Fils, Brenets, Neufchatel, Switzerland. Stem-winding watch 

Drummond, David, Dubuque, lowi. Shoe-clasp 

Dmmmond, George A. (See Gillespie, "Walter, assignor.) 

Drummond, "WiUiam W. (See Aikin aiyi Drummond.) 

Dryden, George, Boston, Mass. Governor and safety appliance to elevators 

Dryfoos, Louis. (See Beck. August, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Drysdale, "William, Louisville, Ky. "Watch-case spring 

Dubemet, Lucien, San Francisco, Cal. Photographic stand and album 

Du Bois, Frederic N., New York, N. Y. Machine for making plumbers' traps 

Da Bois, Frederick N., New York, N. Y. Machine for making plumbers' traps 

Da Bois, Frederick N., New York, N. Y. Machine for making plumbers' traps 

Da Bois, James J., Springtown, N. Y. Wagon running-gear 

Du Bois, John, Du Bois, Pa. Radiator 

Du Bois, John, Williamsport, Pa. Dam and lock 

Du Bois, Pierre C. Copper City, Cal. Ore-crusher 

Du Bois, William C. (See Dennen, Du Bois, Gee, and Pettigrove.) 

Du Bose, John B. (See Qnattlebaum, Bolivar J., assignor.) 

Dnbruille. John J. (See Enbarts and Dubruille.) 

Dn Erul, Napoleon, Cincinnati, Ohio. School-slate 

Du Bml. Napoleon, assignor to Miller, Dn Brul & Peters Manufacturing Company, Cincin- 
nati. Ohio. Cigar-mold 

Due. Henry A.. Jr., Charleston, S. C. Refrigerator 

Dachemin, William, assignor to C. F. Davis, Boston, Mass. Toy shuttlecock 

Duck, Francis R., Chicago, lU. Manufacture of paper boxes 



229,980 
232, B33 
233,924 
236,005 



225,214 
231,480 

228,737 
227,967 

227,620 
234,547 

229,680 

224,404 
233,334 



226,003 
233,606 

231,217 

226,726 
236,006 
229,810 
223,639 
223,802 

235,753 

228,181 
J, 154 

220,002 

225,577 

229.592 
231,703 

228,738 

235,858 
223.323 
227; 419 
234,462 
224,003 
226,907 

229,389 

232.698 
233,335 

232,471 
225,578 
226,727 
226,728 
232,601 
223,324 
223,221 

229,981 
233,336 
230,759 



233,841 

227,504 
226,445 
233,337 
233,338 
234,463 
223,897 
228,616 
229,682 
223,281 



225,215 

230,535 
224,282 
227,884 
229.524 



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June 15 
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Oct. 19 



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Oct. 26 



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Dec. 28 

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July 27 
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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 

Al2)hahetical list of lyateniees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Duckcr, Henry W., New York, N. Y. Glove-fastening 234,005 

Ducker, William A., Burgoyne, Ontario, Canada. Parallel ruler 233,737 

Duckwortli, John C., New York, N. Y., assignor, by mesne assignments, to G. Crompton 
Worcester, Mass. Loom. (Eeissue) .' 



Ducommun, PaulH.,and C.T. Steinlen, MulLouse, Alsace, 
substances 



Machinery for combing fibrous ? 



Ducournau, L6onco P., New Orleans, La. Motor : 

Diideck, Hugo, assignor to E. Methlow &- Co., Berlin, Prussia, Germany. Engine-lathe .. . 
Dudgeon, Alexander, Caledonian Eoad, Middlesex county, Great Britain. Steam-packiug. 
Dudley, George D. and D Sherwood, assignors to Woods Sherwood & Co., Lowell Mass. 

Bottle-stopper 

Dudley, George D., and S. Mansfield, assignors to Woods, Sherwood & Co., Lowell, Mass. 

Wire binge 

Dudley, George W., Waynesborough, Va., assignor of one-half interest to K. E. AVay. Saw 

filing and setting machine 

Dudley, George W., and W. J. Jones, Waynesborough, Va. Vehicle-wheel 

Dudley, George W., Waynesborough, Va. Eotary engine 

Dudley, Oliver J., el al. (See Willmeth, Charles S., assignor.) 

Dudley, Eichard, et al. (See Hershey, Benjamin, assignor.) 

Dudley, Eichard, and B. Hershey, assignors of one-third interest to F. M. Crane, Erie, Pa. 

Clothes-wringer 

Dudley, Eussel G., Jersey City, N. J. Shutter- worker 

Dudley, Walter J., Boston, Mass. Signal and switch apparatus for telephones 

Duebe'r, John C., Newport, Ky. Watch-case bow 

Duenokel, Maria, St. Louis, Mo. Nursing-dress 

Duer, A. Adgate, Baltimore, Md. Caster 

Duer, Douglas H., Baltimore, Md. Sash-cord guide 

Duff, James. Peoria, HI. Casting metal 

Duff, John T., Allegheny, assignor of one-half to W. M. Wagner, Pittsburg, Pa. Machine 

for flattening and sharpening plow-colters 

Duffey, Hugh, Cortland Village, N. Y. Tire-heating furnace 

Duffus, William. (See Maybee, M. Addio, assignor.) 

Dufiy, James E.. Chicago, HI., assignor of one-fourth interest to J. Moonoy, NewYork, N. Y., 

and J. L. Burleigh, Ann Arbor, Mich. Machine for coating sheet-iron or other metals 

with tin, &c 

Du Eour, Joseph L. M., Boundbrook, N. J. Toy hoop 

Duggins, George G. (See Pulli.im, Luther, assignor.) 

Duhem, Constant, Denver, Colo. Machine for washing, sizing, and amalgamating gold and 

silver 



Duke, Patrick H., assignor to T. C. Williams, Eichmond, Va. Plug-tobacco , . 

Duke, William, Longtown, assignor of one-half to E. G. Graham, Coldwater, Miss. Baling- 



press 



Dumars, Horace, St. Louis, Mo. Device for hanging articles in windows 

Dnmmer, Samuel E., New Brighton, N. Y. Bonds, notes, and other evidences of value 

Dumont, Eleury, Jr. (See Parker and Dumont.) 

Du Moiay, Cyprien M. T., Paris, France, and L. E. Beckwith, New York, N. Y. Differ- 
ential gas-motor 

Du Motay, Cypi^ien M. T., Paris, France, and A. I. Eossi, New York, N. Y. Production of 
cold inice-machines, &c 

Du Motay, Cyprien M. T., Paris, Er.ance, and E. Stern, New York, N. Y. Process and ap- 
paratus for accelerating the distribution of gas 

Du Motay, Cyprien M. T., Paris, Franco, and L. F. Beckwith, New York, N. Y. Eeaction 
and direct-action engine 

Du Motay, Cyprion M. T., Paris, France, and A. J. Eossi, New York, N. Y. Production of 
cold for manufacturing ice 

Du Motav, Cyprien M. T., Paris, France. Process and apparatus for producing hydrogen \ 
gas. .-'- 5 

Du Motay, Cyprien M. T., Paris, France. Process and apparatus for manufacturing hy- \ 
drogen gas 5 

Du Motay, Cyprien T., Paris, France, and A. J. Eossi, New York, N. Y. Eefrigerating 
process and apparatus 



Du Motay, Cyprien T., Paris, France. Production of hydrogen gas 

Du Motay, Cyprien T., assignor to E. Stem, Now York, N. Y. Treating copper ores. 



Dunaway, Elijah F., Covington, Ky. Seed-planter 

Dunbar, G. Edwin, Kalamazoo, Mich. Harrow and cultivator 

Dunbar, Eobert, Buffalo, N. Y. Operating elevators 

Dunbtir & Son, E. (See Gardner, Frederick A., assignor.) 

Dunbar's Sons, G. W. (See Bartlett, Frederick W., assignor.) 

Duncan, Benjamin, and J. E. Leyden, Philadelphia, Pa. Type-form for electro typing. 

Duncan, John L. (See Webb arid Duncan.) 

Dunham, Charles C. (See Dunham, George, assignor.) 

Dunham, Charles N., Philadelphia, Pa. Eyeglasses 

Dunham, George, assignor to (j. C. Dunham, unionville. Conn. Nut-machine 

Dunham, Isaac A., Brockton, Mass. Edge-plane for boots and shoes 

Dunham, Isaac A., Brockton, Mass. Cutter for solo or welt trimmers 

Dunham, Oscar E., Brockton, Mass. Heel-shave 

Dunham, Thomas H., Boston, Mass. Making rope-yams from cotton 

Dunkel, Oscar, Eureka, Ncv. Veliicle device for hitching horses 

Dunlevy, Antliony C. (Seo Campbell and Dunlevy.) 

Dunlop, Eobert, Jamesville, N. Y. Limekiln 



Dunn, Charles W., assignor to himself and W. Saylor, Cleveland, Ohio. Machine for filing 
saws 

Dunn, Edward, and E. H. H.avener, Alexandria, Va. Spark-arrester 

Dunn, George, and E. A. Lo Barron, North Wilbraham, Mass. Beating-engine for paper- 



pulp 



Dunn, Jefferson. (See Gray, Eichard, assignor.) 
Dunn, Martin. (See Smith and Dunn.) 
Dunning, Almon S., Joliet, HI. Lining fiimaces. 



(Eeissue) . 



9,270 

224,428 

231,774 
230,253 
232,011 

223,32,') 

235,859 

226,291 
233,219 
236,007 



229,107 
225,116 
234,663 
229,681 
232,246 
229,033 
230,408 
229,308 

234,006 
226,164 



229,527 
230,697 



224,406 
231,022 

234,549 

228,988 
225,748 



223,555 

224,246 

224,311 

225,245 

228,488 
229,338 

229,339 

228,487 
229,340 

234,212 

225,275 

233,663 
226,047 

223.584 



233,738 
231,956 
224,769 
235,075 

223,583 
227,885 
226,653 

229,811 



233,739 

227,420 

233,839 



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Nov. 2 
Oct. 26 

Juno 29 

Feb. 10 

Aug. 31 
July 20 
Sept. 7 

Jan. 6 

Dec. 28 

Apr. 6 
Oct. 12 
Dec. 28 



June 22 
Mar. 2 
Nov. 23 
July 6 
Sept. 14 
June 22 
July 27 
June 29 

Nov. 2 
Apr. 6 



July 6 
Aug. 3 



Feb. 10 
Aug. 10 

Nov. 10 
June 22 
Mar. 23 



Jan. 13 

Feb. 3 

Feb. 10 

Mar. 9 

June 8 
June 29 

June 29 

June 8 
June 29 

Nov. 9 

Mar. 9 

Oct. 20 
Mar. 30 

Jan. 13 



Oct. 20 
Sept. 7 
Feb. 24 
Dec. 7 
Jan. 13 
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Apr. 



July 13 

Oct. 26 
May 11 

Nov. 2 



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523 

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166 

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165 
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101 

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1095 

1388 

230 
19 



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498 

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421 

307 

394 

311 

395 
1424 

1428 

392 

1429 

479 

340 

1093 
1283 

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100 
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17 
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326 

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fl49 

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1 151 

(.152 

383 

251 

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36 



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144 
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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Kame, residence, and invention. 



Dunning, "William B., Geneva, N". T. Street-sweeper 

Dunpby, Henry, New York, N. Y. 'Wash-board 

Donscomb, D.aniel, New York, N. Y. Box 

Dunton, Charles H., Oakland, Cal. Cooking-stove 

Duparqnet, Louis F., et at (See Brisac, Salomon, assignor.) 

Dupee, John C, Decatur, Dl. Stop and wire for check-row wires 

Dupee, John C, and C. P. Housum, Decatur, HI. Calf-weaner 

Duplessis, Charles 0. (See Duplessis, Odilon, assignor.) 
Duplcssis, Odilon, assignor of one-half interest to CO. Duplessis, Chicago, 111. 
machine 



Esercising- 



Duplex Tiber Company. (See Finn and Archer, assignors.) 

Durand, Albert A., New York, N. Y. Cow-mUking apparatus 

Darand, Louis, Quebec, Canada, assignor of one-half interest to D. H. Walker, New York, 
N. Y. Grinding-mill 

Durand, Louis, Quebec, Canada, assignor of one-half interest to D. H. Walker, New York, 
N. Y. Gas-engine 

Dnrand, Louis, Quebec, Canada. Dough-kneader 

Durant, "Walter N., Milwaukee, "Wis. Grain-heater 

Durant, Walter N., Milwaukee, Wis. Eegisterin^-machino 

Buret, James S., assignor to K. B. Eunyan, Peru, Ind. Calculator 

Durgin, Thomas S., Worcester, Mass. Gage-chisel for wood-turning 

Durham, Caleb W., Chicago, 111. House-drainage apparatus 

Dorie, "William S., assignor to H. Timken, St. Louis, Mo. Carriage-seat 

Duming, Joseph S., Allegheny, assignor of two-thirds interest to K. S. Kobertson, Pitts- 
burg, Pa. Post-hole auger 

Duryea, AVright. (See Ennis, William, assignor.) 

Duryee, George, New York, N. Y., assignor to himself and J. H. Brewer, Trenton, N. J. 
Pottery, tile, and glass furnace 

Duryee, 'George, New York, N. Y., assignor of one-half interest to J. H. Brewer, Trenton, 
N. J. Pottery-furnace 

Dusenbury, C. Coles. (See Doylo, John, assignor.) 

Dnsenbury, C. Coles, New York, N. Y. Device for dividing glass 

Dusenbury, Harper, et al. (See Lamb, Charles, assignor.) 

Dusenbury, William AY., Brooklyn, N. Y. Pump-valve 

Du Shane, James, South Bend, Ind. Lifting-jack 

Dutcher Temple Company. (See Hamilton, Edward, assignor.) 

Dntcher Temple Company. (See Stimpson, Edward S., assignor.) 

Dutot, James. (See Avalsh and Dutot.) 

Dutrow, David E., Washington, D. C. Eailway-track 

Dntton, George E., Johnson's Creek, N. Y. Combined umbrella and cane 

Dntton, Oscar. (See Fetterly and Dutton.) 

Dwinelle, James E., Baltimore, Md. Window-awning 

Dwyer, Bernard J. (See Thiers, WiUiam F., assignor.) 

Dwyer, Denis E., Marshall Tex. Car-brake 

Dwyer, Michael J., et al. (See Hickox, Francis Z., assignor.) 

D wyre, Thomas, Kendall, 111. End-gate , 

Dyer, Charles E., Maiden, and "W. Parsons, Medford, Mass. Hitching device 

Dyer, David A., Ferndale, Cal. Submarine and surface wall 

Dyer, George W., et al. (See Hugentobler, Emil M., assignor.) 

Dyer, Nathan W., et al. (See Merrill, George P., assignor.) 

Dygert. Henry M., Pine township, Mercer county, Pa. Grain-measure 

Dyke, Elijah A. (See Terry and Dyke.) 

Eades, William and W. T.', Birmingham, county of Warmck, England. Apparatus for 
raising weights 

Eades, William T. (See Eades, William and W. T.) 

Eagle Lock Company. (See Mix, Frank W., assignor.) 

Eagle Manufacturing Company. (See Allison. Asa H., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Eames, Ehsha D., "VVatertown, N. Y. Noise-muffler 

■Eames, Elisha D., Watertown, N. Y. Drip-cock valve for vacuum-brakes 

Eames, Elisba D., assignor to Eames Vacuum Brake Company, Watertown, N. Y. Slide- } 



valve 
Eames, Frederick W., Watertown, N. Y. 



Vacuiun-brake apparatus 

Vacuum-brake apparatus 

Air-ejector for vacuum-brakes 

Ejector for vacuum-brakes 

Apparatus for burning hydrocarbons 
Molding-machine . 



Eames, Frederick W., Watertown, N. Y. 

Eames, Frederick W., Watertown, N. Y. 

Eames, Frederick W., Watertown, N. Y. 

Eames, Henry H., San Francisco, Cal 

Eames, Horace L., Bridgeport, Conn. 

Eames Vacuum Brake Company. (See Binghain and Higham, assignors.) 

Eames Vacuum Brake Company. (See Eames, Elisha D., assignor.) 

Eardly, James W., Cascade, Mich. Hay-rack 

Earl & Co., W. D. (See Prevear, Herbert P., assignor.) 
Earl, Gardner, et al. (See Shaw, Charles H., assignor.) 
Earl, Gardner, et al. (See Wilson, Samuel W., assignor.) 
Earl, William S., et al. (See Shaw, Charles H., assignor.) 
Earl, WiUiara S., etal. (See Wilson, Samuel W., assignor.) 

Earle, JohnE., assignor to L. Candee & Co.. New Haven, Conn. Overshoe 

Earle, (Dscar T., Milford, Conn., assignor, by mesne assignments, toF. F. Kaymond, 2d, trus- 
tee, Newton, Mass. Cl.amp for hose-couplings. (Reissue) 

Earle, Oscar T.. Milford. Conn. Hose-band 



Earle, Oscar T., Milford, Conn., assignor to F. F. Eaymond, 2d, trustee, Newton, Mass. 

Applying bands to hose, &c 

Earle, Timothy, Valley Falls, E. I. Apparatus for beating eggs 

Earle, Timothy, Valley FalLs, E. I. Oil-can .....! 

Earll, George D., New York. N. Y. Electric alarm for pressure-gages 

Earis, Samuel E., Ballston, N. Y. Stock-car ?. 

Earnest, George H. (See Waters and Earnest.) 

Easley, John P., Harrisonville, Ky. Car-coupling 

Eason, Bolivar, Howard, Tex. Lamp or lantern 

Eason, William J., Woodbury, Ga. Cotton-seed planter 

Easte, Charles H. and Charles H., Jr.. Boston. Mass. Harness attachment 

Easterbrooks, Stephen G., assignor of one-half interest to F. W. Parker, Providence, E. I. 

Button and stud 



No. 



229,390 
234,007 
226,502 
235,939 

232,472 
235,860 

223,668 

223,491 

224,604 

232.808 
226,7:in 
231,157 
231,158 
23.3,840 
232,634 
235,754 
236,008 

231,775 

229,525 
232,012 
223,439 

232,951 

224,819 



229,526 
231,660 

231,548 

230,181 

235,418 
227,100 
231,957 

224,158 

235,625 



228,744 
228,745 

233,489 

228,740 

228,741 
228,742 
228,743 
224,886 
229,593 



232,014 



227,225 

9,041 
224,586 



Date. 



225,216 
225,003 
230,760 
226,165 
232,952 

232,809 
235,674 
232,015 
229,594 

229,103 



June 29 
Nov. 2 
Apr. 13 
Dec. 28 

Sept. 21 
Dec. 28 



Jan. 20 

Jan. 13 

Feb. 17 

Oct. 5 
June 15 
Aug. 17 
Aug. 17 
Nov. 2 
Sept. 28 
Dec. 21 
Dec. 28 

Aug. 31 



July 6 

Sept. 7 

Jan. 13 

Oct. 5 
Feb. 24 



July 6 
Aug. 31 

Aug. 24 

July 20 

Dec. 14 
May 4 

Sept. 7 

Feb. 3 
Dec. 21 



June 15 
June 15 

Oct. 19 

June 15 

June 15 
June 15 
Juno 15 
Feb. 24 
July 6 



Sept. 



May 4 

Jan. 13 
Feb. 17 

Mar. 9 

Mar. 2 

Aug. 3 

Apr. 6 

Oct. 5 

Oct. 5 
Dec. 21 
Sept. 7 
July 6 

Juno 22 



Monthly 
volume. 






1486 
231 
422 

1100 

728 
999 



566 
351 

804 

14 
718 
651 
652 
15 
914 
853 
1181 

1364 



20 
166 

287 

187 
1006 

21 
1232 

1094 

791 

440 

10 

106 

209 

706 



728 
730 

867 

719 

721 
723 

725 

1078 

101 



109 



164 



276 
24 

187 

20 

188 

15 

758 
109 
102 

1159 



409 

62 

118 

304 

202 

277 



153 
94 

228 

4 
197 
184 
185 

4 
251 
238 
327 

383 



5 

43 

76 

50 
285 



347 

307 

223 

124 

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200 



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201 

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)240 

197 

198 

198 

199 

200 

309 

27 



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659 
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119 



366 

741 

1357 

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366 

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697 

1438 

1501 

493 



11 

551 

65 

769 
414 

11 
473 

444 

146 

1363 
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541 

238 

1414 



1358 
1359 

896 

1357 

1357 

1358 

1458 

426 

24 



551 



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352 

517 
461 
277 
749 
769 

741 

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552 

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1428 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
AljaJialetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, anil invention. 



Easterby, Anthony Y., Napa, Cal., assignor to California Portland Cement Company. Hy- 
draulic cement 

Eastern Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Knowles, Edward K., assignor.) 

Eastern Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Sawyer, "William, assignor.) 

Eastern Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Sawyer, "William E. and W., assignors.) 

Eastern Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Stillman, Thomas B., assignor.) 

Eastern Paper Bag Company. (See Annan, (jharles F., assignor.) 

Eastern Paper Bag Company. (See Chandler, Clarence A., assignor.) 

Eastern Paper Bag CJompany. (See (H^lover, AlmonB., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Eastern Paper Bag (Company. (Sec Knight, Margaret E., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Eastman, Andrew M., Somerville, assignor to Tucker Manufacturing Company, Boston, 
Mass. Joint for metallic farniture 

Eastman, Clarence E. (See Blinn, Erastus E., assignor.) 

Eastman, Clevenger A., Boston, Mass. Convertible chair , 

Eastman, George, Eochester, N. Y. Method and apparatus for coating plates for use in 
photography 

Eastman, George E., Muskegon, Mich. Seat for vehicles 

Eastman, Joseph H., Boston, assignor, hy mesne assignments, to G. Frost & Co., Newton, 
Mass. Clasp. (Reissue) 

Eastman, Timothy C, New York, N. Y. Refrigerating apparatus 

Eastman, "WiUiam F., et al. (See Kehr, Cyrus, assignor.) 

Easton, Denison M., Areola, N. J. Finishing silk hats 

Eastwood, John. (See McClusky, Thomas, assignor.) 

Eastwood, Thomas C. (See Little and Eastwood.) 

Eatman, John H., Clinton, Ala. Animal-trap 

Eaton, Asahel K., Brooklyn, N. Y. Voltaic transmitting-telephone 

Eaton, Asahel K., Brooklyn, N. Y. Preparation of metallic lead 

Eaton, Asahel K., Brooklyn, N. Y. Insulating telegraph-wires 

Eaton, Benjamin F., Coxsackie, N. Y. Spring-tooth for harrows 

Eaton, Benjamin F., Coxsackie, N. Y. Seed-dropper 

Eaton, Charles S., assignor to himself, C. C. Pickering, E. Lamson, andE. A. Thissell, Low- 
ell, Mass. Electric call for telephones 

Eaton, Frederick A. (See Harris, Ira F., assignor.) 

Eaton, George S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Flexible metallic binding , 

Eaton, George S., Brooklyn, assignor to H. E. Taylor, New York, N. Y. Coffin-handle 

Eaton, Isaac. (See Hamilton, James, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Eaton, Isaac, Nashua, N. H. Shuttle 

Eaton, Joseph B., Shamokin, Pa. Lozenge-machine 



Eaton, Leander, "Worcester, Mass. Pea-sheUer 

Eaton, Leander, "Worcester, Mass. Watch-regulator 

Eaton, Norman, "Wobum, Mass. Steam-generator 

Eaton, Stephen A. (See Ennis, James, assignor.) (Reissue.) 
Eaton, Stephen A. (See Hight, Cornelius R., assignor.) (Reissue.) 
Eaton, Stephen A. (See Johnson, Charles C, assignor.) (Reissue.) 
Eaton, Thomas "W. (See Beers and Eaton.) 

Eaton, Thomas "W., Chicago, HI. Machine for manufacturing barbed fence-wire . 

Eaton, "William "W. (See Buiao, James, assignor.) 

Eberhard, "William, Akron, Ohio. Oatmeal-machine 

Eberhard, "William, Akron, Ohio. Oatmeal-machine 

Eberhard, "William, Akron, Ohio. Grain-drier 

Eberle, Jacob, Madison, Ind. Side-saddle tree 

Eberly, David B., Boswell, Ind. Harrow 



Eberman, John E., Sandy Lake, Pa. Injector 

Ebert, Lawrence AT. (See Ehule, Jacob, Jr., assignor.) 

Ebright, George W., "Waynesville, Ohio. Toy ". . 

Ecaubert, Frederic, New York, N. Y. Paper -feediag machine 

Eccleston, Frank. (See Johnson and Eccleston.) 

Eckart, William E., and H. C. Behr, San Francisco, Cal. Hoisting-machine brake 

Eckart, William R., Virginia City, Nev. Air-compressor 

Eckert, Thomas T., et al. (See Hadden, William, assignor.) 

Eckford, John, San Antonio, Tex. Wood-screw 

Eckman, William L., New York, N. Y. Picture-frame 

Eclipse Windmill Company. (See Wheeler, William H, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Eddleman, James P., "Whitesborough, Tex. Fruit-gatherer 

Eddy, Ezra B. (See Millen, George H., assignor.) 

Eddy, George AY., Waterford, N. Y. Whip-socket 

Eddy, George W., Plaimdlle, assignor to himself, A. TumbuU, and J. A. Swanston, New 

Britain, Conn. Toy bank 

Eddy, John B., Stevens Point, Wis. Carpet-stretcher 

Eddy, John F., Brunswick, (Raymertown P. O.,) N. Y. Plant-duster 

Eddy, John F., Brunswick, (Raymertown P. 0.,) N. Y. Plant-duster 



Eddy, William H., Worcester, Mass. Machine for making machine-screws 

Edelen, William R., assignor of one-half interest to B. F. Brundred, Oil City, Pa. Polish- 
rod adjuster for oil and other wells 

Edelen , William E., Oil City, Pa. Bull-wheel for oil-weUs 

Edelen, WiUiam R., assignor of one-half to B. F. Bmndred, Oil City, Pa. Sand-pump reel. 

Edey, Henry F., Bridgetown, Island of Barbadoes Plow 

Edge, William C, Newark, N. J. Bracelet 

Edge, William C, Newark, N. J. Chain fabric for bracelets 

Edgerly, Samuel H., Jackson, Mich. Equalizing-trap for lubricators for steam-engines 

Edgett, Stephen H. (See Kearcher and Edgett.) 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Electric lamp 

~ ' - - . - - Electric lightmg apparatus 

Preparing autograpnic stencils for printing 

Safety-conductor for electric lights 

Electric light 

Electric light 

Electric light 



No. 



230,865 



Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 



230,254 

226,720 

226,503 
232,247 

9,194 
224,521 

235,141 



230,182 
223,718 
225,356 
225,811 
232,119 
232,177 

228,047 

224,407 
229,683 

231,288 
227,505 

227,886 

235,940 
228,250 



227,968 

224,283 
228,520 
231,481 
223,843 
227,506 

225,749 

223,719 
225,974 

231,776 
224,081 

234,759 
226,654 

223,720 

231,412 

232,699 
224,a87 
226,730 
226,731 

228,989 

227,887 
234,859 
236,009 
234,008 
223,669 
228,746 
224,159 

223,898 
224,329 
224,665 
227,226 
227,227 
227,228 
227,229 



Date. 



Aug. 10 



July 20 

Apr. 20 

Apr. 13 
Sept. 14 

May 11 
Feb. 17 

Dec. 7 



July 20 
Jan. 20 
Mar. 9 
Mar. 23 
Sept. 14 
Sept. 14 

May 25 

Feb. 10 
July 6 

Aug. 17 
May 11 

May 25 

Deo. 28 
June 1 



May 25 



Feb. 10 
June 8 
Aug. 24 
Jan. 27 
May 11 

Mar. 23 

Jan. 20 
Mar. 30 



Aug. 31 
Feb. 3 

Nov. 23 
Apr. 20 

Jan. 20 

Aug. 24 

Sept. 28 
Feb. 24 
Apr. 20 
Apr. 20 

June 22 

May 25 

Nov. 30 

Dec. 28 

Nov. 2 

Jan. 20 

June 15 

Feb. 3 

Jan. 27 

Feb. 10 

Feb. 17 

May 4 

May 4 

May 4 

May 4 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



323 



887 
690 



422 
447 



597 
634 



96 



792 
617 
449 
992 
290 
359 

1124 

500 
197 

808 
482 

941 

1101 
106 



1040 

362 

431 

1017 

777 
483 

918 

618 
1195 



1365 
130 

1169 
613 

619 

942 

988 

1080 

690 

692 

1029 



942 
1301 
1181 
231 
567 
731 
210 

843 
412 
805 
165 
166 
168 
169 



18 



252 
192 



119 
123 



171 
183 



224 
165 



285 

82 

100 

320 

144 
54 

226 
138 
:269 
270 
304 
32 



C296 
^297 

103 
118 
286 
208 
139 
(266 
J 267 

166 
(339 
i340 

(383 

(384 

37 

315 
171 

166 

206 

272 
309 
192 
193 
(281 
i282 

270 
351 
327 

02 
153 
201 

01 

225 
117 
228 
49 
49 
49 
49 



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17 



17 
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1830. 
Alpliabetical list of patentees— ConiinvL^d. 



61 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Montlily 
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Edison, Tiiomas A., Meulo Park, N. J. Plionograpli 

Edison, Tliomas A., Menlo Parli, N. J. Mametic ore-separator 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Brake for electro-magnetic motors 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Maniifactnring electric lamps 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Addressing-machine 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. Electro-chemical receiving-telephone 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Westem TJnion Telegraph Company, 
Kew York, N. Y. Acoustic telegraph 

Edlehlute, Lucius S., Cincinnati, Ohio. Vehicle-wheel huh 

Edleblnte, Lucius S., assignor of one-half to 0. E. "Walker, Cincinnati, Ohio. ThUl-coupling. 

Edmonds, Edmund C., Albany, N. Y. Game apparatus 

Edmondson, Eli S. (See Ellis', Scott, and Edraondson.) 

Edmonston, Gabriel. (See Barker and Edmonston.) 

Edson, Jacob, assignor to A. N. Cook, Boston, Mass. Hammock-supj)ort 

Edson, .Jacob, Boston, Mass. Edge-setting machine 

Edson, Jacob, Boston, Mass. Diaphrag-m ship's pump 

Edson, .Julius T., Cleveland, Ohio. Printer's type-case 

Edson, Julius T.. Cleveland, Ohio. Printer's type-case 

Edwards, Alfred, New Haven, assignor to G. K. Hoppen, Birmingham, Conn. Apparatus 
for preparing fertilizers 

Edwards, Alfred, New Haven, Conn. Br:ying-machine 

Edwards, Alfred "W., Now York. N. Y. Combined dental speculum and shield 

Edwards, Charles D., Albert Lea, Minn. Ditching-machine 

Edwards, George H., Chicago, 111. Traction-truck 

Edwards, John. (See Leak' and Edwards.) 

Edwards, John It., Liverpool, England, assignor to G. B. Prescott, New York, N. Y. Tele- 
graphic sounder 

Edwards, Joseph. (See Morand and Edwards.) 

Edwards, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for purifying and cooling air 

Edwards. .J. W. (See Lindsay. TYilliam G., assignor.) 

Eflfer, TVilhelm, Berlin, Germany. Apparatus for lighting and extinguishing gas-burners 
by antomatic means .' 

Egan, James H., St. Johnsville, N. Y. Cone att.ichment for stoves 

Egan, .John M., et al. (See Needles, James H., assignor.) 

Egan, Kieran. (See Fox, Edward, assignor.) 

Egassc, Eugene E., Paris, France. Apparatus for producing hydrogen gas 

Egbert, Major B., Vanlue, Ohio. Eailway-rail 

Egberts, Heinricji. (Sec Kamin and Egberts.) 

(See Dodson, AVilson P., assignor.) 
(See Ray, Eichard, assignor.) 
(See "Walters, Charles D., assignor.) 
Mechanicsburg, Pa., assigiior of one-half interest to E. Eay, Lake City, 



Ege, Alexander H 
Ego, Alexander H 
Ege, Alexander H. 
Ege, Alexander H. 
JFla. Umbrella 



Egerton, C. Calvert, assignor of one-half interest to B. G. Harris, Baltimore, and "W. Canby, 
Baltimore County, Md. ThiU-coupling 



Egerton, C. Calvert, assignor to Safety Axle and Top Standard Company, Baltimore, Md. 

Top for baby-carriages 

Eggo, Frederick, assignor to Smith & Egge Manufacturing Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Piano-lock 

Eggleston, Hiram C. (See Spencer and Eggleston.) 
Egleston, Lorenzo. (See Gage, Egleston, and Spaulding.) 

Egner, Frederic, Norfolk, Va. Price-indicator for gas or fluid meters 

Egner, Frederic, Norfolk, Va. Eegul.ator for exhausters of gas-retorts 

Enle, Alonzo "W., Canajoharie, N. Y. Nose-ring for animals 

Ehlers, Henry. (See Maillefert, Benjamin, assignor.) 

Ehrhardt, Louis H. G., Philadelphia, Pa., C. H. Brutton, administrator. Making artificial 

parchment or toughening paper 

Ehrlich, Edward, assignor to L. M. Bates, J. H. Eeed, and M. I. Cooley, New York, N. Y. 

Coverlet for holding .and exhibiting laces. &c 

Eichbanm, Henry, assignor of two-thirds interest to F. 0. Herring, J. Farrel, and E. T. 

Sherman, New" "York, N. Y. Bur"lar-proof safe 

Eichberg. Otto F., New York, N. Y., assignor to Bridgeport Brass Company, Bridgeport, 

Conn. Hanging-lamp '. 

Eiekemcyer Felting Company. (Sec Eickemeyer, Eudolf, assignor.) (Reissue.) 
Eickemeyer, Eudolf, Yonkers, N. Y., assignor to Eickemeyer Fel'ing Company. Fulling- > 

mill. (Ecissue) .' 5 

Eickemeyer, Eudolf, Yonkers, N. Y. Sewing sweat-linings into hats. (Reissue) 

Eickemeyer, Endolf, Yonkers, N. Y. Speaking-telephone 

Eils, B. Edward .1. (See Portner and Eils.) 

Eimbeck, Conrad, and F. "Wehrmann, New Haven, Mo. Coupling for vehicle-axles 

Einenkel, Friedrich A., Neudorfel. and C. 0. MUller, Zwickau, Germany. "Water-meter. . . 
Eisen, Hermann J., assignor to A. Frankfeld, Geneva, Switzerland. Stem winding and set- 
ting watch . . 

Elam, Joel, T. P., and J. A., GreenviUe, 111. Sulky-plow '.. 

Elam. .John A. (See Elam, Joel, T. P., and J. A.) 

Elam. Thomas P. (See Elara, Joel, T. P., and J. A.) 

Elayer, Edward, St. Louis, Mo. Ditching-machine 



Elcock, .Joseph, Mechanicsburg, Pa. Plow 

Eldredge, John V. D., Detroit, Mich. Sewing-machine shuttle 

Electro Dvnamic Light Company. (See Sawyer and Man, assignors.) 
Elfelt, Alfred P., et al. (See Exonse, Samuel E., assignor.) 
Elfelt, Augustus E., et al. (See Krouse, Samuel R., assignor.) 

Eliot, John B., New York, N. Y. Ventilating and refrigerating cars 

Ell. Frederic, a-ssignor to H. "Wendriner ; said Wendriner assignor of one-fourth interest to 

G. Mason and one-half interest to Cincinnati Tin and Japan Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Lamp for stoves, &c 

Ellacott, Joseph P., assignor to Union Brass Manufacturing Company, Chicago, ill. Clothes- 

dampener 

Ellacott, .Joseph P., assignor to Union Brass Manufacturing Company, Chicago, ill. Starcii- 

iug-machine 

EUer, Homer C. (See Famam, Harriet A., assignor.) 

EUcry, Charles, Albany, N. Y. Colhiting attachment for printing-presses 



227,670 
228,329 
228,617 
230,255 
230,62t 
231,704 

235,142 
226,990 
234,760 
232,016 



224,178 
233,842 
234,551 
228,251 
231,289 

229,876 
234,860 
226,989 
225,579 
232,395 



231,290 
226,908 



236,010 
229,684 



229,034 
226,048 



229,685 
224,408 
230,930 
230,866 



226,292 
230,099 
234,861 



228,328 
233,490 
224,409 
226,732 

9,146 

9,322 
230,698 

232,473 
231,958 

235,941 
224,820 

229,878 
231,778 
232,248 



223,040 



227,150 
234,118 
234,119 
226,604 



May 18 
Jimo 1 
June 8 
July 20 
Aug. 3 
Aug. 31 

Dec. 7 
Apr. 27 
Nov. 23 
Sept. 7 



Feb. 3 
Nov. 2 
Nov. 16 
June 1 
Aug. 17 

•July 13 
Nov. 30 
Apr. 27 
Mar. 16 
Sept. 21 



Aug. 17 
Apr. 27 

Dec. 28 
July 6 



June 22 
Mar. 30 



July 
Feb. 10 
Aug. 10 
Aug. 10 



Apr. 6 
Aug. 3 
Nov. 30 



June 1 
Oct. 19 
Feb. 10 
Apr. 20 

Apr. 13 

July 27 
Aug. 3 

Sept. 21 

Sept. 7 

Dec. 28 
Feb. 24 

July 13 
Aug. 31 
Sept. 14 



Jau. 20 

May 4 
Nov. 9 
Nov. 9 
Apr. 20 



683 
197 
552 
887 
29 
1280 

97 

1012 

1169 

170 



235 
21 
897 
108 
809 

433 

1303 

1011 

706 

6.32 



810 
911 



1183 
198 



1077 
1284 



199 
501 
393 
324 



108 

119 

1304 



196 
869 
502 
694 

504 

1323 
118 

729 
107 

1102 
1006 

43G 

1367 

447 



534 

83 
363 
305 
553 



195 
55 
147 
252 
8 
360 

29 
281 
315 

44 



C9 

5 

241 

32 

227 

119 
351 
280 
208 
175 



227 

254 



327 
55 



294 
362 



55 
144 
114 

95 



48 

35 

332 



240 

144 

193 

:i42 

143 

372 

34,35 

202 
26 

305 

285 

120 
(384 
1.385 

123 



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22 
100 
100 
154 



17 
17 
17 

18 
18 
18 

18 
17 

18 
18 



17 
18 
18 
17 
18 

18 
18 
17 
17 

18 



18 
17 



18 
18 



17 

17 



18 
17 
18 
18 



17 

18 
18 



17 

18 
17 
17 

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'l8 
18 

18 
18 

18 
17 

18 
1 18 
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I- 

17 
18 
18 
17 



1111 

1259 

1322 

160 

251 

480 

1297 
945 

1203 
552 



242 

990 

1153 

1244 

391 

81 

1232 

945 

59!) 

644 



392 
930 



1501 
3C 



1410 
716 



37 
305 
318 
308 



770 

2CR 

1232 



1259 
896 
305 

883 

841 

239 
266 

659 
541 

1487 
414 

81 
494 
606 



114 

991 
1054 
1054 

861 



62 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 

Alplialetical list of jaatentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Ellery, William H., BuTlin£;ton. Iowa. Coin-purse 

Ellinwood, Marvin T., et at. (See Calkins, David N., assignor.) 

EUinwood, Warren J"., et al. (See Walsh, James F., assignor.) 

Elliot, John W., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Machine for grinding mower and reaper 

knives 

Elliot, William H., New Tork, N. T. Magazine fire-arm 

Elliot, William H., New Tork, N. T. Magazine fire-arm 

Elliot, William H., New Tork, N. Y. Magazine fire-arm 

Elliot, William H., New Tork, N. Y. Magazine fire-arm 

Elliott, Anthony M., Kenosha, Wis. Breakwater and pier 

Elliott, James F., Princeton, 111. Watering-trough for stock 

Elliott, John T., Grand Rapids, Mich. Fire-kindler 

Elliott, Milo A., Stratford Hollow, N. H. Plow 

Elliott, Eichard C, trustee. (See Lyall, James, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Elliott, Robert W. (See Leonard, liarvey E., assignor.) 

Elliott, Silas G. (See June, Solomon, assignor.) 

Elliott, Theodore C, East Orange, N. .T. Corn-husking roller 

Elliott, William T., assignor to Gold Medal Sewing Machine Company, Orange, Mass. Com- 
hiucd plaiter and rufBer .' 

Ellis, Charles, Canton, Mass. Mechanism for cleaning and polishing thread 

EUis, Ephraim, assignor of one-half interest to G. J. Wright, Waubeck, Iowa. Hog and 
cattle vat 

Ellis, Frederick L., Milldale, Conn. Spring-tweezers 

Ellis, James H., A. Scott, and E. S. Edmondson, Goderich, Ontario, Canada. Chop-con- 
veyer for millstones 

Ellis, John, assignor to Ellis Keystone Agricultural Works, Pottstown, Pa. Thrashing- 
machine 

Ellis, John 1)., Sheffield, England. Armor-plate and method <rf producing the same 

Ellis Keystone Agricultural Works. (See Ellis, John, assignor.) 

Ellis, Stephen K., Waltham, Mass. Clasp for stocking-supporters. (Reissue) 

Ellis, Washington L., PrattviUe, Ala. Cotton-gin 

Ellis, William C, Worcester, Mass. Piano-string bridge. (Reissue) .' 

EUithorpe, Albert C, Chicago, 111. Elevator 

Ellrich, Robert C, and G. S. Allen. Southington, Conn. Making jointed metal rings - - . 

Ells, Josiah W., assignor to E. E. Breed, Pittsburg, Pa. Hoe 

Ells, Josiah W., assignor to K. E. Breed, Pittsburg, Pa. Manufacture of hand-rakes 

Ellsworth, Perry G. (See Morris, Henry B., assignor.) 

Ellsworth, T. Gardner, New Tork, N. Y. Telephone switch-board 

EUwood, Reuben, Sycamore, 111. Wire-tightener 

Elmendorf, Frederick F. (See AVesterfield, William C, assignor.) 

Elmendorf, John P. (See Conover, Stephen B.. assignor.) 

Elmenhorst, Walter E., Montreal, Canada. Kiln for drying .and revivifying bone-black 

Elmer, Charles H., assignor to Gale Manufacturing Compan'y, Albion, Mich. Casting plow- 
points, &.C !^ 

Elmer, Edwin E. (See Elmer, John H. and E. R.) 

Elmer, John H., Ashfield, and E. E. Elmer, Buckland, Mass. Gearing for chum-powers. - . 

Elmer, William W., Bay City, Mich. Manufacture of salt 

Elsbeixy, Frank S., Montgomery, Ala. Attachment for fire-places 

Elsey, George, Springfield, Mass. Slate-cleaner 

Elverson, Shei'wood & Co (See Elverson, William H., assignor.) 

Elverson, William H., New Brighton, Pa., assignor to Elverson, Sherwood & Co. Earthen- 
ware vessel 

Elward, John H., Stillwater, assignor to St. Paul Harvester Works, St. Paul, Minn. Har- 
vester. (Reissue) .' . . 

Elward, John H., Stillwater, Minn. Horse-power 

Elward, John H., StUl water, Minn. Thrashing-machine 

Elward, John H.. Stillwater, Minn. Steam-boiler ...'. 

Elward, John H., StiUwater, Minn. Thrashing-machine 

Elward, John H., Stillwater, Minn. Steam-boiler 

Elwell, Henry H., South Norwalk, Conn. Match-safe - 

Elwood, John J., Cleveland, Ohio. Device for cleaning overflows of wash-basins, &c 

Elwood, Reuben. (See Neff, Joseph B., assignor.) 

Ely, Edmund F., Santa Rosa, Cal. Drying apparatus 

Ely, Ellsworth. Lockport, N. Y. Anti-rattler for thill-conplings 

Ely, Horatio, Jr., Eed Bank, N. J. Railway signaling apparatus 

Ely, H. W., et al. (See Morgan, Hubert W., assignor.) 

Ely, William I., Detroit, Mich. Hatchway-door mechanism 

Ely, WiUiam I., Detroit, Mich. Hatchway-guard 

Ely, William I., Freehold, N. J. Cornstalk-harvester 

Ely, William I., Freehold, N. J. Clar-coupling 

Elzey, Samuel B., Atlanta, Ga. Gate-latch 

Emack, Francis. (See Brown, Morgan W., assignor.) 

Embossing Company. (See Hyatt, John W., assignor.) 

Embossing Company. (See Pruyn and Hyatt, assignors.) 

Emerick, William H., near Hamilton, Ohio. Hog-cholera remedy 

Emerson, Daniel L., Rockford, 111. Harvester-rsfte 

Emerson, Fisher &, Co. (See Ransom, Hiram W., assignor.) 

Emerson, George, Gambler, Ohio. Subterranean water cooler and purifier 

Emerson, Geoigo E., San Francisco, Cal. Hand-stamp 

Emerson, George W., Afton, Iowa. Metallic guard for book-covers 

Emerson, James F.. Wakefield, Mass. Card-holder 

Emerson, Lowe, College Hill, and J. W. S. Fisher, Cincinnati, Ohio. Vehicle-bow 

Emerson, Orlando S., et al. (See Griswold, John, assignor.) 

Emerson, Orlando S., assignor to himself and J. S. Graham; said Emerson and Graham 
assignors of one-half interest to J. G-riswold and H. J. Burton, Elkhart, Ind. Steam- 
valve 

Emei'son, Ralpli. (See Jones and. Emerson.) 

Emerson, Talcott & Co. (See Jones and Emerson, assignors.) 

Eiaerton, Edward W., West Meriden, Conn. Blow-pipe 



No. 



Date. 



234,009 Nov. 2 



233,082 
224,522 
225,750 
229,812 

232,178 

230,537 
226,227 
235,756 
231,218 



234,120 

229,877 
229,686 

225,514 

227,680 

224,410 

230,536 
232,476 

9,506 
223,721 

9,237 
229,982 
232,475 
226,050 

226,051 



226,991 
229,983 



235,942 

231,777 

229,391 
235,143 
226,992 
231,482 

233,664 

9,179 
227,745 
230,622 

232,249 

234,971 

236,011 
228,452 
233,741 

229,109 

225,975 
235,755 

227,421 
228,747 
232,474 
234,550 
225,580 



233,083 
230,867 

228,618 
224,666 
230,256 
227,507 
232,117 



Oct. 12 
Feb. 17 
Mar. 23 
July J3 

Sept. 14 

July 27 
Apr. 6 
Dec. 21 
Aug. 17 



Nov. 9 

July 13 
July 6 

Mar. 16 
May 18 

Feb. 10 

July 27 
Sept. 21 

Dec. 21 
Jan. 20 
June 8 
July 13 
Sept. 21 
Mar. 30 

Mar. 30 



Apr. 27 
July 13 



Dec. 28 

Aug. 31 

June 29 
Dec. 7 
Apr. 27 
Aug. 24 



Oct. 26 

Apr. 27 
May 18 
Aug. 3 

Sept. 14 

Nov. 30 

Dec. 28 
June 8 
Oct. 26 

June 22 

Mar. 30 
Dec. 21 

May 11 
June 15 
Sept. 21 
Nov. 16 
Mar. 16 



Oct. 12 
Aug. 10 

June 8 
Feb. 17 
July 20 
May 11 

Sept. 14 



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volume. 



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Gazette. 






233,491 ! Oct. 19 



223,320 



Jan. 



232 



352 
635 
920 
357 

360 

1244 

90 

858 

735 



366 

435 
200 

637 
685 

505 

1242 
732 

971 
620 
680 
547 
731 
1286 

1286 



1013 

548 



1103 

136G 

1487 

98 

1014 

1018 

1094 

1149 

767 
29 

448 

1440 

1185 

344 

1170 

1160 

1198 
855 

386 
732 
730 
896 
707 



353 
324 

553 

806 
889 
484 
289 



869 
143 



62 



97 

183 

267 

100 

ClOO 

1 101 

350 

25 

239 

206 



101 

120 
55 

186 
195 

145 

350 

204 

269 
166 
187 
152 
203 
362 
C362 
1363 

281 
152 



305 

384 

409 

29 

281 

286 

304 

314 

216 

8,9 

f 123 

1124 

C387 

)388 

328 

52 

327 

C317 

1318 

340 

239 

113 

201 
203 
240 
208 



95 

147 
229 
252 
139 

81 



240 
36 



18 



18 
17 
17 
18 

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18 
17 
18 
18 



18 

18 
18 

17 

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17 

18 
18 

18 
17 
17 
18 
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 



63 



Alphabetical list of paieucttsa — Continued. 



Xame, residence, and invention. 



Emery, Cliarles G. (See Emery, William H., assignor.) 

Emery, Charles G. and "W. H., Brooklyn, IT. T. ; said W. H. Emery assignor to said ? 
Charles G. Emery. Cigarette-machine 3 

Emery, John A., Boston, Mass. Dress-maker's square 

Emery, John A., assignor of one-fourth to T. E. Stuart, Boston, Mass. Pneumatic signal ) 
for railways 3 

Emery, Samuel, South Toledo, Ohio. Car-hrake 

Emery, TVilliam H. (See Emery, Charles G. and W. H.) 

Emery. WiUiam H., assignor toC. G. Emery, Brooklyn, X. T. Machine for slitting cigar- 
ettes 



Emery, "William H., assignor to C. G. Emery, Brooklyn, N. Y. Tobacco-cutting machine. . 

Emmel, John, Cranherry township, Butler county. Pa. Combined pole and harness 

Emmerich, Justus H., Ifew York, X. Y. Pointed trimming or edging 

Emmerson, William, Cleveland, Oliio. Drive-chain 

Emmert, Ezra, Dixon, Dl. Combined seed-sower and cultivator. (Eeissue) 

Emmcrt, John, Eockford, HI. Egg-beater 

Emmert, "William P., Fieeport, 111. Elastic check-rein holder 

Engel, David L., AYashington, D. C. Corset-cover 

Engelken, Frederick, Brooklyn, Cal. Bung and faucet 

Engert, Adam C, Bromley-by-Bow, England. Device for refracting, re-enforcing, and modu- 
lating sound 

Engle, David E., JacksonviUc, (Wind Eidge P. 0.,) Pa. Combined forge and steam-boiler. . 

Englebeek, Wiufield J. (See Keller, Moses A., assignor.) 

English, Analdo M., Providence, E. I. Device for bending wire for jewelry manufacture. - - 

English, Henry R. (See O'Connor, James, assignor.) 

English, Lewis H. (See Hoyti, Lewis S., assignor.) 

English & Mersick. (See Osborn, Oliver S., assignor.) 

English, Nathan, et al. (See Marvin, Luke, assignor.) 

English, William J., Cohoes, N. Y. Card-screen 

Ennis, George H., Troy, N. Y. Machine for preparing paper-pulp 

Ennis, James, deceased, J. A. Erazer and E. A. Ermis, administrators, and assignors to S. A. 
Eaton, Hiidson, Mich. Wheelbarrow. (Eeissue) .' 

Ennis, E. A., ct al., administrators. (See Ennis, James.) (Eeissue.) 

Ennis, AVilliam, Brooklyn, assignor to himself and W. Duryea, Glen Cove, K. Y. Boiler 
and other furnaces - 

Eno, Joseph A., assignor to I W. Conselyea, Kewark, N. J. Trunk 

Eno, Joseph A., assignor to L W. Conselyea, ifewark, IT. J. Trunk-catch 

Enos, Charles, ct al. (See Enos, George P., assignor.) . 

Enos. George P., assignor of two-thirds interest to ST. Aldrich and C. Enos, Gouverneur, 
N. Y. Wood-pulp machine 

Enos, Levi S., Almond, N. Y. Asle-lubricator 

Ensign, Charles A., assignor to Goodyear's Metallic Eubbcr Shoe Company, Naugatuck, 
Conn. Waterproof boot and shoe 

Ensign, Charles A., assignor to Goodyear's Metallic Eubbcr Shoe Company, Naugatuck, 
Conn. India-rubber boot 

Enterprise Manufacturing Company of Pennsylvania. (See Baker, John G.. assignor.) 

Enterprise Manufacturing Company et al. (See Potts, Mary P., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Entwistle. Thomas C. Milford, Mass. Stop mechanism for vrarping-machines. (Eeissue) . . 

Enyeart. Eichard H. C, La Gro. Ind. Corn-planter 

Epeueter, .John, and B. Grahl, CJouncil Blufi's, Iowa, assignors to J. M. Gorham. Wash- 
board. (Eeissue) 

Ephraim, Ephraim E. (See Harris, David, assignor.) 

Ephraim, Ferdinand, Bodie, Cal. Watch-case 

Eppelsheimer, William, San Francisco, Cal. Wire-cable railway 

Epperson. David A., Haubstadt, Ind. Shaft-support for vehicles 

Eppler, Wilhelm F,, Herrstein, Germany. Book-holder 

Erclman, Edward M., Lvkens, Pa. Frnit-jar 



Erdmann, Conrad, Doisburg-on-the-Ehine, Prussia, Germany. KoUing-mill 

Erdmann, .Julius, Milwaukee". AVis. Bottle-stopper 

Erickson, Daniel. Chicago. HI. Awuing-fastcner 

Erickson, Israel, Whitehall, Mich. Furnace-feeder 

Ericsson, John, assignor to C. H. Delamater and G. H. Eobinson, New York, N. Y. Air- 
engine. 



Ericsson, John, assignor to C. H. Delamater and G. H. Eobinson, New York, N. Y. Air- ? 
engine. (Eeissue) 3 

Erikson. Christian, Chicago. 111. Bureau 

Erk, Christian, Seelyville, Pa. Polishing round wooden rods 

Ertel, George, Qiiincy, DI. Hay-press 

Ervin, Dabney L., Cr.awfordsville, Miss. Stove 

Erwin, James B., and H. Tan Altena, Milwaukee, Wis.; said Van Altena assignor to said 
Er win . Transparent chromotropc 

Erwin, Lambert B., Fenton, 111. Fence 

Escherich, Hermann, Schwandorf, Germany. Kiln for burning bricks, pottery, &c 

Escherich, Hermann, Schwandorf, Bavaria,' Germany. Eliln for burning brick, pottery, &c. 

Eshner, Louis, Philadelphia, Pa. Neckscarf .' .' 

Espent, WiUiam B., Spring Garden, Jamaica, West Indies. Eotary engine or pump 

Espferandieu, EmUeF., Nashville, assignor to E. BoUi, Knoxville, Tenn. Tricycle 

Espig. Wilhelm, assignor to M. Hess, Berlin, Germany. Billiard-table 

Essex, D.ivid. Corona, N. J. Corset-clasp ~ 

Estabrook. Alanson C, assignor to Florence Manufacturing Compauy, Northampton, Mass. 
Manufacture of rubber backs for wire brashes 

Estabrooks, William B., Eau Claire, Wis, Elastic tip for chair legs 

Estephe, Victor, Philadelphia, Pa. Billiard-table chuck 

Estcs. George, assignor, bv mesne a.ssignments, of one-half interest to Whitehead cfc Athcr- 
ton Machine Company, Lowell, Mass. Cardingm.achine. (Eeissue) '. 

Estcs. .John W., Harrison. Ark., and W. H. Buckley, Springfield, Mo. Permutation-pad- 
lock 



Estcs, William A.. Fairfield, Me. Plow 

Estey & Co., J. (See Fuller, Levi K., assignor.) 

Ethridge, Martin V. B., Boston, assignor, by mesne assignments, to G. W. Copeland, Mai- 
den, Mass. Machine for finishing boot-legs. (Eeissue) 

Ettcr, Henry B., Horatio, Ohio. Spring-coupling 



No. 



231,779 

226,605 
2?4,552 
231,291 



231,780 

233,220 

228,453 
229,309 
230,701 
9,518 
225,693 
223,4)0 
232,477 
233,740 

231,292 
227,744 

224,004 



233,221 
225,976 

9,395 



234,972 
232,885 
235,757 



230,471 
234,258 

231,293 

231,294 



9,319 
228,332 

9,022 

233,405 
224,284 
226,049 
231,295 
226,600 
232,602 
229,595 
228,990 
230,257 

226,052 

9,414 

230,538 
223,722 
227,081 
225,812 

233,084 
232,250 
223,585 
228,331 
227,230 
232,017 
226,504 
235,419 
235,144 

223,844 
233,843 
235,861 

9,457 

228,619 
230,623 



9,098 
226,446 



Date. 



Aug. 31 

Apr. 20 
Nov. 10 
Aug. 17 

Aug. 31 

Oct. 12 

June 8 
June 29 
Aug. 3 
Dec. 28 
Mar. 23 
Jan. 13 
Sept. 21 
Oct. 26 

Aug. 17 
May 18 

Feb. 3 



Oct. 12 
Mar. 30 

Oct. 5 



Nov. 30 
Oct. 5 
Dec. 21 



July 27 
Nov. 9 

Aug. 17 

Aug. 17 



July 27 
June 1 

Jan. 6 

Oct. 19 
Feb. 10 
Mar. 30 
Aug. 17 
Apr. 20 
Sept. 28 
July 6 
June 22 
July 20 

Mar. 30 

Oct. 12 

July 27 
Jan. 20 
May 18 
Mar. 23 

Oct. 12 
Sept. 14 
Jan. 13 
June 1 
May 4 
Sept. 7 
Apr. 13 
Dec. 14 
Dec. 7 

Jan. 27 
Nov. 2 
Dec. 28 

Nov. 9 

June 8 
Aug. 3 



Feb. 24 
Apr. 13 



Monthly 
volume. 



to 



1368 

554 
899 
811 

1373 

521 

345 

1390 

188 

1341 

853 

288 

733 

1175 

812 

707 

39 



522 
1198 



318 



1443 
111 

858 



1175 
529 



813 

814 



1314 
200 

251 

772 
363 

1285 
815 
556 
876 
103 

1037 
889 

1289 

659 

1245 
621 
686 
994 

354 
450 
460 
198 
171 
171 
424 
441 
100 

778 

22 

1000 

084 

555 
31 



1184 
348 



(385 
<3S6 
(387 

155 
C241 
^242 

227 



387 

:i44 

145 

95 
380 

55 
307 
247 

76 
204 
327 

227 
216 

11 



145 
340 



88 



388 

29 

239 



331 
145 

228 

228 



371 

55,56 

07 

212 
104 
362 
228 
155 
243 
27 
282 
252 

363 

:i8i 

182 
351 
166 
195 

285 

97 

124 

125 

55 

50 

45 

119 

125 

29 

208 

r. 

277 

185 

147 
9 



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100 



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18 
17 
17 
18 
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18 
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17 
17 

17 

18 
18 
17 
17 
17 
18 
17 
18 
18 

17 
18 
18 

18 

17 
18 



17 
17 



494 

861 

1153 

392 

495 

831 

1292 
1468 

277 
1527 

634 
65 

660 

958 

392 
1123 

20» 



83i 
703 



790 



1255 

756 

1439' 



214 
1083 



392 
3S2 



238 
1259 

46 

880 
283 
716 
39a 
861 
691 
24 
1410 
161 

71T 

855 

226 

128 

1111 

656 

803 

607 

93 

1259 

1005 

552 

829 

1363 

1298 

104 

990 

1471 

llOO 

1322 
252 



444 

en 



64 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 

Alpliahetical list of xyatentees — Continued. 



Name, resMence, and invention. 



No. 



Overalls 

, .issignor.) 

Hatclnray-door mechanism . . . 

Smoke-stack for locomotives . 



Eubank, Eeuben B., Jr., Slater, Mo. Car-coupling 

Eutebrouk, Charles H., Cambridge, Mass. Breech-loading fire-arm. 

Evans, Anderson. (See Creager and Evans.) 

Evans, Austin C. (See Bennett, KosweU N., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Evans, Austin C., J. M., and L. C, Springfield, Ohio. Harrow 

Evans, Austin C, Springfield, Ohio. Harrow 

Evans, Benjamin. (See Lewis and Evans.) 

Evans, David, et al. (See Adams, Joseph, assignor.) 

Evans, Edward A., New York, N. Y. Sign 

Evans, George P., Eort "Wayne, Ind. 

Evans, Ivor J. (See Kizer, James H. 

Evans, James "W., New York, N. Y. 

Evans, James W., New York, N. Y. 

Evans, Jonathan M. (See Evans, Austin C, J. M., and L. C.) 

Evans, Lemuel E., New York, N. Y. Wire bale-tie 

Evans, Lorenzo D., New York, N. Y. Printer's type-case 

Evans, Louis C. (See Evans, Austin C, J. M., and L. C.) 

Evans, Michael "W., et al. (See "Willmetb, Charles S., assignor.) 

Evans, Quimby N. (See Tudor and Evans.) 

Evans, William, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Letter-box 

Evans, WilUam H. (See Wuuderlich, Gennaro, assignor.) 

Evarts, John A. (See Morgan and Evarts.) 

Evarts, John A., assignor to Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing Company, West Meriden, 
Conn. Shade-holder 

Evarts, John A., assignor to Bradley & Hubb.ard Manufacturing Company, West Meriden, 
Conn. Extension lamp-fixture 

Even.s, Piatt, Jr., Covington, Ky. Pendulum-scales 

Everding, John, assignor of one-half interest to A. S. Jenks, Philadelphia, Pa. Pipe- 
wrench 



Everding, John, assignor of one h.alf interest to A. S. Jenks, Philadelphia, Pa. Steam-gen- 
erator 

Everest, Hiram B., and C. E. Koss, executrix of A. P. Koss. deceased, assignors to Vacuum 
Oil Company, Kochester, N. Y. Transportation can and box for oU. (Eeissue) 

Everet, Charles G., Bellefontaine, Ohio. Corn-planter 

Everhart, Edgar, Hoboken, N. J. Composition for insulating telegraph-wires, coating met- 
ils, covering roofs, and for other purposes 

Everhart, James M. (See Lawler, James J., assignor.) 

Everit, William L., New Haven, CJonn. Car-coupling 

Everitt, John S., and C. H. Avery; said Everitt assignor to J. A. Miller, Oshkosh, and said 
Avery and Miller assignors of one-fourth tbeir interest to J. G. Elanders and E. H. Bot- 
tum, Milwaukee, Wis. Head-block for saw-mUls. (Eeissue) 

Everitt, Perciv.al, Great Eyburgh, assignor of one-half interest to E. Wheeler & Co., Lon- 
don, England. Screw-stock 

Everson, Gilbert F. (See Smith, Philester, assignor.) 

Ewart Manufacturing Company. (See Ewart, William D., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Ewart Manufacturing Company. (See Simpson, John, assignor.) 

Ewart, WOliam B., Chicago, 111. Drive-chain 

Ewart, WUliam D., Belle Plaine, Iowa, assignor to Ewart M.anufacturing Company, Chicago, 
111. Drive-chain. (Reissue) 



Ewing, John H., and E. L. Bill, Wheeling, W. Va. Lantern 

E wing, OrviUe, Decatur, HI. Device for catching .and holding hogs 

Excelsior Manufacturing Company. (See Nation, David N., assignor.) 

Excelsior Manufacturing Company. (See O'Keefe, John, assignor.) 

Eynon, James. (See Hughes and JEynon.) 

Eysenbach, Henry P., Delphos, Ohio. Advertising checker-board 

Eyster, George S., Halltown, W. Ta. Machine for lining straw-board 

Eyster, George S., Halltown, W. Va. Machine for lining sheets of straw-board 

Ezard, Charles, Manchester, England. Molding-machine 

Eaber, John E., Port Eichmond, N. Y. Lead-pencil 

Eaber dn Eaur, Adolph, Newark, N. J., assignor to E. Cooper and A. S. Hewitt, New ? 
York, N. Y. Gas-producer J 

Eaber du Eaur, Adolph, Newark, N. J. Process and apparatus for burning pulverized fuel. . 

Fabric Eire Hose Company. (See Gillespie, James E., assignor.) 

Eagan, George E. (See Wright, William A., assignor.) 

Eagley, John. (See Kerstetter and Eagley.) 

FaiSs.'Joseph F., A. C. Belden, and F. W. Kremer, Akron, Ohio; said Beldcn and Kremer 
assignors of one-sixth interest to said Fahs. Oatmeal-machine 

Faby, John. (See Murray, Charles A., assignor.) 

Fairbairn, William U., assignor to himself, W.H. Ingersoll, Hyde Park, andH. T. McClearn, 
Dedham, Mass. Governor for marine engines 

Fairbank, EosweU L., Deansvllle, N. Y. Iteversible back for lounges 

Fairbanks & Co., E. & T. (See Fairbanks, Franklin, assignor.) 

Fairbanks, Crawford M., Central Falls, asslg-nor to New American FUe Company, Paw- 
tucket, E. I. Handle for files 

Fairbanks, Franklin, assignor to E. & T. Fairbanks & Co., St. Johnsbury, Vt. Platform- 
scales 



Fairbanks, John A., Cambrldgeport, Mass. Thill-coupling 

Fairbanks, Eeuben G., Fort Ann, and D. E. Breinig, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignors to Bridge- } 

port Wood Finishing Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Pulverizing apparatus 5 

Fairb.^nks, Thaddeus, St. Johnsbury, Vt. Eadiator 

Fairbrother, Henry L. (See Drown, Otis E., assignor.) 

Fairchild, Frank L. (See Splndler and Falrchild.) 

Falrcblld, Frank L., et al. (See Yoch, Benhard, assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Falrchild, Frank L., Mount Vernon, Ohio. Eoad-onghie 



Falrchild, Frauk L. , Mount Vernon, Ohio. Traction-engine 

Falrchild, Frank L., Mount Vernon, Ohio. Traction-wheel 

Fairchild, John P., and W. H. Miller, St. Louis, Mo. Sprinkling apparatus 

Fairchild, Le Eoy W., New York, N. Y. Combined whistle and compass 

Fairfield, Hadley P. (See McKay and Fairfield.) 

Fairfield, Hadley P., West Medford, Mass. Machinery for assorting pieces of leather. 



229,241 
230,409 



223,492 
225,694 



223,493 
236,012 

234,464 
234,911 

229,392 
229,687 



227,509 



224,411 

230,258 
225,513 

231,023 

229,984 

9,017 

229,985 

227,352 
232,953 

9,217 
227,508 



225,113 

9,256 

224,888 

235,675 



228,330 
226,733 
231,024 
226,655 
229,988 

225,813 

228,334 



234,010 



228,252 
224,082 



225,004 

227,969 
229,310 

227,970 

231,413 



225,695 

230,702 

231,781 

230,868 
I 233,742 

I 224,005 



Date. 



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volume. 



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July 27 



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Dec. 28 

Nov. 10 
Nov. 30 

June 29 
July 



May 11 



Feb. 10 

July 20 
Mar. 16 

Aug. 10 

July 13 

Jan. 6 
July 13 

May 11 

Oct. 5 

May 25 
May 11 



Mar. 2 
June 15 
Feb. 24 
Dec. 21 



June 1 
Apr. 20 
Aug. 10 
Apr. 20 
July 13 

Mar. 23 

June 1 



Nov. 2 



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Feb. 3 



Mar. 2 

May 25 
June 29 

May 25 

Aug. 24 



Mar. 23 

Aug. 3 

Aug. 31 

Aug. 10 
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890 
036 

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549 

247 
551 

315 

189 

1262 
485 

156 
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198 
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500 
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555 

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190 

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328 
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308 



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248 



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367 



409 
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186 



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Alj)liabciical list of patentees — Continued. 



65 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Fairfield, Hadley P., West Medford, assignor to G. McKay, trustee, Cambridge, Mass. Ma- 
chine for stretcbing and notching uppers 

Fairfield, Hadley P., AVest Medford, assignor to G. McKay, trusted Cambridge, Mass. 
Nailing-machine .- 

Fairfield, Hadley P., 'Vf est Medford, assignor to G. McKay, Cambridge, Mass., and H. G. 
Thompson, Milford, Conn., trustees. Lasting-machine 

Fairlie, Eobert F., London, England. Car-coupling. (Reissue) 

Fake, Elmira, et al. (See Fake, Henry, assignor.) 

Fake, Georgiana, et al. (See Fake, Henry, assignor.) 

Fake, Henry, Chicago, HI., assignor to himself, "C. C. Chase, E., G., and W. S. Fake. Cur- 
rent and tide-water wheel 

Fake, "Warren S., et al. (See Fake, Henry, assignor.) 

Fales, Giles S., New Bedford, Mass. Tool-post for turning-lathes 

Fales, Jenks & Sons. (See Morse, Cyrus B., assignor.) 

Falize, Lucien J., .Jr., Paris, France." Ornamentation of jewelry and other articles 

Fallows, Joseph, Southbridge, Mass. Safety lamp-bracket 

Fancber, .James A., West Granby, Conn. Velocipede , 

Fancher, Loren, Detroit, Mich. Device for forcibly opening doors 

Fanning, David H., et al. (See Hill, Lucian. assi^^or.) 

Fanning, Gurdon S. and J. M., Auburn, N. Y. Cleansing beer-casks 

Fanning, .Tames M. (See Fanning, Gurdon S. and J. M.) 

Fanning, Jessie L., et al. (See Fanning, John, assignor.) 

Fanning, Jobn, assignorto F. L. Burchard, J. L. Fanning, and E. H. Pnrdy, Brooklyn, N. T. 
Lemon-squeezer IT 

Fanning, John, assignor to F. L. Burchard, J. L. Fanning, and E. H. Purdy, Brooklyn, N. T. 
Lemon-squeezer 

Farber, Mannasseh W., assignor to E. Farber, Mount Pleasant, Iowa. Scraper 

Farber, Rachel. (See Farber, Mannasseb "W., assignor.) 

Farbwerke, vormals Meister, Lucius &. Briining. ^See Baum, Heinrich, assignor.) 

Faris, James B., Glenfield, near Pittsburg, Pa. Grate 

Farloe, George W., Boundbrook, N. .J. Berth-protector for sleeping-cars 

Farley, C.yrus H., i?ortland, Me. Lamp-reflector 

Farley, Eobert, .Tr. (See Russell, TViUiam H.. assignor.) 

Farling, Albert D., Grand Rapids, Mich. Millstone-dress 

Farmer, George P., et al. (See Smith, Albert M., assignor.) 

Farmer, MarceUus J., assignor of one-balf interest to H. W. HoUey, Lynchburg, Va. Ma- 
chine for making plug-tobacco 

Farmer, Samuel C, Jr., et al. (See Bartels, William H., assignor.) 

Farmer, William. (See AttriU and Farmer.) 

Farmers Friend Manufacturing Company. (See Kuhns, Daniel T., assignor.) 

Farmers Friend Manufacturing Company. (See Runstetler, Andrew, assignor.) 

Farmers Friend Manufacturing Company. (See Runstetler, Michael, assignor.) 

Farmers Friend Manufacturing Company. (See Trautmann, Charles M., assignor.) 

Farmers Manufacturing Company. (See Trautmann, Charles M., assignor.) 

Famam, Harriet A., assignor of one-half interest to H. C. EUer, St. Paul, Minn. Cooking 
and heating apparatus 

Faman, Michael, et al. (See Franta, Joseph F., assignor.) 

Famham, Frank G., assignor of one-half interest to L. J. Dorfliuger, White Mills, Pa. 
Lamp 



Famham, Frank G., White Mills, Pa. Cartridge capping and uncapping implement 

Famham, Frank G., White Mills, Pa. Cartridge-loading implement 

Famham, Frank G., White Mills, assignor to himself and M. M. TreadweU, Hawley, Pa. 

Permutation-padlock 

Famham. John N., Waltham, Mass. Steam-boiler 

Famham, William E., Pittsfield, Mass. Skate 



Famsworth, Andrew C, Chicago, 111. Portable fare-collecting apparatus 

Famsworth, George, Chicago. HI. Barrel-machine 

Famsworth, Ira, Boston, Mass. Marine clock 

Famsworth, William G. (See Bergan, John A., assignor.) 

Famum, Edward P.. Concord, N. H. Riveting-tool , 

Famum, Edward P., Concord, N. H. Eivet 

Famum, William C, assignor to L. Wilder, Hoosick Falls, N. Y. Lawn-mower 

Famum, William C, assignor to L. Wilder, Hoosick Falls, N. Y. Pawl-and-ratchet device 

Farr, Hiram G., assignor to himself and H. C. Copeland, Brandon, Yt. Machine for form- 
ing flanges on connter-stiflfeners for boots and snoes 

Farradesche, Francois M. C, Paris, France. Umbrella and sun-shade 

Farrar, James B., Wilmington, N. C. Gatherer and rufiler for sewing-machines 

Fftrrar, WiUiam B., Greensborough, N. C. Turbine water-wheel 

Farrel. .John, et al. (See Eichbaum, Henry, assignor.) 

Farrell. .James W.. Philadelphia, Pa. Aciding-machine for making sQeet-metal cans 

Farrell, JohnT.. Webster, Mass. Damper 

Farrell, Thomas .J., Fort Howard, Wis. Locomotive-spring 

Farrell WUliam E., Philadelphia, Pa. Manufacture of paper-pulp from wood, &c 

Farrell William E., Philadelphia, Pa. Papor-pulping engine for the reduction of wood, 
straw, c&c 

Fanier, John M., assignor of one-half interest to II. Kasmirskv, JDayton, Ohio. Window- 
blind ." 



Farrin, .John, et al. (See Armstrong. William, assignor.) 

Farrington, Thomas B., Chicago, HI. Tap or nipple for water and gas mains 

Farrington, Thomas B.. Chicago, HI. Tjnder-garmcnt 

Farthing. .John. (See Rhind and Farthing.) 

Famm. Eobert J.. Oakland. Cal. Chair- brace 

Farwell. Pulaski, Fredericksville. 111. Car-coupling 

FarwcU, Willard B., New York, N. Y.. .issignor to S. G. Clarke, Tenafl v, N. .J. Corn-husker. 

F.irwell, Willard B., New York, N. Y. Corn-hnsker '. 

Farwell, Willard B., New York, N. Y.. assignor to S. G. Clarke, Teuafly, N. J. Apparatus 

for hydraulic mining 

Farweil, Willard B., New York, N. Y., assignor to S. G. Clarke, Tenaflv, N. J. Combined 

ore-flume and riflle-box T 

F.-invell, WiUiam. (See Dillon and Cleary, assignors.) (Reissue.) 

Faschcr, Hermann, Chicago, HI. Grain-distributing machino 



229,986 

230,624 

234,912 
9,14- 

234,390 

224,006 

223,803 
230,625 
227,746 
233,065 

231,219 



226,100 



233,339 
232,396 



231,296 

223,494 
231,159 

232,603 



229,813 



231,025 

231,549 
232,251 . 
234,259 

235,862 
227,621 
234,802 

224,770 

224,587 
234,863 

229,688 
232,252 
224,523 
224,524 

230,259 
235,943 
235,220 
224,161 

224,771 
^23,222 
233,666 
223,670 

225,922 

225,117. 

223,327 

228,748 

230,117 
226,293 
224.588 
230.183 

231,221 

235,944 

^23,048 



Date. 



July 13 

Aug. 3 

Nov. 30 
Apr. 13 



Nov. 16 

Feb. 3 

Jan. 27 
Aug. 3 
May 18 
Oct. 26 

Aug. 17 



Apr. 

Oct. 19 
Sept. 21 



Aug. 17 

Jan. 13 
Aug. 17 

Sept. 28 



July 13 



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Aug. 10 

Aug. 24 
Sept. 14 
Nov. 9 

Dec. 28 
Mav 18 
Nov. 30 

Feb. 24 

Feb. 17 
Nov. 30 

July 6 
Sept. 14 
Feb. 17 
Feb. 17 

July 20 

Dec. 28 

Dec. 7 

Feb. 3 

Feb. 24 

Jan. 6 

Oct. 26 

Jan. 20 

Mar. 30 

Mar. 2 

Jan. 6 
June 15 

July 20 
Apr. 6 
Feb. 17 
July 20 

Aug. 17 

Dec. 23 

May 25 



Monthly 
volume. 






552 
33 



1368 
508 



713 

41 

729 

34 

769 

1095 

736 



21 



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034 



810 

355 
054 

878 



362 



501 

1095 
451 
529 

1001 

618 

1305 

945 

721 
1306 

202 
453 
639 
640 

891 

1104 

196 

212 

940 

15 

1090 

568 

1124 

162 

144 
733 

717 
109 
721 
793 

733 

1104 

1126 



154 
9 



368 
143 



192 

12 

197 

9 

217 

304 



189 
175 



J 228 

)229 

95 

185 



243 



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307 
C124 
n25 

146 

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177 
352 
C269 
^270 
205 
352 

50 
125 
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184 

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54 

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270 

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304 



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46 

36,37 
202 

201 

49 

205 

224 

207 

300 

320 



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Gazette. 



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18 

18 
17 

18 
17 

17 

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17 
18 

18 



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18 



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18 

18 



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17 

18 

18 
18 
17 
17 

18 
18 
18 
17 

17 
17 

18 






100 
252 

1242 

842 



1122 

210 

156 

252 

1124 

944 

379 



750 



867 
644 



392 

75 
307 

092 



335 

444 

607 

1083 

1472 
1102 
1232 

405 

352 
1232 

38 
607 
339 
339 

101 
1488 
1313 

239 

405 
5 
944 
17 ' 119 



17 
17 

17 

17 

18 
17 

17 
13 



092 

484 

26 
1350 

135 

776 
352 
147 



18 ! 379 
18 1438 
17 i 1191 



66 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 

AlvkaheUcal list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Fasig, John, "West Salem, Ohio. Thill-coupling 

rath, Leonard G., Hillsborough, 111. Cultivator 

Faucher, George E., Grand Prairie, Tex. Cotton and corn planter 

Faught, Nelson, Hendricks County, Ind. Wagon-body 

Faulkner, Alfred. (See "Weber, Theodore A., assignor.) 

Faulkner, Alfred, et al. (See "Weber, Theodore A., assignor.) 

Faulkner, James J., assignor of part interest to J. Latshaw and J. Aikin, riOuisville, Ky. 
Grinding-mill 

Faure, Camille A., and G. Trench, Faversham, assignor to Cotton Powder Company, (lim- 
ited,) "Westminster, England. Signaling-cartrid.^e 

Faure, Camille A., and G. Trench, Faversham, assignors to Cotton Powder Company, (lim- 
ited,) Westminster, England. Detonator 

Faust, Henry H. (See Halbach, Herman F., assignor.) 

Favier, Paul A. A. M. A., Paris, France. Extracting the fibers from textile plants 

Fawcett, Richard, Salem, Ohio. Bolt and rivet cutter 

Fawcett, Samuel, Rochester, K. Y. Pipe-tongs 

Fay, Alonzo G., Jr., New York, N. Y. Lace-fastening for gloves, &c 

Fay &, Co., J. A. (See Doane and Bugbee, assignors.) 

Fay & Co., J. A. (See Doane, Passol, and Bugbee, assignors.) 

Fay & Co., J. A. (See Passell, George "W., assignor.) 

Fay, Francis A., Brooklyn, assignor, by mesne assignments, to P. C. Tiemann, New York, 
N. Y. Boot and shoe stretcher 

Fay, George H., assignor to himself and J. K. Robertson, Morrison, HI. Breech-loading 
ire-arm 

Fay, "William, St. Louis, Mo. Extension-table 

Fay, "William "W., assignor to himself and C. O. Adams, Jeflorson City, Mo. Rail-joint 

Fay, "Winslow L. (See Squire, "Wesley C, assignor.) 

Fayaux, Augustus L., Philadelphia, Pa. Drum ^ 

Fea, John, Amsterdam, N. Y. Expression-indicator for reed-organs 

Feam, "William R., assignor to himself and "W. C. "Vincent, Savannah, Ga. Railway-switch 

Febiger, John C ., Jr. , New Orleans, La. Packing for engines, &c 

Fee, John S. (See Ashlock, Richard A. H., assignor.) 
Feelemyer, Griffith. (See Hill, Charles G., assignor.) 
Feit, Daniel. (See e'Harra and Felt.) 

Felbel, Jacob, New York, N. Y. Putting up cigars 

Felgar, David, Stuart, Iowa. Agricultural boiler 

Fell Dynamic Motor Company. (See Fell, Thomas M., assignor.) 

Fell, Thomas M., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Fell Dynamic Motor Company, Jersey City, 

N. J. Production of motive power 

Fell, Thomas M., Brooklyn, N. V., assignor to Fell Dynamic Motor Company, Jersey City, 

N. J. Obtaining motive power from air and gases 

Fell, Thomas M., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Fell Dynamic Motor Company, Jersey City, 

N. J. Furnace ' 

Felldin, Abraham, Brooklyn, N. Y. "Upright piano-forte 

Fellheimer, August, assignor to S. Wormser & Co., New York, N. Y. Corset 

Fellowes, Cornelius, et al. (See Vetter, Joseph C, assignor.) 

Fellows, Alfred, G. A. Isbell, and L. Godard, Ma^uoketa, Iowa; said Godard assignor to 

said Fellows and Isbell. Trace-supporter , 

Fellows, Henry, Bloomington, Ind. Lock-strike 

Fellows, John T. (See Ford and Fellows.) 

Felps, George H., et al. (See Gray, Robert "W., assignor.) 

Felt, Alvin B., Philadelphia, Pa. Piping attachment for sewing-machines 

Felt, George H. , New York, N. Y. Pump 

Felthousen, Barrent "W., Milwaukee, "Wis. Steam-trap 

Felthousen, Edward G., Buffalo, N. Y. Gage-cock 

Felthousen, Edward G., Buffalo, N. Y. "Valve-stem for cocks and valves 

Felthousen, Edward G., Buffalo, N. Y. Flue-brush 

Felthousen, Edward G., Buffalo, N. Y. Lubricating-pump 

Felthousen, Jacob D., assignor of one-half interest to J. "Wren, Chicago, El. Splice-joint 

for railway-rails 

Felthousen, Jacob D., assignor of one-half interest to J. "Wren, Chicago, 111. Car-roof 

Felton, Benjamin "W., Boston, Mass. Ventilator for chimney-caps, &c 

Felton, Benjamin "W., Boston, Mass. Hot-air furnace 

Felton, "William. (See Gregg, Shaw, and Felton.) 

Fenley, George M., Medora, Ind. Drift- wheel for piers 

Fcnn, George N. (See FrUs and Fenn.) 

Fenn, Joseph E., Elizabeth, N. J. Duplex telegraph 

Fenton, Horace, "Wethersfield, Conn. Line-fastener 

Fenton, John, Indianapolis, Ind. Shoe-brush 

Fenton, John H., Indianapolis, Ind. Toe-weight 

Fenton, "William "W. (See Buren and Fenton.) 

Ferguson, Charles "W., Janesville, "Wis. Lamp-chimney cleaner 

Ferguson, George "W., New York, N. Y. Extension-cornice 

Ferguson, Henry J., New York, N. Y. Gas-carbureter 

Ferguson, Henry S., et al. (See Daniels, Theodore T., assignor.) 

Ferguson, James F., Burlington, Vt. Refrigerator 

Ferguson, James H., Leavenworth, Kans. Lamp 

Ferguson, Jirah L., New York, N. Y. Station-indicator 

Ferguson, "William E., New York, N. Y. Device for preventing the shifting of grain-car- 
goes 

Ferguson, "William R., assignor of one-half interest to J. Montgomery, Marseilles, HI. Ma- 
chine for forming harness-pads 

Fernandez & Calvo. (See Bejottes, Leon J., assignor.) 

Fernow, Louis A., Chicago, 111. Machine for drying iirinted and varnished sheets 

Fernow, Louis A., Chicago, 111. Music-recording attachment for keyed instruments 

Ferrall, Thomas R., Boston, assignor to H. Loud, Everett, Mass. Tackle or puUey-block. 

Ferrall, Thomas R., Boston, Mass. Snatch-block 

Ferren, Myron J. , Stoncham, assignor to G. McKay, Cambridge, Mass. Instep-holder for shoes 

Ferris, Charles, et al. (See Piersons, Charles S.. assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Ferris, Hiram R , Cleveland, Ohio. Lifting-jack 



No. 



224,667 
234,973 
226,734 

224,889 



225,118 

231,705 

233,406 

226,506 
229,987 
223,333 
231,483 



232,478 

226,505 
224,007 
223,899 

223,586 

235,420 

235,421 
232,955 



226,392 
225,814 

224,669 

224,772 

225,357 
232,346 
235,221 



Date. 



223,328 
232,954 



223,329 
224,668 
226,228 
224,330 
228,991 
232,118 
234,864 

230,626 
231,220 
226,507 
228,336 

227,747 

231,904 
225,923 
2.30,869 
226,295 

230,260 
232,479 

226,820 



226,993 

231,020 
231,297 

225,581 

227,748 

226,735 
227,101 
228,335 
235,222 
233,844 

229,814 



Feb. 17 
Nov. 30 
Apr. 20 
Feb. 24 



Mar. 2 

Aug. 31 

Oct. 19 

Apr. 13 
July 13 
June 1 
Aug. 24 



Sept. 21 

Apr. 13 

Feb. 3 

Jan. 27 

Jan. 13 

Dec. 14 

Dec. 14 

Oct. 5 



Apr. 13 
Mar. 23 



I 



Feb. 17 

Feb. 24 

Mar. 9 
Sept. 21 
Dec. 7 



Jan. 6 
Oct. 5 



Jan. C 
Feb. 17 
Apr. 6 
Feb. 10 
June 22 
Sept. 14 
Nov. 30 

Aug. 3 
Aug. 17 
Apr. 13 
June 1 

May 18 

Sept. 7 
Mar. 30 
Aug. 10 
Apr. 

July 20 
Sept. 21 

Apr. 20 



Apr. 27 

Aug. 10 
Aug. 17 

Mar. 10 

May 18 

Apr. 20 
May 4 
June 1 
Dec. 7 
Nov. 2 

July 13 



Monthly 
volume. 



OfScial 
Gazette. 



CO 



809 

1445 

697 

1085 



163 
1281 

772 

426 

554 

201 

1019 



734 

424 
41 

844 

462 

442 

445 
191 



276 
996 



811 

947 

449 
572 
197 



145 
190 



146 

809 
91 

413 
1038 

289 
1307 

34 
737 
428 
204 

770 

31 

1129 

329 

171 

892 
735 

787 



1015 

502 

818 

708 

771 

098 

11 

203 

198 

23 

364 



229 
388 
194 
311 



46 
360 



154 
56 

286 



204 

119 

12 

225 

125 
;125 
1126 
"126 



82 
296 



230 

270 

131 

5157 

il58 

54 



37 
51 



37 
229 

25 
117 
282 

82 
352 

10 
207 
119 

57 

217 

7 

321 

96 

49 



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204 
219 
220 



(21! 
J 221 



C281 

i282 

141 

229 



217 

194 

3,4 

57 

54 

6 

101 



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18 
17 
17 



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17 
18 
17 

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17 
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17 



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18 



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17 

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18 



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67 



Ifame, residence,andinvention. 



Ferris, James M., et al. (See Day, Erastus, assiCTor.) 

Ferris, Lauing L., New York, N. T. Bill and letter file 

Ferris, Sherwood B., Broolclyu, N. T. Corset 

Ferriss, James H., 'W'est Troy, N. T. Automatic lamp-extinguislier 

Ferry, Dexter M., et al. (See Fontaine, Eugene, assignor.) 
Ferry, Edwin A. (See Sanborn and Ferry.) 

Ferry, Thomas, Wilmington, Del. Carpet-cleaner 

Fessendon, Albert H., Porter, "Wis., assignor, by mesne assignments, to G.W.Brown, Gales- 
burs, Dl. Corn-planter. (Reissue) 

Fest, Charles, Kew York, N. Y. Mounting mother-of-pearl and similar substances on metal 

Fetter, William J., St. Louis, Mo. Belt-pulley 

Fetterly, Zenas, and O. Dutton, Yolo, C.al. Barrel-tap 

Feurth' Charles. (See Burdge, Henry R., assignor.) 

Fichtenberg, Werner W., assignor to W. C. Peet & Co., New York, N. Y. Scarf 

Fickett, Albert, assignor of one-third interest to A. M. Hastings, Rochester, N. Y. AVood- 
pulp machine 

Fickett, William S., assignor to W. W. Sherar, Rochester, N. Y. Machine for making food 
from hulled corn 

I"ield, Albert D. (See Gray, Henry F., assignor.) 

Field, Charles C, (irete, Nebr. Combined clothes-rack and mantel 

Field, Charles H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Manufacture of watch-cases 

Field, Edwin S., Springfield, Mass. Ice-cutting machine 

Field, Francis F., Stapleton, N. Y. Helical- wire brush 

Field, George B., New York, N. Y. Furnace 

Field, George F. (See Gue and Field.) 

Field, Stephen D., San Francisco, Cal. Dynamo-electric machine 

Field, Stephen D., New York, N. Y. Telegraph relay and sounder 

Field, Stephen D., New York, N. Y. 

Field, Stephen D., New York, N. Y. 
Field. Stephen D., New York, N. Y. 
Field; Stephen D., New York, N. Y. 
Field, Stephen D., New York, N. Y. 
Field, Stephen D., New York, N. Y. 



Propelling cars by electricity 

Electro-magnetic locomotive 

Underground telegraph 

Telephonic receiving-instrument 

Dynamo-electric machine. (Reissue) 

Speaking-telephone 

Field, William D., assignor of one-half interest to F. W. Carpenter, Providence, R. I 

ton-bale tie 

Field, William H. (See Galloway and Larsen, assignors.) 

Field. William H., et al. (See Richardson, George M. and C. C, assignors.) (Reissue.) 

Fielder, Alfred W.. and E. Kelly, Dansville, N. Y. Vehicle-spring 

Fields, William, Wilmington, Del. Smelting- furnace 

Fife, .James T., Corning, Iowa. Bee-hive 



Cot- 



Fifield, John W. D. (See Stoddard and Fifield.) 

Fificld, John W. D., North Brookfield, Mass. Crimping-machine 

Fild, Peter, assignor to himself and F. A. Ludwig, Boston, Mass. Lemon-squeezer 

File, George D., West Pittston, Pa., assignor to himself and A. Y. Smith. Ironing-board. 
Filley, Giles F. (See Nation, David H., assignor.) 

Filley, Giles F., and E. Boileau, St. Lonis, Mo. Pan-rest for ovens 

Filley, Giles F., St. Louis, Mo. Cooking-stove 

Cooking-stove 

Cooking-stove 

Range 

Range 



Fillev, Giles F., St. Louis, Mo. 
Fillev, Giles F., St. Louis, Mo. 
Filley, Giles F., St. Louis, Mo. 
FUley, Giles F., St. Louis, Mo. 

Finch, William R., Eureka, Cal. Breech-loa<Ung fire-arm . 



Finck, Henry, San Francisco, Cal. Fire-kindler 

Findlay, .John, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Car-wheel 

Fine, E. M. (See Fine, Isaac, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Fine, Isaac, assignor to E. M. Fine, PhiladclpTiia, Pa. Suspension ring and hook. (Reissue) 

Fine, Stewart, and M. F. Locke, St. Lonis, Mo. Vegetable-grater 

Finger, Louis, Boston. Mass. Book-binding 

Finigan, Thoma.s, Paterson, N. J. Thread-cleaner 

Fink. Carl, Berlin, Germany, assignor to R. Kuehnert, Cincinnati, Ohio. Vertical-disk 
mill .". 



Fink, George W., Pleasant Plains, 111. Check-row seed-planter 

Fink, Simon, Milwaukee, Wis. Combined ash pan and sifter 

Finkbeiner. John F., Clearfield, Pa. Tool for lumbermen 

Finley, Gideon C. and S. E., Petersburg, Term. Bee-bucket 

Finley, John E., Memphis, Tenn. Bottom for tin and other metal ware 

Finley, .John E., Memphis, Tenn. Churn-dasher 

Finley, John E., Memphis, Tenn. Chum-dasher 

Finlcv, .John E., Memphis, Tenn. Coffee-pot 

Finley, Sarah E. (See Finley, Gideon C. and S. E.) 

Fiuley. Stephen L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Bell-cord guide for railway-cars 

Finn, Archibald T., New York, and W. S. Archer, Yonkers, assignors toDuplex Fiber Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Animal fiber-s, &c 

Finn, .John L., Elyria, Ohio, assignor, by mesne assignment, to Chinnock Electric CJompany. 

New York. N. Y. Telegraph-insulator. (Reissue) ". . 

Finnecan, .John, assignor to W. C. Dickey, Philadelphia, Pa. Jump-seat for caniages 

Finnell, Timothy H., S.^-xacuse, N. Y. Railway-switch 

Finney, .losepli R., Pittsburg, Pa. Shade and curtain roller 

'^ ' " " Apparatus for measuring the electric current 

Railway-car telegraph 

Telegraph 

Electric lighting apparatus 

Commode 

Tobacco-caddy 

Fire Extinguisher Manufacturing Company. (See Granger, Almon M., assignor.) 
Fire Extingnisher Manufacturing Company. (See Stanton, John W., assignor.) 

Firebaugh, William R., Danville. DI. Car-coupling 

Firm, .Joseph L., New York, N. Y. Set-off for printing-machines 

Firmbach, John, assignor of one-half interest to J. S. Gardner, Brooklyn, N. Y. Glue 
cement 



Finney, .Joseph R., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Finney, Joseph R., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Finney, .Joseph R., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Finney, .Josenh R., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Finsterer, .John, Pliiladelphia. Pa. 
Finzer, Rudolph, Louisville, Ky. 



No. 



226,294 
231,414 

227,971 



231,550 

9,044 
223,441 
232,035 
234,377 

225,815 

232,480 

233,083 

227,749 
227,231 
234,397 
232,036 

227,888 

223,845 
227,750 

229,991 

232,253 
233,492 
233,493 
9,458 
234,554 

223,723 



232,019 
227,510 

224,589 



229,989 
230,870 
231,298 

228,620 
235,346 
235,347 
235,348 
2.35,349 
235,350 

229,035 

229,596 
233,222 

9,494 
231,410 
233,607 
225,217 

2.33,495 
234,555 
228,749 
235,076 
223,330 
223,641 
223,042 
223,643 
224,822 

22.?,233 



235,519 

9,434 
226,053 
223,587 
2-37,889 
231,415 
231,552 
234,260 
234,261 
226,296 
228 182 



Date. 



Apr. 6 
Aug. 24 
May 23 



Aug. 24 1090 



Monthly 
volume. 



170 

944 

1046 



Jan. 13 517 

Jan. 13 289 

Sept. 28 915 

Nov. 9 665 

Mar. 23 997 

Sept. 21 736 

Oct. 13 355 97 

May 18 772 

May 4 172 

Nov. 16 714 

Sept. 28 915 

May 25 945 

Jan. 27 
May 18 

July 13 559 I ^^■^ ^ 18 

Sept. 14 
Oct. 19 
Oct. 19 
Nov. 9 
Nov. 10 

Jan. 20 023 167 17 



Sept. 7 
May 11 

Feb. 17 

July 13 
Aug. 10 
Aug. 17 

June 8 
Dec. 14 
Dec. 14 
Dec. 14 
Dec. 14 
Dec. 14 



June 22 1078 



July 6 
Oct. 12 

Dec. 7 
Aug. 24 
Oct. 26 
Mar. 9 

Oct. 19 
Nov. 16 
June 15 
Dec. 7 
Jan. 6 
J.ln. 20 
Jan. 20 
Jan. 20 
Feb. 24 

Juno 1 

Dec. 14 

Nov. 30 
Mar. 30 
Jan. 13 
ilay 25 
Aug. 24 
Aug. 24 
Nov. 9 
Nov. 9 
Apr. 6 
.Jime 1 



173 

486 

722 



556 
330 

819 

556 
338 
339 
359 
360 
361 



104 
523 



49 

267 
298 



(307 
^308 



'Official 
Gazette. 



231,782 1 Aug. 31 
237.1,57 I May 4 



225,119 1 Mar. 2 



1551 

1290 

462 

946 

946 

1098 

531 

534 

172 

33 



1376 

84 

104 



33 



1C2 IS 1385 



388 
23 



18 



17 



444 

102 

05 

098 

1100 

17 057 



1069 
352 

100. 
309 
393 



17 1410 



897 
1154 
1339 
1284 



17 1244 



405 
991 



4H 



68 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
AlpliaVetical list of patentees — Continued. 



. Name, residence, and invention. 



lischbeck, Detmar, Milwaukee, Wis. Fly-net 

Fischbeok, Frederick. (See Lotz, William H., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Fischer, Charles S., New York, N. T. TTpright-piano-forte action-frame 

Fischer, Ferdinand O., Aptos, Cal. Whifflctree 

Fischer, Francis J., Hamilton, Ohio. Hoe 

Fischer, George, et al. (See Miescli, .Tohn, assignor.) 

Fischer, Georg, Hainfeld, Austria. Crucible-furnace 

Fischer, Johann, Tannwald, Bohemia, Austria, assignor to J. Thompson, New York, N. Y. 

Securing molded glass stones to metallic frames 

Fischer, Peter, Crawfordsville, Ind. Kail way-bridge 

Fischer, Philipp, assignor to C. Loucks, New York, N. Y. Button-shoe 

Fischer, Valentine, New York, N. Y. Valley and ridge sheets for roofs 

Fischer, William. (See Ullman, Morris, assignor.) 

Fischer, William E., Boston, Mass. Machine for turning channel-flaps for boots and shoes. 
(Reissue) 

Fiset, Michel, Albany, N. Y. Furniture-caster ; 

Fiset, Michel, Albany, N. Y. Shutter-fastener 

Fish, Abner C. (See" Jensen, Jens, assignor.) 

Fish, Abner C., Racine, AVis. Brake-lever. 

Fish, Abner C ., Racine, Wis. Brake-lever 

Fish, Abner C., Racine, Wis. Wa£jon-brake lever 

Fish Brothers. (See Vanormau, Oliver, assignor.) 

Fish, Calvert A., New York, N. Y. Hand-loom 

Fish, John, Summit, N. J. Balanced slide-valve 

Fish, Lewis A., Faribault, Minn. Bag-tie 

Fish, Lewis A., Faribault, Minn. Bag-holder 

Fishbom, Reuben W., et al. (See Quick, William B., assignor.) 

F'isher, Abram, Perrysbnrg, Ind. Bolt-cutter 

Fisher, Alvan B., West Rutland, Mass. Machine for shaving basket-splints 

Fisher, Charles B. (See Fisher, George W., assignor.) 

Fisher, Charles N., Willis, Tex., and C. L. Downes, Jersey City, N. J. Stylographic foun- 
tain-pen -■ 

TTisher, Clark, Trenton, N. J. Vise 

Tisher, Ebenezer, and J. Watson, Kmcarduie, Ontario, Canada. Horse-collar 

Fisher, Ebenezer, and J. Watson, Kincardine, Ontario, Canada. Die for forging metallic 
horse-collar frames 

Fisher, Ebenezer, and J. Watson, Kincardine, Ontario, Canada. Horse-collar fastening 

Fisher, EUas R. (See Meeker and Fisher.) 

Fisher, George W., assignor to C. B. Fisher, St. Louis, Mo. Shafting-hanger , 

Fisher, Hart A., Toledo, Ohio. Cuff-button 

Fisher, Harvey L., Toledo, Iowa. Sickle-holder 

Fisher, Israel.' (See Gassett and Fisher.) 

Fisher, Israel, Boston, Mass., assignor to Union Electric Signal Companj'. Electrical rail- 
way-signal 

Fishoi-, James S., assignor of one-half interest to B. B. Browne and G. F. Adams, Baltimore, 

Md. Car-coupling 

TFisher, John, New York, N. Y. Hoisting and loading apparatus 

[Fisher, John, London, England. Shaft of screw-propellers 

Fisher, John, Brooklyn, N. Y. Plank for conveying packages 

Fisher, John W. S. (See Emerson, Lowe, assignor.) 

^Fisher, Joseph, and J. Gamble, Harrison, N. J. Curtain-roller 

-Fisher, Laban. (See Clawson, Milton J., assignor.) 

•Fisher, Louis M. (See Maisel and Fisher.) 

iFisher, Robert A., assignor to Harrison Brothers & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Preparing a 
sizing material used by paper-makers 

Fisher, Robert A., assignor to Harrison Brothers & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Manufacture of 
a white compound for paper-makers' use 

Fisher, William L., South Saginaw, Mich. Car-coupling ^, 

Fisher, William M., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor of four-fifths interest to C. and A. Lawrence, 
J. A. Gano, and T. T. Heath. Boiler-furnace 

Fisher, William M., assignor to American Boiler and Furnace Companj-, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Steam-boiler 

Fi-sher, William M., Cincinnati, Ohio. Steam-boiler 

Fisher, William M., assignor, by mesne assignments, to American Boiler and Furnace Com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. Boiler-furnace. (Reissue) 

Fishero, John, Alamo, Ind. Flour and meal chest 

Fishkill Landing Machine Company. (See Mills, Emory W., assignor.) 

Fi.sk, Clark & Flagg. (See Flagg, Thomas J., assignor.) ■ 

risk, James, Brattleborough, Vt. Hor.se-detacher 

Fisk, Wilbur L. (See Culhertson, William, assignor.) 

Fiske, Bradley A., Naperville, 111. Pencil and crayon holder 

Fiske, Henry G., Springfield, Mass. Telephone signalin;^ apparatus 

Fiske, Henry G., Springfield, Mass. Dental attachment tor telephones 

Fiske, Henry G., Springfield, Mass. Electric signal apparatus 

Fiske, Henry (>., Springfield, Mass. Electric signal apparatus 

Fiske, Henry G., Springfield, Mass. Lawn-mower 

Fiske, Henry G., Springfield, Mass. Lawn-mower ■. 

Fiske, William S., Stamford, Conn. Steam-boiler 

Fiske, William S., Stamford, Conn. Steam-engine 

Fitch, Eugene L., Breda, Iowa. Thread-case 

Fitch, Ezra C, New York, N. Y. Watch-case 

Fitch, Frederick K. (See Steams, .1. Milton, Jr., assignor.) 

Fitch, Henry, Lawrenceburg, Ind. Calculator 

Fitch, Lauren M., assignor of one-half to L. Roth, Romo, N. Y. Platform-spring 

Fitch, William C, Sacramento, Cal. Newspaper-file 

Fithian, Joanna, Knightstown, Ind. Dish-drainer 

Fithian, Lemuel S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Blower or exhaust 

Fitt, Frederick, assignor of part interest to J. R. Armstrong and H. J. Gibbs, Ottawa, On- 
tario, Canada. Removable escapement for watches 

Fitts, George W., South Hampton, N. H., and L. F. Griffin, Lake Forest, 111. School-desk. . 

Fitts, Georgo W., South Hampton, N. H., and L. F. Griffin, Lake Forest, HI. Elevator 

Fitz, John, et al. (See Armstrong, William, assignor.) 

Fitzgerald. Daniel H. (See Broughton, John, assignor.) 



No. 



227,353 

224,008 
230,764 
232,700 

228,049 

225,816 
230,410 

233,496 

235,351 



9,372 
223,846 
235,676 

225,3.iS 
226,508 
229,689 

234,761 
224,525 
234,011 
234,012 

231,299 
234,398 



224,162 
226,841 
224,671 

226,737 
230,261 

224,821 
226,736 
230,118 



23.5,145 

225,583 
229,528 
231,553 
232,120 

22.5,582 



223,442 

223,443 
230,763 

225,051 

228,521 
2:52,481 

9,492 
234,013 



234,664 

226,607 
226,229 
228,254 
229,529 
229,990 
233,494 
234,553 
224,890 
231,551 
231,027 
224,070 

232,482 
234,974 
229,036 
233,340 
234,014 

230,202 
226,842 
232,637 



Date. 



May 11 

Feb. 3 
Aug. 3 
Sept. 28 

May 25 

Mar. 23 
July 27 

Oct. 19 

Dec. 14 



Sept. 7 
Jan. 27 
Dec. 21 

Mar. 9 
Apr. 13 
July 6 

Nov. 23 
Feb. 17 
Nov. 2 
Nov. 2 

Aug. 17 
Nov. 16 



Feb. 3 
Apr. 27 
Feb. 17 

Apr. 20 
July 20 

Feb. 24 
Apr. 20 
July 20 



Dec. 7 

Mar. 16 
July 6 
Aug. 24 
Sept. 14 

Mar. 16 



Jan. 13 

Jan. 13 
Aug. 3 

Mar. 2 

June 8 
Sept. 21 

Dec. 7 
Nov. 2 



Nov. 23 

Apr. 20 
Apr. 6 
Juno 1 
July 6 
July 13 
Oct. 19 
Nov. 10 
Feb. 24 
Aug. 24 
Aug. 10 
Fel). 17 

Sept. 21 
Nov. 30 
June 22 
Oct. 19 
Nov. 2 

July 20 
Apr. 27 
Sept. 28 



Monthly 
Yolujae. 



p< 



310 

42 
192 
989 

1127 

997 
1096 

873 

361 



270 

781 
759 

451 
429 
203 

1170 
641 
235 
236 

819 
715 



213 

828 
814 

700 
893 

1007 
699 

717 



100 

710 

24 

1101 

292 

709 



290 



291 
191 



92 



432 
738 



324 

237 



1062 

556 

92 

113 

26 

557 

871 

900 

1080 

1097 

503 

813 

739 
1446 

1080 
690 
237 

894 
830 
910 



91 

13 

56 

272 

321 

286 

309 

;241 

i242 

100 



74 
208 
210 

131 

120 

56 

315 

184 
64 
G4 

229 
193 



62 
231 

230 

.195 
253 

285 
194 
201 



30 

209 

6,7 

308 

82 

209 



55 
25 



118 
205 



90 
64 



286 

155 

25 

33 
7 
155 
241 
242 
311 : 
308 i 
142 
230 1 
I 
205 
389 
295 
1S9 

65 

254 
231 
252 



Official 

Gazette. 



17 

17 

18 
18 



17 

18 

[18 

18 



18 
17 

18 

17 
17 

18 

18 
17 

18 
18 

18 

18 



17 
17 
17 

17 

18 

17 

17 
18 



18 

17 

18 
18 
18 



17 



17 

18 



ir 



17 

18 



18 
18 



18 

17 
17 
17 

18 
18 
18 
18 
17 
18 
18 
17 

18 
18 
17 
18 
18 

18 
17 
18 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Alplidbeiical list of patentees — Continued. 



69 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Fitzgerald, Jobn, Brooklyn, X. T. Grinding-mill 

Fitzgerald, Thomas, Jr., Boston, Mass. Coflfee and tea filter 

Fitzgerald, Thomas, Jr.. Boston, Mass. Lamp-humer 

Fitzgerald. 'S^alter S.. Boston, Mass. Skiving-machine 

Fitzhugh, Benjamin G-., assignor of one-half to P. Christ, Baltimore Md. Car-starter 

Fitzhngh, Henry M., Bay City, Mich., assignor of one-half interest to S. E. Babcock, T. E. 

Haslehurst, and J. B. Anthony, Troy, N.'Y. Covering for steam and hot-air pipes 

Fitzhugh, Henry M., Bay City, Mich. Manufacture of barrels 

Fitzmy^cr, George F. (See Hennessy, James J., assignor.) 

Flad, iffeury, St. Louis, Mo. Seasoning ivood 

Flad, Henry. St. Loni.s, Mo. Preserving timber .~ 

Flasg, George H. P. (See Helms, Charles H., assignor.) 

Flagg, George H. P. (See Tayraan and Bennor. assignors.) 

Flagg, George H. P. (See Tayman, Benjamin J., assignor.) (Keissue.) 

Flagg, J. Melledge, Providence, P. I. Loom 

Flagg, Lysander!" (See Buck, George H., assignor.) 

Flagg, Stanley G., et al. (See Mellinger, Christian K., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Flags, Thomas J., assignor to Fisk, Clark & Flagg, jSTew York, K. T. IN'eckscarf 

Flagler, Harvey K. (Sec Mandel, Philip H., assignor.) 

Flanagan, John, ISTewburg, N. T. Hydrant 

Flanders, Frederick. (See Jackman and Flanders.) 

Flanders, James G.. et al. (See Everitt and Avery, assignors.) <Reissue.) 

Flanders, TVilliam G., Lansingburg, 2^. T. Steam-cooker 

Flanders, William G., Lansingburg, N. Y. Steam-cooker 

Flanery, David, Jackson, Mis's. Electric lighting 

Flather. Edward, Bridgeport, Conn. Balance-wheel pulley for sewing-machines 

Flather. Edward, Bridgeport, Conn. Balance-wheel pulley for sewing-machines 

Flato, Fridrich, Flatonia, Tex. Bird-cage 

Fleck, John B., Ithaca, If . Y. Mold for beefsteak-masticators 

Fleck, John B.. Ithaca, X. Y. Meat-tenderer 

Fleek. Nicholas, Goldfield, and 0. IJ. Williams, Fort Dodge, Iowa. Hay-loader 

Fleisch, Jacob H., Xew York, JT. Y. Xeckscarf 

Fleischmann. Charles L., Washington, D. C. Device for overcoming the dead-points of 

cranks 



No. 



Date. 



Fleischmann, Charles L.. Washington, D.C. Duplex pedal motor 

Fleisclimann. Gustav. (SeeKalthoff, Casper, assignor.) 

Fleisher. Simon B.. Philadelphia, Pa. Device for holding coils of braid and similar articles. 
(Reissue) 

Fleisher, Simon B., Philadelphia, Pa. Device for holding coils of braid and similar articles. 
(Reissue) 

Fleitmann. Theodor. Iserlohn, Prussia, Germany. Manufacture of nickel-zinc alloy 

Fleming, Eli. (SeeLettenmyer, George, assignor.) 

Fleming, Henry W., assignor of one-half interest to W. C. Williams and C. W. Higgins, 
Denver, Colo. Rock-drill 

Fleming, James M., Idaville, Tenn. Fence-brace 

Fleming, James P., et al. (See Williams. John D., assisnor.) 

Fleming, James W.. assignor of one-half interest to F."H. Stumpf, St. Joseph, Mo. Com- 
bined cultivator and harrow 

Fleming. John, assignor to himself, 0. B. Keelev, Spring City, and E. S. Shantz, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Rock-drill bit \ , 

Fleming, -John. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Machine for casting printers' leads 

Fleming, .Jonathan, Fort Wayne, Ind. Road-leveler 

Fleming. Samuel W., assignor of one -half interest to J. Rush, Dunkirk, Ohio. Plow- 
truck 



Fleming, Timothy A.. Hoosick FaUs. N. Y. Screw-tap 

Flenniljen, Theodore M., assignor to H. M. Gorham, .executrix, and X. C. Thompson, Rock- ? 

ford. 111. Harvester-gearing i 

Fletcher, Addison C, New York, X. Y. Envelope letter-sheet 

Fletcher, Jacob G.. AYashington. D. C. Artist's canvas-stretcher 

Fletcher, Thomas. Warrington, England. Composition for filling teeth 

Fletcher. Thomas, Warrington, England. Composition for filling teeth 

Fletcher, Tristram H., et al. (See Hutchins, George W., assignor.) 

Flexible Shoe Fastenins Machine Company. (See Chaplin, Orril R., assignor.) 

Flick. Julius A. (See Kilroy and Flick.) 

Flindt, Henry, Albany. Ores. Heel, shank, and counter supporter 

Flinn, .John R. (See Bott, Joseph E., assignor.) 
Flinn, R. Y. (See Miller. George A., assignor.) 
Flinner. .John. (See Hollingcr and Flinner.) 

Flint, Benjamin F., assignor to J. L. HaU. Cincinnati, Ohio. Time-lock 

Flint, Edwin H., Cincinnati. Ohio. Time-lock 

Flint, Rockwell J., et al. (See Burton, George F., assignor.) 

Flint, William W.. assignor to Chicago Stamping Company, Chicago, lit. Sheet-metal can. . 

Flora. Orlando Y.. Madison. Ind., assignorof one-half interest to F.M.C. Kendall. Stirrup. 

(Reissue) 

Florence Machine Company. (See Goodell, Dexter W., assignor.) 
Florence Manufacturing Company. (See Estabrook, Alanson C, assignor.) 
Florsheim, Simon. (See Schilling and Florsheim.) 
Flott, George W.. et al. (See Brickctt, John, assignor.) 

Flonmoy, Parke P.. Bethesda. Md. Pruning implement 

Flower, George H.. Chicago. HI. Lubricator for steam machinery 

Flowers, Francis J.. New York, N. Y. Vehicle-spring 

Floyd, George R., Cincinnati, assignor of two-thirds Interest to G. L. Phillips, Dayton, Ohio. 

Fire-alarm telegraph 

Floyd, Stephen. (See Browning, William E., assignor.) 

Flynn, William T.. assignor of one-half interest to 0. C. King, Morristown, Tenn. Car- 

replacer 

Flynt, Chester D., Brooklyn, N. Y. Car-axle lubricator - 

Flynt, James B., and A. Young. Brooklyn, X. Y. Skipping-rope 

Foard, Jeremiah W., San Francisco, Cal.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to W. W. Wilson, 

Boston, Mass. Shoe-maker's float. (Reissue) . - 

Fockler, Cliarles, Dubntine. Iowa. Brace for cariiage-tops 

Fockler, Charles, Dubuqnc, Iowa. Carriage-top 

Fockler, Charles, Dubuque, Iowa. Curtain-fastening for carriages 



235,4-22 

234,556 
234,762 
228,183 
234,121 

231,300 
232,254 

231,783 
231,784 



228,050 

227,158 
230,765 



225,584 
234,805 
223,495 
228,184 
235,146 
224,163 
231,028 
231,301 
232,397 
231,029 

228,185 
230,411 



9,018 



9,019 

225,977 



231,785 
229,311 



220,656 

224,412 
233,608 
227,232 

231,302 

228,882 

229,993 

228,522 
226,509 
225,817 
226,738 



231,554 

232,604 
229,992 

236,013 

9,244 



230,539 
229,242 
227,233 

233,223 



227,422 
228,337 
233,224 

9,396 
223.900 
227,751 
227,752 



Dec. 14 

Nov. 16 
Nov. 23 
Juno 1 
Nov. 9 

Aug. 17 
Sept. 14 

Aug. 31 
Aug. 31 



May 25 



May 4 
Aug. 3 



Mar. 16 
Nov. 30 
Jan. 13 
June 1 
Dec. 7 
Feb. 3 
Aug. 10 
Aug. 17 
Sept. 21 
Aug. 10 

June 1 
July 27 

Jan. 6 

Jan. 6 
Mar. 30 



Aug. 31 
June 29 



Apr. 20 



Feb. 
Oct. 
May 


10 

26 

4 


Aug. 17 
June 15 


July 


13 


June 
Apr. 
Mar. 
Apr. 


8 
13 
23 

20 


Aug. 


24 


Sept. 
July 


28 
13 


Dec. 


28 


June 


8 



July 27 
.Juno 29 
May 4 

Oct. 12 



May 11 
June 1 
Oct. 12 

Oct. 5 
Jan. 27 
May 18 
May 18 



Monthly 
volvmie. 



446 

904 

1171 

24 

367 

820 
457 

1377 
1378 



1129 

65 
193 



711 
1308 
356 
25 
103 
214 
504 
821 
635 
505 

26 
1098 



248 



249 
1202 



J380 
1392 



615 

506 

1026 

174 

821 
897 

565 

434 
430 

998 
702 



1102 



879 
562 



1187 
691 



1246 

1300 

175 

524 



387 
205 
526 

319 

845 
773 

774 



C126 

)127 

243 

316 

7,8 
101 

230 
126 

388 
389 



321 



209 

353 

95 

8 

30 

62 

142 

230 

175 

142 

8,9 
309 



66 
66 



389 
381 



172 

145 

285 

50 

230 

245 

C156 

n57 

118 
120 



309 



243 
156 



328 
189 



351 

359 

51 

146 



114 

.57 

146 



226 
218 
219 



Official 
Gazette. 



^18 

18 
18 
17 
18 

18 
18 

18 
18 



17 

17 

18 
17 

18 
17 

tl8 

17 
17 
17 
17 



18 



17 
17 

IS 

18 
17 
17 
17 






1364 

1154 
1204 
1231 
1054 

393 

608 

495 
496 



1192 

991 
278 



60O 

1233 

76 

1231 

1298 

239 

335 

393 

644 

335 

1231 
201 



45 



45 
703 



490 
1469 



870 

306 

933 

1006 

393 
1382 

101 

1304 
629 
057 

884 



445 

692 
101 

1502 

1344 



226 
1457 
1006 

832 



1052 

1260 

832 

791 

174 

1124 

1124 



L\ 



70 



INDEX OF PATENTg ISSUED FROM THE 



Alplidbetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, rosidenco, and invention. 



Foerstc, Albert, Berlin, Prussia, Germany. Leaf-support for albums 

Fogelberg, Carl, and G. W: Graves, assignors to G. woods & Co., Cambridgeport, Mass. ? 

Apparatus for marking note-cylinders for musical instruments 5 

Fogs, Jason T., Garland, Mo. Esg-carrier 

rogieman, L. V. (See Kennedy, James T., assignor.) 

!Fogt, John B., Anna, Ohio. Horse bay -rake 

Fois, Leonard V. G., Amiens, France. Machine for grinding mower and reaper knives 

Foley, James, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Softening, plumping, and depilating hides and 

skins 



No. 



Foley, James S., and G. TV. Comee, "Waseca, Minn. Folding attachment for sewing-ma- 
cbiues 

Folger, Addison L., Sumner, Ind., and A. S. Folger, "Washington, Iowa. Evaporator 

Folger, A. Smith. (See Folger, Addison L. and A. S.) 

Foliett, Edward P., assignor of two-thirds interest to "V"an Zandt & Bixby, Kochester, N. T. 
Ash - sifter 

Foliett, Edward P., Eoohester, N. Y. Lantern 

Folsom, Estes A., New Haven, Conn. Cartridge implement 

Folsom, Hannibal, Stoughton, Mass. Machine for sewing shoes 

Folsom, Lewis A., Dalton, Ga. Automatic iirc-extinguisher 

Folsom, "William I). (See Shipherd, "William C, assignor.) 

Foltz, George H., Hartford, Conn. Scarf-ring 

Folz, David. (See Ligowsky and "Woeber, assignors.) 

Foncs, Civilion. (See Merriitt, James D., assignor.) 

Fontaine, Eugene, assignor of one-half interest to D. M. Ferry, J. McMillan, and T. S. Chris- 
tie, Detroit, Mich. Locomotive 

Fontaine, Henry S., assignor of one-half interest to J. B. Fontaine, Philadelphia, Pa. Shaft- 



couplinj 



Fontaine, John B. (See Fontaine, Henry S., assignor.) 
Foote, James H. (See Anderson, Allen L., assignor.) 

Foote, Mark S., Burlington, Iowa. Steam and heat conducting pipe 

Foote, Mary T., Boston, Mass. Game apparatus 

Foote, Theodore M. (See Anderson and Foote.) 

Foote, Theodore M., New York, and F. Anderson, Peekskill, assignors to American Eapid 
Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. Mechanism for perforating paper for telegraphic 



purposes. 



Foote, Theodore M., assignor to G. H. G. "Whitney, Brooklyn, N. Y. Printing-telegraph } 
apparatus '. 5 

Foote, Thomas M., New York, N. Y. Sinker and weight for fishing-lines 

Forbes, Daniel, "West Meriden, Conn. Brush-wheel for polishing glass 

Forbes, Francis. (See "Wilson, James G., assignor.^) 

Forbes, James, Mooers, N. Y. Cultivator 

Forbes, John, assignor to himself and W. T. Hildrup, Harrisburg, Pa. Core-box 

Forbes, John A., Dover, Del. Spring-motor 

Forbes, John A., assignor of one-half interest to F. A. "Williams, Dover, Del. Soldering- 
macliine 



Forbes, "William, Plainwell, Mich. "Windmill 

Forbes, "William D., New "S"ork, N. Y. Safety-valve 

Forbes, "William H. (See Dooley, Thomas B., assignor.) 
Ford, David. (See Morse, Robert A., assignor.) 
Ford, Eb C, et al. (See Bliss, George AY., assignor.) 

Ford, Elizabeth, Pellville, Ky. Brush for greasing griddles 

Ford, Eugene, and J. T. Fellows, Eockford, 111. Side-bar vehicle 

Ford, Harvey. (See Littlejohn. Charles F., assignor.) 

Ford, Joseph S., Philadelphia, Pa. Gas-burner 

Ford, Eodney A., et al. (See Lamb, Charles, assignor.) 

Ford, Thomas J., Harmonsburg, Pa. Sewing-machine 

Ford, "William, Great Bend, Kans. Feeder for hay and straw burners 

Foreman, Jacob, Ohio township, Madison county, Iowa. Chum 

Foreman, J. Guy, Dallas City, Va. Support for rubber shoes 

Forg, Peter, Somerville, Mass. Latch 

Forkel, Louis. (See Jakel, John, assignor.) 
Forknall, Thomas. (See Coryell, Edwin M., assignor.) 

Forknall, Thomas, New York, N. Y. Oscillating printing-machine 

Fonnan, "William A. (See Ganlt and Forman.) 

Forniraseo, Domaneco, Belton, Tex. Boring-machine 

Forrest, David, Eastport. Me. Heaping and mowing machine 

Forrester, John C. "W., Boston, Mass. Refrigerator 

Forshaw, William, Chicago, 111. Platform for vehicles 

For-shay, Jacob H., New York, N. Y. Skate 

Forshay, Jacob H., New York, N. Y. Skate-clamp 

Forshay, Jacob H., New York, N. Y. Corpse-preserver 

Forster, Albert G., New York, N. Y. Child's swing 

Forsyth, Thomas P., Connellsville, Pa. Lamp shade and reflector 

Forsyth, Thomas P., Connellsville, Pa. Adjustable hand-brace for use in writing 

Forsytbe, John. (See Griffith and Byrne, assignors.) 

Fort, "Wilson N., and J. A. Scott, Hurricane Hill, Ark. Steam-engine 

Fortier, Zephirin, (J. H. McMahon, administrator,) and C. H. "Wyman, Fitchburg, Mass. 

Safety-paper and method of preparing the same 

Fortune, Leonard H. (See Hatch and Fortune.) 

Fory, Martin R., New York, N. Y., and "W. L. Hcgeman, Jersey City, N. J., assignors to 

M. R. Fory, New York, N. Y. "Water-closet...... 7. 

Fosburgh, Calvin E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Child's- carriage 

Fosdyok, Joseph P., Augusta, III. Drag-saw 

Fo.sgato, Daniel 0., Rochester, Minn. Tug-buckle , 

Fo.s.s, JohnF., Lowell, Mass. Flier for spinning-machines 

Foss, L. Bacon, a.s,signor to Dover Stamping Company, Boston, Mass. Egg-beater 

Fossemale, Aim6 F. (See Grauier and Fossemale.) 

Foster, Charles E., Chicago, HI. Eotary gang-plow 

Foster, Charles "W., New Haven, Conn. "Corset 

Foster, Francis M., assignor to himself and E. Gallup, CoffeyviUe, Kans. Sulky-plow 

Foster, Henry S., TJnion City, Ind. Bosom-board 

Foster, James A. (See Biss'oll, David, assignor.) 

Foster, John M., Philadelphia, Pa. Gas-pressure regulator 

Foster, John T., Arlington, N. .1. Temporarj' binder 



231.661 
230,540 
223,331 

224,893 
230,119 

226,447 

228,622 
226,395 



2.31,030 

232,810 
227,236 
227,160 
228,621 

231,418 



230,472 
233,225 



234,015 
227,159 



228,623 

233,407 

231,417 
226,054 

224,773 
234,263 
229,113 

233,408 
233,226 
234,264 



227,235 
223,496 

233,609 

228,992 
229,110 
229,597 
228,338 
234,866 



233,227 

234,764 
230,263 
232,341 
223,497 
225,276 
2.31,905 
235,863 
235,758 
234,763 
235,520 

227,753 

227,559 



229,112 
234,010 
233,610 
228,255 
228,809 
232,018 

224,000 
229,598 
226,739 
232,605 

227,234 
224,164 



Date. 



Aug. 31 
July 27 
Jan. 6 

Feb. 24 
July 20 

Apr. 13 

June 8 
Apr. 13 



Aug. 10 
Oct. 5 
May 4 
May 4 
June 8 

Aug. 24 



July 27 
Oct. 12 



Nov. 2 
May 4 



Juno 8 

Oct. 19 

Aug. 24 
Mar. 30 

Feb. 24 
Nov. 9 
June 22 

Oct. 19 
Oct. 12 
Nov. 9 



May 4 
Jan. 13 

Oct. 26 

June 22 
June 22 
July C 
June 1 
Nov. 30 



Oct. 12 

Nov. 23 
July 20 
Sept. 21 
Jan. 13 
Mar. 9 
Sept. 7 
Dee. 28 
Dec. 21 
Nov. 23 
Dec. 14 

May 18 

May U 



Juno 22 
Nov. 2 
Oct. 26 
June 1 
June 15 
Sept. 7 

Feb. 3 
July 6 
Apr. 20 
Sept. 28 

May 4 
Fel). 3 



Monthly 
volume. 



cc 



1233 

1247 

148 

1088 
719 

349 

558 
280 



505 
16 

177 
87 

557 

951 



1176 

527 



238 
86 



558 

773 

950 
1291 

950 

538 

1164 

777 
528 
539 



177 
357 

1027 

1039 

1161 

104 

206 

1310 



529 

1173 
895 
564 
359 
342 
33 

1003 
859 

1172 
572 

775 

540 



1103 
239 

1028 
115 
815 
172 

43 
105 

703 
880 

170 
215 



Official 
Gazette. 



1^-^ 



347 

f351 

i3.52 

38 

312 

201 



148 
83 



142 

5 

52 

23 

148 

208 



331 
146 



65 
23 



148 

(213 

^214 

268 

364 

270 
147 
319 

214 
147 
147 



51 
95 

286 

283 

318 

28 

57 

353 



147 

316 
254 
156 
95 
100 
7 
278 
240 
316 
163 



219 
150 



318 
65 

286 
33 

223 
45 

13 

28 

195 

243 

51 
C3 



18 

[18 

17 

17 

18 

17 

17 

17 



18 
18 
17 
17 
17 

18 



18 

18 



18 
17 



17 

[18 

18 
17 

17 

18 
17 

18 
18 
18 



17 

17 

18 

17 
17 
18 
17 

18 



18 

18 
18 
18 
17 
17 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 



473 

226 



428 
135 



817 



1323 

807 



335 
741 

1006 
992 

1322 

421 



214 
832 



1025 
991 



1323 

880 

421 
717 

405 
1084 
1429 

881 

832 

1084 



1006 
70 

933 

1410 
1428 
24 
1260 
1233 



833 

1204 

162 

632 

70 

528 

530 

1472 

1439 

1204 

1385 



17 1125 



17 



17 
18 
18 
17 
17 
18 

17 

18 
17 
18 

17 
17 



1078 



1428 
1025 

933 
1245 
1370 

552 

210 

24 

884 

092 

1006 
239 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 18S0. 
AljyJia'betlcal list of patentees — Contimied. 



71 



K'amc, resiclonce, and inveation. 



Foster, Josiah K. (See SnlliTan, Kessler, and Foster.) 

Foster, Macomb G. (See Clarke and Foster.) 

Foster, Merriam & Co. (See Merriman, Julius E., assignor.) 

Foster, Nathaniel H., St. Joseph, La. P1o-\t , 

Foster, O. J. (See "King, Herm A., assignor.) 

Foster, Oscar S., TTtica, K". Y. Spring-heel 

Foster, Samuel, Carthajie, assignor of one-half to F. Champagne, iloriah, N. Y. Medicinal 
preparation for the hair 

Foster. Samuel L., and "W. H. Benton, Philadelphia, Pa. Composite roof 

Foster! Samuel L., and "W. H. Benton, Philadelphia, Pa. Composite roof. (Keissue) 

Fosterj Thomas M., Union City, Pa. Sash-fastener 

Foster, Walter K.. Stonoham, Mass. Mold for casting pencil-sharpeners 

Foster, "William, Brooklyn, N. Y. Hat-pressing maoliino 

Foster, "William, Broolilyn, N. Y. Prcssnre-regnlator 

Foster, William S., Kalamazoo, Mieh. Harrow-tooth 

Fonlk, Joseph L. (See Hughes and Fonlb.) 

Foulko, Charles M., assignorof one-half interest to S. D. "Wright, Philadelphia, Pa. Breast- 
harness .». 

Foulks, James G-., ct al. (See Bidwell, Martin A., assignor.) 

Fountain, Joseph G-. (See Roth, Henry, assignor.) 

Fountain, Vincent, Stapleton, N. Y. Oven for kerosene-stoves 

Fonts, Lamhert F., Greenfield, Iowa. Electric alarm 

Fowle, Joshua, Iowa City, Iowa. "Wire-stretcher 

Fowler, Anson F., et al. (See Johnson, Asa, assignor.) 

Fowler, Arthur H., ZaneSTiUe, Ohio. Sectional water-tuhe boiler 

Fowler, Azro, Mount Temon, jST. Y. Pneumatic action for musical instruments 

Fowler, Edwin P., Brooklyn, N. Y. Sprin^bed-bottom 

Fowler, Eugene A., ct al. (See Itobinson, James B., assignor.) 

Fowler, Francis, New Haven, Conn. Tricycle , 

Fowler, Francis, JTew Haven, Conn. Tricycle 

Fowler, Frank. (See Stock, Conrad, assignor.) 

Fowler, Frank P., Baraboo, "Wis. Attachment for harness 

Fowler, George, Philmont, N. Y. Mechanism for operating doffer-combs 

Fowler, Henry E., Leadville, Colo. Apparatus for medicating air 

Fowler, John, Louisville, Ey. Change-valve , 

Fowler, John "W., and D. F. Lewis, Brooklyn, IST. Y. Passenger-register 

Fowler, Joseph C, assignor to himself and J. H. B. House, -Ajcola, Tes. Ennning-gear for 

wagons 

Fowler, Maltby, Iforthford, Conn., assignor to E. "Wallace. Making sheet-metal spoons. 

(Eeissue) 

Fowler Nail Company. (See Weaver, Loyd, assignor.) 

I owler. Nathaniel C, Boston, Mass. Fire-proof material for lining safes, doors, shutters, &c. . 

Fowler, Tliaddeus, Seymour, Conn. Hinge 

Fowlkes, T. T. (See Haneline, Martin, assignor.) 

Fox, Cyrus D., Eoscoe, 111., assignor of one-half interest to "W. H. Wheeler, Eeloit, Wis. 

Combined plow and seeder or planter 

Fox, Edward, assignor to K. Egan, Brooklyn, N". Y. Steam cooking apparatus 

Fox, Edward, assignor to himself, K. Egan, Brooklyn, and J. L. Gerety, New York, N. Y. 

Distilling and rectifying apparatus 

Fox, EdwardP., Cambridge, Mass. Can 

Fox, George B., Lockland. Ohio. Manufacture of paper 

Fox, George H. (See McKelvey, John W. and E. J., assignors.) 

Fox, Howard B., assignor of one-half to W. P. Thompson, Liverpool, England. Celluloid 

and other imitation collar, cnfl", and front 

Fox, Noiinan L., Ceylon, Ohio. Carriage-top Joint 

Fox, Samson, Leeds, Great Britain. Machinery for corrugating metallic tubes 

Fox, Squire H., Florisant, assignor of one-half interest to w. H. Woodward, St. Louis, Mo. 

Machine for sprinkling potato-vines, &.o 

Fox, William, assignor to himself .and E. J. Beatty, SteubenviUe, Ohio. Manufacture of 

handled glassware 

Fox, Willard H., New Haven, Conn. EaUway-velocipcde 

Fox, WiUiam L. (Sec Zeck, Michael, assignor.) 

Frace, Daniel D., Homellsvillo, N. Y. Eg'g-tester 

Fraley, Samuel P., Columbus, Ohio. Broom 

Frambach, Henry A., Menasha, Wis. Wood-pulp machine 

Frambach, Henry A., Menasha, Wis. Feed for wood-pulp mills 

Franc, Henry. (See Campbell, Abraham A., assignor.) 

France, Arthur L., Allegheny, Pa. Buckle 

Frances, Casper S. (See Miller, Ephraim, assignor.) 
Frances, Smith. (See Eogers, Winfield S., assignor.) 
Francis, Smith. (See Eogers, Winfield S., assignor.) 

Franck, August H., Sheboygan, Wis. Straw-cutter 

Francks. .Jonas D., Hanover, Germany. Preserving wood 

Frank, David, AUentown, Pa. Car-coupling 

Frank, Monroe, and A. Dickison, BowlusvUle, Ohio. Drag-saw machine 

Frank. Samuel B., assignor of one-half interest to C. B. Wheelock &. Co., NashviUo, Term. 

Machine for cutting stone 

Franke, Theodore P., Buffalo, N. Y. Wrench , 

Franke. Theodore P., Buffalo, N. Y. Steam-generator 

Frankel, Alexander C., assignor to .1. Lagowitz, Newark, N. J. Trunk-fastener 

Frankeubcrg, Anthony M., Baltimore, Md. Elcctiic signal apparatus for telephones 

Frankfcld. Arnold. (See Eisen, Hermann .T., assignor.) 

Frankle, Jones, and C. E. Kelley, Haverhill, Mass. Electric call-bell 

Franklin, Albert and A ., WesterviUe, Ohio. Grain-drill tooth 

Franklin, Alvin. (See Franklin, Albert and A.) 

Franklin. .lames A., America. Ind. "Weather-strip 

Franks, Henry H., Brownsville, Mo. Gate 

Franta. .Joseph F., Milwaukee, Wis. Plaiting-machino 



No. 



234,017 

229,243 

235,223 
227,682 
9,314 
224,891 
235,620 
226,393 
226,394 
227,683 



226,510 

234,913 
234,765 

224,892 

233,228 

231,786 
234,262 

224,165 
227,511 

229,111 
231,160 
229,393 
228,051 
231,161 

229,994 

9,480 

231,062 
234,018 



230,027 
224,072 

235,521 
234,405 
229,690 



234,665 
229,312 
225,586 

223,332 

232,886 
225,585 

227,240 
230,541 
229,879 
233,611 

227,755 



235,423 
231,419 
226,396 
224,894 

227,758 
231,303 
232,255 
233,229 

235,424 



235,147 
230,184 

2.32,957 
227,161 

224,285 



Date. 



Nov. 2 

June 29 

Deo. 7 

May 18 

July 20 

Feb. 24 

Dec. 21 

Apr. 13 

Apr. 13 

Mav 18 



Apr. 13 



Nov. 30 
Nov. 23 
Feb. 24 

Oct. 12 

Aug. 31 
Nov. 9 

Feb. 3 
May 11 

Juno 22 
Aug. 17 
June 29 
May 25 
Aug. 17 

July 13 

Nov. 23 

Aug. 31 
Nov. 2 



Aug. 3 
Feb. 17 

Dec. 14 
Nov. 16 
July 



Nov. 23 

Juno 29 

Mar. 16 

Jan. 6 

Oct. 5 

Mar. 16 

May 4 

July 27 

July 13 

Oct. 26 

May 18 



Dec. 14 
Aug. 24 
Apr. 13 
Fob. 24 

May 18 
Aug. 17 
Sept. 14 
Oct. 12 

Dec. 14 



Dec. 7 

July 20 

Oct. 5 

May 4 

Feb. 10 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



240 

1301 

200 
687 
1054 
1087 
707 
278 
279 
689 

431 



1370 
1174 

1087 

530 

1381 
537 

217 

487 

1102 

654 

1489 

1131 

655 

566 

1283 

1234 
241 



30 

816 

573 
796 
204 



1063 
1393 

712 

148 

111 
711 

180 
1248 

437 
1028 

777 



448 

951 

282 

1089 

780 
822 
4.57 
532 

450 



104 
794 

190 

68 

304 



190 
298 
311 
200 
82,83 
83 
196 



120 



308 
316 
312 

C147 

ll48 

390 

147 

63 
C140 
1141 

318 
185 
410 
322 

186 

157 
344 



05 
359 



CO 



10 
231 



103 
214 



280 
381 
210 

38 

30 
C209 
i210 

53 
352 
120 

286 

219 



127 

268 

83,84 

312 

220 
230 
120 

148 
[127 

128 
[129 

30,31 
224 

51 
24 

104 



18 

17 

18 
17 
18 
17 
18 
17 
17 
17 



17 



18 
18 
17 

|18 

18 
18 

17 
}17 

17 
18 
17 
17 
18 

18 

18 

18 
18 



18 
17 

18 
18 
18 



18 
17 

17 

17 

18 

\^^ 

17 
18 
18 
18 

17 



18 
18 
17 
17 

17 

18 
18 
18 

>1S 



13 
18 

18 
17 
17 



1025 

1457 

1314 
1111 

188 
427 

1414 
807 
807 

1111 



S29 



1243 

1204 

428 

833 

496 
1084 

240 
1069 

1428 

367 

1481 

1192 

307 

101 

1222 

473 

1025 



253 
368 

1385 
1136 

38 



1187 

1469 

60O 

27 

7513 
600 

1007 
226 

x81 
933 

1125 



1364 
422 
807 
428 

1125 
394 
60S 
833 

1364 



1299 
147 

770 
992 
283 



72 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 



Alphabetical list of paienfees — Continued. 



Xame. residence, and invention. 



FrarV. James D.. Bridgeport, Conn. 
Frary. .Tames D., Bridgeport. Conn. 
Frary, James D.. Bridgeport, Conn. 
Frary, James D., Bridgeport, Conn. 



Franta, Joseph F., assignor of one-half interest to M. Farnan: said Franta and Faman as- 
signors of one-third tfieir interest to E. ilarr, Xew York, N. T. Distender for gaiters. . . 

Franz, Therese, Berlin. Germany. Corset-clasp 

Franz. Therese, and H. Jansseri, Berlin, Prussia, Germany ; said Franz assignor to said 
Janssen. Corset-clasp " 

Franzmann, Jacob, assignor of one-half to H. Tarwig, Cincinnati, Ohio. Machine for shap- 
ing wooden shovels 

Frary. James D. (See ilcGovem. Bernard, assignor.) 

Frary, James D. (See !S^orth. Albert H., assignor.) 

Frarv. James p., Bridgeport. Conn. Pocket-cutlery 

^ ' ..- Pocket-knife.". 

Scissors 

Pocket-knife 

Carving-foi'k , 

Frasch, Herman, assignor, by mesne assignments, to J. B. ilerriam, Cleveland, Ohio. Ap- 
paratus for fractionally condensing oil-vapor 

Fraser, Alexander, Edinburgh, Scotland. Apparatus for composing types 

Eraser, Alexander, Edinburgh, Scotland. Apparatus for distribnting types 

Fraser. Alexander. Edinburgh, Scotland. Type-composing machine.^.. 

Eraser, Edwin J., San Francisco, Cal. Galvanic belt T. .« 

Fraser, Edwin J.. San Francisco, Cal. Galvanic belt 

Fraser. Harry, Xew York, X. T. Lead and crayon holder 

Eraser. Milton B.. Kome, assignor to '^'hitman i; Burrell, Little FaUs, X. T. Cheese-press. 
(Eeissne) T 

Fraser. Milton B.. Kome, assignor to Whitman &. Burrell, Little Falls, ^JT. Y. Cheese-hoop. 
(Keissue) t 

Frazer. J. A., ct al.. administrators. (See Ennis, James.) (EeisSne.) 

Frazei\ Samuel, Galena, LU. Lubricant 

Frazier, "VTalter S., Aurora, 111. Sulky 

Frazier. TValter S.. Aurora. HI. Sulky 

Fredenhagen, Adolph. St. Charles, HI." Germ-detacher for roller-mills 

FrederictT Ben.iamiu T.. et ah (See WUliams. William C, assignor.) 

Frederick, Levi W.. Indianapolis, Ind. Wbiffletree-clip , 

Fredericks, Andrew, Philadelphia, Pa. Water-tank for locomotive-tenders 

Fredericks, Christian A.. Brooklyn. X. T. Canister 

Free, Henry, Lewiston, Me. Combined door-plate and letter-receiver 

Free. Eobert. (See Prendergast and Free.) 

Freeborn, Thomas W., and Z. Chase. Xewport, E. I. Folding stand 

Freeland, William, Brooklyn. X. T. Whiffletree-hook 

Freeman, George, et al. (See Sneider, Charles, assignor.) 

Freeman, George W.. Amboy. 111. Eefrigerator. ..". 

Freeman, George W.. Eocky' Point. Cal. Chum 

Freeman. Easson. Grand Eapids. Mich. Fence-post-boring machine 

Freeman. Mary. (Sec Freeman. Simon J., assignor.) 

Freeman. Simon J., assignor to M. Freeman, Xew York, X. T. Sash-fastener 

Freeman, Wallace C. FortEeno, Ind. Ter. Stove-pipe- 

Freeman, Willi.am H. H.. INewton. Kans. Harvester-reel 

Freer, Charles S.. ct al. (See Carlisle, Henry, Jr.. assignor.) (Eeissne.) 

Freer, Charles-S. (See Eiley and Freer.) 

Freese, Francis J., assignor "to himself and W. E. Bass, Lawrence, Mass. Loom-shuttle 

Freese, John. (See Lothrop. Channcey M., assignor.) 

Freese. Peter C. Cayuga. X. Y. Vehicle-springt 

Freienmuth, WilUam, Lawrence. Kans. Millstone and spindle adjusting device 

Frelinghuysen, George G., Xewark, X. J. Horse-rake 

Frelinghuysen, George G., Xewark, X. J. Twisting attachment for mowing-machines 

Frelinghuysen. George G.. Xewark, X. J. Hay-gatherer 

Frelloehr. "Julius, and F. Mahler, San Francisc"o,"Cal. Washing-machine 

Fremaux, Eaphael, Paris, France. Centrifugal sugar machine .' 

French, Albert E., Detroit. Mich. Sash-fastener 

French. Alonzo C. (See Smith and French.) 

French. Andrew. Philadelphia, Pa. Holler-skate 

French, Andrew J., Kittery, Me. Fountain-brush. 

Frenclv. Charles L.. Brooklyn, X. Y. 

French. Charles L., Brooklyn. X. Y. 

French. Charles L.. Xew York. X. Y. 

French. Charles L.. Brooklvn. X. Y. 

French. Evelvn F., Xew York. X. Y. 



Xo. 



Date. 



231,700 
224.413 



227,513 
235,352 



225,339 
22fi,994 
227.514 
227,75fi 

22$,SS4 

231,420 
224,166 
224.167 
226.297 
224,414 
235,224 
223, 49S 

3,22S 

9,375 

233,497 
233,744 
233.745 
234,122 

225,924 
232,020 

225,818 
231,031 

229,600 
224,673 

223,499 
229,599 
227,757 

229,995 
■>28,SS3 
22,^360 



233,925 

227,512 
231,032 
231,787 

231,788 

231,959 
226,909 

224,074 

228,523 



Transmitting rotary motion 

Device for transmitting rotary motion 

Eowing-wagon T 

Driving mechanism for sewing-machines 

Artists board 

French, Evelyn F., and M. C. Jeflers. Xew York. X. Y. Sound-deadening attachiaent for 

rail way - cars 

French, George X.. Grafton, Yt. Yehicle-spring 

French, Peter W.. et al. (See Brock and Woodward, assignors.) 

French, Samuel L.. Ligonier, Pa. Attacliment for force-pumps 

French. Stephen, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Gold Medal Sewing Machine Companv, 

Orange. Mass. Sewing-machine. (Eeissiie).. 7 '... 

French", Stephen H.. and W. J. Maltby, Belle Plain, Tex. Yehicle-wheel 

French. Theodore L., et al. (See Adaius, Henry A., assignor.) (Eeissne.) 

French, William. Xew York, X. Y. Kiln for burning pottery-ware and other articles 

French, William J.. Carencro. La. Xut-lock ."". 

French. William W.. Stockbridge. M.ass., assignor to himself, E. W. Peck, and C. B. Scud- 

der. Thill - couplins 7 

Frcntress. Henry X.. 'East Dubuque. 111. Kevolving-body chnm 

Frcrk, John H. " (See Pase. Levi H., assignor.) 

Frese. Bernard, Chicago.lll. EoUer-abstracter for watches. (Eeissne) 

Frennd. Frank W. and G., Chevenne. Wvo. Ter. Sight for lire-arms 

Freund, George. (See Frennd," Frank W. and G.) 

Frey, James H., Xew York, X. Y. Carriage-painter's stand 

Friebertshauser. August, Beaver Falls, Pa. ' Clasp-knife 

Fried. George W.. assignor of one-half to J. J. Sterner, Allentown, Pa. ThiU-conpling 

Fried. Lazarus. (See Prahl. Charles, assignor.) 

Fried. Lazarus, Xew York, X. Y. Toy watch and clock 

Friedberger, Henry. (See Stone, George F.. assignor.) 



225,361 
230.120 
224. 16S 
224,169 
224,415 
227,513 
229,244 

234,265 
225,925 

233,667 

9,450 
233,498 

233,230 
234,766 

227,237 
227,239 

9.467 
229,245 

225,920 
226,910 
236,014 

227,510 



Monthly 
volume. 






Ang. 31 
Feb. 10 

May 11 

Dec. 14 



Mar. 9 
Apr. 27 
Mat 11 
May IS 
June 15 

Aug. 24 

Feb. 3 

Feb. 3 

Apr. 6 

Feb. 10 

Dec. 7 

Jan. 13 

June 1 

Sept. 14 

Oct. 19 
Oct. 26 
Oct. 26 
Xov. 9 

Mar. 30 
Sept. 7 
Mar. 23 
Aug. 10 

Julv 
Eel). 17 

Jan. 13 
Julv 6 
May 18 

July 13 
Julie 15 
Mar. 9 



Xov. 2 

Mav 11 
Aug. 10 
Ang. 31 

Aug. 31 

Sept. 7 
Apr. 27 

Feb. 17 

June 8 

Mar. 9 
July 20 
Feb". 3 
Feb. 3 
Feb. 10 
Mav 11 
June 29 

Xov. 9 
Mar. 30 

Oct. 26 

Xov. 9 
Oct. 19 

Oct. 12 
Xov. 23 



May 
May 



Xov. 16 
June 29 

Mar. 30 
Apr. 27 
Dec. 28 

May 11 



1283 
507 

492 

363 



451 

1016 

493 

77S 
899 

952 
220 
222 
172 
508 
200 
300 

308 

534 

874 

1178 

1179 

367 

1130 
174 
999 
507 

107 
817 

361 
106 
779 

567 
898 
452 



360 
145 



141 
100 



132 

282 
141 
220 
245 

269 

03,64 

04,65 

50 

146 

54 

96 

66 

148 



328 
328 
101 

321 
46 

287 
143 

29 
231 

96 

28, 2D 

220 

157 
245 
132 



110 

491 

507 
1382 

1384 

108 
912 

818 

435 I 

453 I 
720 1 

226 i 

227 I 
509 I 
493 1 

1302 

541 
1130 

1097 

6n 

875 

533 
1175 

178 
179 

1027 
1302 

1131 

914 

1188 

494 



30 

141 

li3 

390 

C390 

^391 

27 

254 

5231 

^232 

119 

132 
202 
66 
66 
146 
142 
359 

147 
323 

305 

183 
242 

148 
317 

52 

52 

275 
300 

322 
254 
329 

142 



Official 
Gazette. 



17 
17 

17 
17 
17 

18 
17 
17 
17 

17 
18 
17 

17 

18 

18 
18 
18 
18 

17 

18 
17 

18 

18 
17 

17 
18 
17 

18 
17 
17 



18 

17 
18 
IS 

|18 

18 
17 

\- 
17 



17 
18 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 

18 
1" 

18 

18 

18 

18 
18 

17 
17 

18 
17 

17 
17 

18 



4iO 
30G 

ICTO 

1349 



545 

946 

1070 

1125 

1382 

422 
240 
240 
777 
306 
1314 
76 

1276 

C21 

897- 

958 

958 

1054 

692 
553 
657 
336 

25 
363 

77 

24 

1125 

102 

13S2 

545 



1005 

1070 
336 
496 

496 

541 
930 

363 

1305 

545 
136 
241 

241 

306 

1070 

1457 

1085 
693 

944 

1106 
897 

833 
1204 

1006 
1007 

1174 
1457 

692 

930 

1502 

1070 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 18S0. 
AJpliabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



73 



Name, residence, and invention. 



FriedeborE, Caarles, Clare, Mich. Domestic boiler 

Friedmami. Ernestine. (See Birctenstadt, Henry, assignor.) 
Friedrich, Hugo E. (See "Wagner and Priedrich.) 

Friedrick. Alphonse. Brooklyn, IST. T. TVindo-sr-sasli 

Frik, Louis, Philadelphia, Pa. Oscillating printing-press 



Frings, Gerhard, and K. ilidler. Berlin, Prussia, Germany. Vacuum pumping apparatus.. 
Frisbie, Dennis, assignor to himself, S. H. Baruum, and C. F. Eoot, I^few Haven, Conn. 



ElCTator . 



Frisbie, Edgar G.. assignor to himself and H. "W. "Walldorf, Monroe, Mich. Stock-car 

Prison, .Joseph, Hermon, X. T. Side.bar Tvagon 

Fritsch, Call E., St. Louis, Mo. Awning 

Fritz, Charles E., Oneonta, !N". T. Magnetic grain-separator .-. 

Fritz, Charles E., Oneonta, X. T. Jlagnetic grain-separator. (Eeissue) 

Fritz, Charles E., Oneonta, X. T. Magnetic separating apparatus 

Fritzner, Xicolay, Berlin, Prussia, Germany. Bottle-stopper 

Fritzner, Xicolay, Berlin, Prussia, Germany. Bottle-stopper ■ 

Frizell. Joseph JP., Boston, Mass. Itaising Vater 

Froelicb, John, Eeulah, Iowa. Stock-car 

Froli, George, assignor to J. Spear, Philadelpliia, Pa. Stove-grate. (Eeissrie) , 

Fromcntin.'Edouaf d, Paris, France. Steam-boiler-feeding apparatus 

Fronim. Albert F., Canton, Ohio. Plow attachment 

Frost, Charles V., Philadelphia, Pa. Building-block 

Frost &. Co., George. (See Eastman, Joseph H., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Frost, George, et cil. (See Gray, Kobert W., assignor.) 

Frost, George, et al. (See "Wardwell, William S., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Frost, George A., et al. (See Gray, Eobert W., assignor.) 

Frost, George A., et al. (See "Wardwell. William S., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Frost, John B., iSTaperville, HI. Grain-sampler 

Frost. Mahlon S., Philadelphia, Pa. Process and apparatus for manufacturing gas 

Frost. Stiles. (See Healey, Joseph S., assignor.) 

Fme, William B., and W.' McDermott, Detroit. Mich. Manufacture of flexible belting 

Friis, Xils, Hoboken, X. J., and G. X. Fenn, Xew York, X. T. Theft-detecter 

Fry, Charles H., Jr., assignor of three-fourths to C. S. S. Baron, J. M. Marring, and J. B. 

McC^ormick, Bellaire, Ohio. Lantern 

Fry, George A., Defiance, Iowa. Grain-meter 

Fry, Stephen D., Attica, Ind. End-gate for wagons 

Fry, Stephen D.. Attica, Ind. Sturap-estractor ^ 

Fryer, James. (See Mc Avoy, Hugh L., assignor.) 

Fryer, John 0., Lowell, Mass. Suspender-strap webbing 

Fryer, Eobert M., San Francisco, Cal. Buoyant propeller-ship 

Fiyer, William J. (See Lally, Michael, assignor.) 

Fryer, William J., Jr., New York, N. Y. Foot-scraper 

Fryer, William J., Jr., New York, N. Y. Iron column 

Fryer, William J., Jr., New York, N. Y. Joint for cement illuminating-tiles for roofs and 

pavements 

Fryer, William J., Jr., New York, N. Y. Fastening for iron shutters 

Fryer, William J., Jr., New York, N. Y. Arch-girder 

Fryer, William J., Jr., New York, N. Y. Hltiminating-tile for roofs and pavements , 

Ftidickar, Gustavus A., Cincinnati, Ohio. Substitute for hard rubber 

Fugate. Thomas, Cincinnati, Ohio. Composition roof 

Fuidner, Albert, St. Lotiis, Mo. Beer-bung 

Fulghnm, Jesse P., assignor to himself and Wayne Agricultural Company, Eichmond, Ind. 

Grain-drill. (Eeissue) 

Fuller, Abbott F., et al. (See Shinn, John, assignor.) 

Fuller. Arthur. (See Johnson, Joseph B., assimor.) (Reissue.) 

Fuller Electrical Company. (See Fuller and Mackintosh, assignors.) 

Fuller Electrical Company. (See Keith, Nathaniel S., assignor.) 

Fuller Electrical (Company. (See Moflfatt, Eichard E., assignor.) 

Fuller Electrical Company. (See Wood, James J., assignor.) 

Fuller, Franklin P., Mount Temon, Ohio, assignor of "one-half interest to S. D. Eoberts. 



Harrow. 



Fuller, George W., New York, and E. D. Mackintosh, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignors to Fuller 

Electrical Company. Electric lamp 

Fuller, Henry, Franklin, Ohio. Fireescape 

Fuller, Henry W., Seneca, Kans. Harness-buckle '- 

Fuller, .Joseph K. (See Hunter, William S., assisnor.) 

Fuller, Levi K., assignor to J. Estey & Co., Brattleborough, Vt. Organ-bellows 

Fuller, Levi K., Brattleborough, Tf . Electro-magnet 

Fuller, Samuel A., Jr., Derryj^N. H. Hub-attaching device 

Fuller, Samuel S. (See Keanc, William, assignor.) 
Fuller, Thomas E. (See Wells. Henrv M., assignor.) 
Fnllerton. William J. (See O'Donel, Irwin M., assignor.) 

Fulton, Albert K., Baltimore, Md. Spacing and dividing instrument 

Fulton, Calvin, deceased, assignor, by mesne assignments, to J. S. Perry and G. Sard, Jr., 

trustees, Albany, N. Y. Stove. (Reissue) 

Fulton, Charles, New York, N. Y. Manufacturing paper-pulp from pine-leaves 

Fulton, James C.. Eockport, Tex. Governor for water-elevators 

Fulton, .Joseph W., et at. (See Sargent, Calvin J., assignor.) 
Fulton, .J. W.. et al. (See Sargent, Calvin J., assignor.) 

Fulton, Louis B.. Pittsburg, Pa. Water-ejector 

Fulton, Samuel M., Pittsburg, Pa. Feed- water heater 

Fulton, William H.. deceased, J. F. Arnold, administrator, and assignor to E. J. Hale, Fos- 

crof t. Me. Tubular lantern 

Fults, John, Washington Court-Housc, Ohio. Manufacture of pottery-ware and mortar 

Funkhouser, George P. (See Enssell, John, assignor.) 

Furber, Edward G., et al. (See Lighthall, William A., assignor.) 

Furbish, Clinton, Brooklyn, N. Y. Filter-press 

Furbish, Clinton, Brooklyn, N. Y. Manufaoturiu" glucose 

Furbish, Isaiah M., Augusta, Me., assignor to W. H. Johnson, Melrose, Mass. Mechanical 

musical instrument 

Furbush, MerriU A., Philadelphia, Pa., and B. F. Meyer, Camden, N. J., assignors to said 

Fnrbush. Machine for miffing drop-boxes for looms 



No. 



2-.2g,339 

224,675 
229,114 

232,638 

224,416 
227,7.54 
226,298 
231,033 
223,901 

9,229 
232,956 
223,283 
229,815 
233,499 
232,256 

9,463 
225,005 
226,657 
228,052 



230,121 
226,397 

226,843 
23.3,743 

234,767 
226,511 
224,417 

227,238 

230,122 
233,086 

224,774 
224,775 

230,931 
230,932 
230,933 
235,677 
226,844 
223,671 
225,515 

9,341 



Date. 



226,448 

229,246 
226,449 
227,759 

228,053 
232,398 
225,819 



235,225 

9,252 
224,170 

228,524 



231,789 
232,342 

230,391 
224,895 



22.3,333 
220,398 

233,147 

229,115 



Monthly 
volume. 






.June 


1 


Feb. 


17 


June 


22 


Sept 


28 


Feb. 


10 


Mav 


18 


Apr. 


6 


Aug 


10 


Jan. 


27 


June 


1 


Oct. 


5 


Jan. 


6 


July 


13 


Oct. 


19 


Sept. 


14 


Nov. 


16 


Mar. 


o 


Apr. 


20 


May 


25 


July 


20 


Apr. 


13 


Apr. 


27 


Oct. 


26 


Nov. 


23 


Apr. 


13 


Feb. 


10 


May^ 
July 


4 


20 


Oct. 


12 


Feb. 


24 


Feb. 


24 


Aug. 


10 


Ang. 


10 


Aug. 


10 


Dec. 


21 


Apr. 


27 


Jan. 


20 


Mar. 


16 


Aug. 


10 


Apr. 


13 


June 29 


Apr. 


13 


May 


18 


May 


25 


Sept. 


21 


Mar. 


23 


Dec. 


7 


June 15 1 


Feb. 


3 


June 


8 


Aug. 


31 


Sept. 


21 


July 


27 


Feb. 


24 


Jan. 


6 


Apr. 


13 


Oct. 


12 


June 22 



207 



819 
1164 

918 



58 



232 

319 

(252 

1253 



Official 
Gazette. 



511 


146 


776 


219 


173 


50 


509 


143 


845 


226 


310 


87 


191 


51 


92 


Zi 


365 


101 


875 


242 


458 


126 


1023 


274 


25 


7,8 


616 


172 


1132 


322 


721 


202 


284 


84 


832 


231 


1177 


327 


1176 


317 


432 


121 


513 


146 


179 


52 


722 


202 


356 


97,98 


951 


271 


952 


271 


394 


114 


3J5 


114 


396 


114 


760 


216 


833 




570 


153 


638 


186 


627 


177 


350 


100 


1303 


360 


351 


100 


781 


820 


1133 


322 


630 


176 


1000 


287 


202 


55 . 


995 


270 


228 




430 


119 


1387 


391 


565 


156 


1077 


303 


1090 




149 


38 


286 




437 


120 


1160 


319 



.17 



18 



18 



18 


136 


17 


807 


17 


917 


18 


958 


18 


1204 


17 


830 


17 


307 


17 


1007 


18 


136 


18 


803 


17 


406 


17 


406 


18 


319 


18 


319 


18 


319 


18 


1423 


17 


917 


17 


120 


17 


586 



P4 



1260 



369 
1429 

698 



307 

1125 
777 
330 
174 

1276 

769 

18 

70 

897 

008 

1173 
401 
870 

1193 



356 



817 

1457 

817 

1125 

1193 
644 
657 



1314 



17 
17 
17 


1396 

241 

1305 


18 
18 


497 
632 


18 
17 


198 

428 


17 
17 


27 
808 


18 


817 


17 


142!) 



74 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Kame, residence, and invention. 



Furlong, Thomas T., Cliicago, 111. Bridle-bit 

runiian, Samnol M., Henderson, Ky. Hitching-post 

Piirnoy, Elliott E., assignor of one-half interest to D. L. Sladmoro and C. C. Harris, St. 

Loui-s, Mo. Hatchway 

rui-ncy, Elliott E., St. Louis, Mo. Apparatus for checking the waste of water 

Eu.stou, Henderson T., and "W. G. Cummins, McMinnville, Tenn. Horse-detacher 

Eyfe, Alexander M., assignor to G-lohe Woolen Company, TJtica, N. T. Textile fabric 

Gaar, Abram, Eichmond, Ind., assignor to Gaar, Scott & Co. Portable engine 

Gaar, Scott & Co. (See Gaar, Abram, assignor.) 

Gabel, Alfred N., Sr., EidgoviUe, HI. FertUizer-distributing attachment for planters 

Gable, John H., assignor to himself and K. Jones, Shamok in, Pa. Pipe-cleaner 

Gadsden, Henry A. (See Brook, Edward, assignor.) 

Gaff, Gent & Thomas. (See Gent, Joseph F., assignor.) 

Gage, Charles M., Nashua, N. H. Machine for the manufacture of card and collar board. . . 

Gage, Eli C, Whitehall, Wis., assignor to himself and D. Bannerman, Menominee, Mich. 

Grain and cockle separator 

Gage, Hiram J., L. Egleston, and G. J. Spaulding, Kalamazoo, Mich. Machine for making 

harrow-teeth 

Gage, James P., Traer, Iowa. HaiTOw 

Gaheart, Charles EI. (See Thurston, Adnah, assignor.) 

Gail, Daniel H., assignor of two-thirds interest to S. McNeill and E. S. McEntire, Builing- 

' ton, Iowa. Machine for forming conical wire springs 

Gail, Harry S., assignor to himself and G. Ejrk, Waukegan, HI. Well-boring apparatus 

Gaillard, Edwin S. (See Johnson, William F., assignor.) 

Gaines, George B., Mount Vernon, assignor to himself and J. E. Landers, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Hominy-mUl 

Galbraith, Eobert, Green Island, assignor to N. S. Vedder Pattern Works, Troy, 'N. Y. 

Eeservoir cook-stove 

Galbraith, William A., Flint, Mich. Carriage-pole 

Gale, Frank E. (See Hanrahan, Edward, assignor.) 

Gale, George, Stanstead, Quebec, Canada. Machine for coiling wire 

Gale, Herbert K., and W. L. Wright, Bristol, Conn. Band-saw connection 

Gale, Horatio, Albion, Mich. Spring-tooth harrow 

Gale Manufacturing Company. (See Elmer, Charles H., assignor.) 

Gale, Moses F., Brooklyn, N. T. Water-closet 



Gallagher, Eichard D., and C.Douglas, Detroit, Mich.; said Gallagher assignor to said 
Douglas. Broom 

Gallaher, Elizabeth, Bradford) Pa. Steam-cooker 

Galland, Abraham. See Elirkup, Lancelot, assignor.) 

(Jallatin, Albert. (See Alderson and Loftus. assignors.) 

Galloway, Charles J., and J. H. Beckwith, Manchester, England. Friction-clutch 

(3^alloway, Frank B., Farm Eidge, III. Car -mover 

Galloway, Thomas, and J. Larsen, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, assignors to W. H. Field, Port 
Chester, N. T. Horse hay-rake 

Gallup, Elisha. (See Foster, Francis M., assignor.) 

Galvin, Joseph D., et al. (See Glover, William H., assignor.) 

Gamble, John. (See Fisher and Gamble.) 

GamewellFiro Alarm Telegraph Company of New York. (See Gardiner, James M., assignor.) 

Gammill, George AT., assignor of one-half interest to J. W. and K. B. Alford, La Fayette, 
Ala. Plow 1 

Gammon, George F., Jr., et al. (See Patterson and Hale, assignors.) 

Gandolfo, Emanuel. (See EaiBnetti, Austin, and Gandolfo.) 

Gaudy, Alonzo. (See Wilson, Gandy, and Shugert.) 

Gandy, Alonzo, and J. E. Shugert, Freeport, Ohio. Hub for vehicle-wheels , 

Gandy, Maurice. (See Brittain and King, assignors.) 

Gandy, Maurice, Liverpool, Great Britain. Cotton belting and process of manufacture 

Gannon, Thomas, Jersey City, N. J. Cooling water for evaporating and distilling apparatus. . 

Gano, John A., et al. (See Fisher, WiUiam M., assignor.) 

Ganster, George P., Eeading, Pa. Street-lamp 

Ganster. George P., Eeading, Pa. Combined clock- winding and gas-cock mechanism 

Gants, William H. (See Milne and Gants.) 

(Jantzhorn. Carl, New York, N. Y. Stop-watch 

Garatt, John F., Spencer, N. Y. Windmill 

(Jardam, Frederick W., et al. (See Gardam, Joseph, assignor.) 

Gardara, Joseph, assignor of two-thirds to W. and JF. W. Gardam, Brooklyn, N. Y. Dip- 
ping-needle 

Gardam, William, et al. (See Gardam, Joseph, assignor.) 

Gardiner, James H., Worcester, Mass., assignor to C. D. Bigelow, Brooklyn, N. Y. Machine 
for inserting screws in boots and shoes 

Gardiner. .Tames M., Hackensack, N. J., assignor to Gamewell Fire Alarm Telegraph Com- 
pany of New York. Fire-alarra-telegraph signal-box 

Gardiner, James M.. Hackensack, N. J. Electric fire-alarm signal-box 

Gardner, Christian E., Orangeburg, S. C. Seed-planter and fertilizer-distributer 

Gardner, Frederick, Bryswater, England. Pendulum-berth 

Gardner, Frederick A., assignor of one-half interest to E. Dunbar & Son, Buffalo, N. Y. ? 
Tiiple-cylinder engine J 

Gardner, Frederick A., assignor of one-half interest to E. Dunbar & Son, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Steam-generator 

Gardner, Frederick A ., assignor to himself and E. Dunbar & Son, Buffalo, N. Y. Coffee or 
rice mill 



Gardner, George, Westfield, N. J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 0. L., W., and J. E. 

Gardner. Chair-seat. (Eeissue) 

Gardner, George, Westfield, N. J. Boring-machine. (Eeissue) 

Gardner, George D., and S. D. Eandall, Warren, Ohio. Flour-bolt 

Gardner, James S. (See Firmbach, John, assignor.) 

Gardner, Jane E., ct. al. (See Gardner, George, assignor. (Eeissue.) 

Gardner, John, assignor to Winchester Eepeating Arms Company, New Haven, Conn. 

Cartridge . . 

Gardner, John, assignor to Winchester Eepeating Arms Company, New. Haven, Conn. 

Primer for cartridges '. ..'.". ... '.'.'.': 

Gardner, Oliver L., et al. (See Gardner, George, assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Gardner, Pliny F., Hill's Ferry. Cal. Tap and faucet. 

Gardner, Eio, Westerly, E. I, Propeller 



No. 



225,751 
224,083 



223,284 Jan 



Date. 



232,483 
229,llfi 
227,241 
235,077 

229,394 
226,740 



234,266 

234,958 

224,526 
223,334 



228,624 
229,996 



233,341 

228,454 
224,171 

230,123 
230,934 
228,054 



225,302 

232,958 
232,701 



226,302 
235,759 

229,530 



228,885 



234,020 

228,186 
226,300 

227,760 
234,557 

234,768 
234,975 



234.110 



226,303 

225,588 
232,343 
236,015 
225,006 

226,055 

230,124 

234,019 

9,094 

9,114 

220,301 



226,107 

230,412 

233,668 
234,267 



Mar. 23 
Feb. 3 



Sept. 21 
June 22 
May 4 
Dec. 7 

June 29 
Apr. 20 



Nov. 9 

Nov. 30 

Feb. 17 
Jan. 6 



June 8 
July 13 

Oct. 19 

June 8 
Feb. 3 

July 20 
Aug. 10 
May 25 

Mar. 9 

Oct. 5 
Sept. 28 



Apr. 6 
Dec. 21 

July 6 



June 15 



Nov. 2 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



p. 

03 



924 
132 

93 

740 

1168 

181 

19 

1490 

704 



541 

1425 

642 
150 



501 

568 



091 

346 

229 

723 

397 

1134 

454 

197 

990 



177 
860 



28 



899 



243 



June 
Apr. 


1 

6 


27 
175 


May 
Nov. 


18 
16 


781 
905 


Nov. 

Nov. 


23 
30 


1178 
1447 


Nov. 


2 


339 


Apr. 


6 


178 


Mar. 
Sept. 
Deo. 
Mar. 


16 

21 

28 

2 


716 

567 

1189 

28 


Mar. 


30 


1392 


July 


20 


724 


Nov. 


o 


242 


Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 


24 
9 
6 


1178 
561 
176 


Apr. 


6 


22 


July 


27 


1099 


Oct. 
Nov. 


26 
9 


1098 
542 



267 
38 

23 
205 
320 

53 
5 

410 
195 



148 
383 



184 
38 



149 
157 



189 

95 
60 

202 
115 
323 

032 
il33 

51 

272 



51,52 
240 



246 



9,10 
51 

221 
243 

317 
389 



93 



52 

211 

156 

329 

8 

5 364 

5 365 

203 

66 

337 

162 

51 



6 
309 



305 

148 



17 

17 

17 
18 
17 
17 
18 

17 

17 



18 

18 

17 
17 



17 
18 



18 

17 
17 

18 
18 
17 



}17 

18 
18 



17 

18 



18 



17 



18 

17 

17 

17 
18 

18 
18 



18 



17 

17 
18 
18 
17 

■17 



18 

18 

17 
17 
17 



17 

18 

18 

18 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



75 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Gardner, Robert H. (See Eobinson, Edgar, assignor.) 

Gardner, Kobert J., assignor of one-third interest to "W. L. Lutnor and J. Hook, Eockdale, 
Tes. Drag-sawing machine 

Gardner, "William, ct a?. (See Gardner, George, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Gardner. William, and E. G. Parkhurst, assignors to Pratt & Whitney Company, Hartford, ? 
Conn. Cartridge-feeder for maohine-CTuns 5 

Gareis, Anton, Pola, Anstria. Mariners compass 

Garland, Howard P., West Berkeley, assignor of one-third interest to A. J. Gove, San Fran- 
cisco, Gal. Wooden bos 

Garland, William W., Henderson Station, Tenn. Horse-power 

Garlick, Charles, Syracuse; -N. T. Shutter-fastener 

Garmire. Monroe, Three Rivers, assignor of two-thirds interest to D. Gerber & Sons, Fre- 
mont, Mich. Feed-steamer 

Garnett, Walter, and T. Smith, Halifax, England. Apparatus for preventing waste in 
spinning 

Garoutte.^William B.. Republic, Mo. Cotton and seed planting machine 

Garratt, William T., San Francisco, Cal. Uniting the two halves of cylinders 

Garratt, William T. (See Stockman, John M., assignor.) 

Garretson, Oliver S., Buffalo, 'N.Y. Extension-table sUde 

Garretson, W. C, Elnoxville, Iowa, and E. Draper, assignors, by mesne assignment, to H. 
Wickham, Jr., Chicago, 111. Branding-stamp. (Reissue) 

G.arrett, Joseph E., Davenport, Iowa. Gate 

Garrett, Robert, et al. (See Hadden, William, assignor.) 

Garrett, Samuel L. (See Waitt, George L., assignor.) 

Garrett, Samuel L. P., Lewisburg, Tenn. Ra)lwaj;-gate 

Garrett, Sylvester, Philadelphia, Pa. Paper-fringing machine 

Garrett, Sylvester, Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for fringing paper 

Garrigus, Culberson S., Winchester, assignor of one-half interest to J. Purcell, Frederick 
County, Va. Combination-tool 

Garrigus, Culberson S., assignor of one-half interest to J. Purcell, Winchester, Va. Com- 
bination-tool 

Garrigus. Lewis, assignor of one-half interest to R. Berry, Waterville, Conn. Lock- washer 
for nuts 

Garrison, Mancelia I., deceased, New York, N. Y., (M. F. Garrison, administratrix.) Valve 
for oscillating engines 

Garrison. Mary F., administratrix. (See Garrison, Mancelia I.) 

Garsed, Robert P., Norristown, Pa. Automatic railway-switch 

Garsed, Robert P.. Norristown, Pa. Mechanical movement 

Garside, IradL., Paterson, N. J. Sleeve-button 

Garver, Alfred R. (See Hemenway, Haney, assignor.) 

Garver, David L., Hart, Mich., assignor to D. C. & H. C. Reed & Co. Harrow. (Reissue) . . 

Garvey, Walter J., St. Louis, Mo. Lathing and plastering 

Gaskill, EdsonM.. Edenton, Ohio. Rocking-chair chuming-machine 

Gaskill, Harvey F., Lockport, N. T. Pump-valvo 

Gaskill, Harvey F., Lockport, N. Y., and J. G. Benton, Titusville, Pa. Oil-pump 

Gassaway, Theodore, Baltimore, Md. Manufacture of starch 

Gassett, Oscar, and I. Fisher, Boston, Mass. Connector for electric track-circuits 

Gassett, Oscar, Baeton, Mass. Electric railway-signal apparatus 

Gassett, Oscar, Boston, Mass. Electric signal" for railwavs 

Gassett, Oscar, and I. Fisher, Boston, Mass., assignors to "Union Electric Signal Company. 
Circuit-controlling apparatus for railway-switch signals 

Gassett, Oscar, and I. JFisher, Boston, Mass., assignors to Union Electric Signal Company. ) 
Railway signal apparatus 5 

Gassett, Oscar, Boston, Mass. Electric railway-signaling apparatus 

Gassett, Oscar, Boston, Mass., assignor to Union Electric Signal Company. Electrical sig- 
nal apparatus for railways 

Gastaru, Victor, assignor to himself and W. H. McXeill, JTew York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
obtaining fat from animal substances 

Gaston, George H., and M. Campbell, Fowlervillc, Mich. Motor for operating pumps 

Gaston, K. A., et al. (See Real, John, assignor.) 

Gates, Charles. Cleveland, Ohio. Lawn-mower 

Gates. Georjje W., and B. F. Potter, Grand Rapids, Mich., assignors of one-half interest to 
C. B. .Tudd. Carpet-sweeper 

Gates, George W., assignor of three-fourths to C. B. Judd and B. F. Potter, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. Carpet-sweeper 

■Gates, John, Portland, Oreg. Steam or hydraulic steering apparatus 

Gates, John, Portland, Oreg. Steam or hydraulic steering apparatus. (Reissue) 

Gates, John. Portland, Oreg. Steering-lever 

Gates, William H., Philadelphia, Pa. Flexible shaft and sheath 

Gathmann, Louis, Chicago, 111. Brush grain-cleaner 

Gathmann, Louis, Chicago, HI. Apparatus for scouring and cleaning grain 

Gathmann, Louis, Chicago, HI. Bran-cleaner 

Gathmann. Louis, Chicago, HI. Bolting apparatus for flour-mills 

Gathright, .Tosiah B., assignor to himself, J. J. Harbison, and 0. Gathright, Jr., Louisville, 

Ky. Mail-bag 

Gathright, Owen, .Jr., et al. (See Gathright, Josiah B., assignor.) 

Gatrell. Ducket W., AVest Union, W. Va. Combined boot-jack and stand 

■Gatto, Domenico. (See Barnes, John H., assignor.) 

Gault, J.ames W., and W. A. Forman, Murphysville, Ky. Tobacco-elevator 

Gavitt, .James A., Dayton, Wash. Ter. Harness-buckle 

Gawler, George A., Columbus, Ohio. Fire-alarm-telegraph box 

Gay, Ebenezcr R., Dubuque, Iowa. Relishing-machino 

Gaylord. Edward L., Bridgeport, Conn. Machine for drawing and cutting ovals 

Gaylord, Robert F., Hartford, Conn. Erasive tablet 

Gear, AIouzo S., New York, N. Y. Branding-stamp 

Gear, Alonzo S., New York, N. Y. Branding-stamp 

Gear, Alonzo S., New York, N. Y. Belt for transmitting power 

Gear, AIouzo S., New York, N. Y. Pyro-cancoling device 

Gear, Alonzo S., Now York, N. Y. PjTO-canceling device 

■Gear, Giles F., Cleveland, Ohio. Car-axle box 



No. 


Date. 


Monthly 
volume". 


Official 
Gazette. 




R 


i 




230,766 


Aug. 3 


193 


56 


18 


278 


235,627 


Dec. 21 


708 


C200 
^201 

298 


|18 


1414 


227 972 


May 25 


1047 


17 


1179 


232,887 
232,484 
225,470 


Oct. 5 
Sept. 21 
Mar. 16 


113 

742 
586\ 


30 
206 
170 


18 
18 
17 


750 
661 

573 


227,973 


May 25 


1048 


298 


17 


1179 


232,021 
224,418 
230,413 


Sept. 7 
Feb. 10 
July 27 


175 

513 

1100 


46 
147 
309 


18 
17 
18 


553 

307 
201 


229,037 


June 22 


1080 


295 


17 


1417 


9,311 
230,542 


July 20 
July 27 


1047 
1249 


296 
352 


18 
18 


1S7 
227 


226,299 
228,750 


Apr. 6 
June 15 


174 
734 


50 

202 


17 

17 


777 
1359 


234,399 


Nov. 10 


717 


5 193 

J 194 


jl8 


1123 


225,587 


Mar. 16 


715 


211 


17 


601 


233,342 


Oct. 19 


693 


190 


18 


867 


^29,601 


July 6 


108 


29 


18 


25 


235,864 


Dec. 28 


1005 


278 


18 


1472 


234,178 
235,628 
230,473 


Nov. 9 
Dec. 21 
July 27 


433 

709 
1178 


117 
201 
332 


18 
18 
18 


1066 

1414 

214 


9,148 
226,056 
233,500 
229,881 
233,231 
235,053 
227,102 
228,187 
228,455 


Apr. 13 
Mar. 30 
Oct. 19 
July 13 
Oct. 12 
Nov. 30 
May 4 
June 1 
June 8 


509 

1293 

876 

439 

534 

1537 

14 

29 

349 


143 
365 
242 
121 
149 

4 

10,11 

96 


17 

18 
18 
18 
18 
17 
17 
17 


842 

718 

897 

82 

833 

1271 

980 

1232 

1292 


232,344 


Sept. 21 


569 


157 


18 


C33 


233,612 


Oct. 26 


1029 


(286 
^287 


(18 


933 


233,746 


Oct. 26 


1181 


328 


18 


959 


234,707 


Nov. 23 


1108 


298 


18 


1194 


231,555 
230,474 


Aug. 24 
July 27 


1103 
1179 


309 
332 


18 
18 


445 
215 


227,162 


May 4 


89 


2* 


17 


992 


226,512 


Apr. 13 


433 


121 


17 


830 


234,021 

223,804 


Nov. 2 
Jan. 27 


244 
730 


66 
197 


18 

17 


1026 
157 


9,200 


May 18 


902 


(257 
i258 


\^' 


1146 


229,880 
225,516 
227,890 

227,891 


July 13 
Mar. 16 
May 25 

May 25 


438 
638 
947 

949 


120 

186 

271 

(271 

^272 


18 
17 
17 

(17 


81 

586 

1164 

1164 


228,340 
228,751 


June 1 
June 15 


207 
735 


58 
(202 
i 203 


17 

1- 


1260 
1359 


235,760 


Dec. 21 


860 


240 


18 


1439 


235,054 


Nov. 30 


1538 


414 


18 


1271 


224,172 
231,304 
232,702 
223,500 
234,268 
230,700 
223,902 
223,903 
227,163 
227,423 

227,424 


Feb. 3 
Aug. 17 
Sept. 28 
Jan. 13 
Nov. n 
Aug. 3 
Jan. 27 
Jan. 27 
May 4 
May 11 

May 11 


230 
822 
991 
361 
543 
121 
850 
853 
90 
388 

390 


66 
231 

273 
96 

148 
35 

220 

227 
24 

114 
(114 
)115 


17 

18 
18 
17 
18 
18 
17 
17 
17 
17 


241 
394 

'710 
77 

1085 
266 
175 
175 
992 

1052 

1052 


232,811 


Oct. 5 


17 


5 


18 


741 



76 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphahetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Ko. 



Gear, Samxiel^W., Camtridgeport. assignor to Dover Stafflping Company, Boston, Mass. 

Machine for lending sheet-metal tubes 

Gearon, John, Beloit, Iowa. Scythe-snath 

Goaron, John, Beloit, Iowa. Tool-handle 

Geddes, James "W"., Baltimore, Md. Heating and ventilating apparatus 

Geddes, James W., Baltimore, Md. Skylight 

Gee, Cornelius C. (See Dennen, Du Bois, Gee, and Pettigrove.) 

Gee, John H., assignor of one-half interest to J. H. Van Valen, Cortland Village, N. T. 

Shears for cutting metal 

Gehr, John, Clear Spring, assignor of two-thirds interest to P. J. Sowers and 0. T. B. Wol- 

ford, Washin^on County, Md. Churn 

Gehrig, Joseph K. (See Prinz, ITaustin, assignor.) 

Gehrt7 Albert A., Quincy, HI., assignor to P. JK. Dederick, Albany, N. T. Baling-press - - - 

Geier, Charles J. (See Lincoln, Elisha "W., assignor.) 

Geiger, Cornelius, Tarborough, Ga. Grain-rick frame 

Geiger, Jacob, Bucyrus, Ohio. Bail and rim bending machine 

Geiger, Jacob, Bucyrus, Ohio. Machine for forming eyes on wire, bails 

Geiser, Daniel, Waynesborough, Pa. Grain and seed separator 



Geiser, Daniel, Waynesborough, Pa. Thrashing-machine 

Geisinger, John, assignor of one-half interest to P. D. Harton, Philadelphia, Pa. 
coupling. 



Shaft- 



Gelatt, Wallace W. (See Keatin^Clarke, and Gelatt.) 
Geldreich, Joseph, assignor to G. Doerr, Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Dies for forming watch-case i 



centers . 



GeUetly, James F., Baltimore, Md. Pump 

Gelvin, John, assignor of one-half to W. M. Dight, Mercer, Pa. Machine for upsetting 



Gemmell, Alexander, and A. Boyd, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Boot and shoe 

Gemmill, Joseph S. (See Hummer and Gemmill.) 

(jrenoways, Clinton L., Schell City, Mo, Tire-tightener 

Gent, Joseph F., assignor to himself. Gaff, Gent & Thomas, Columbus, Ohio. Prepared 



cereal 



Gentil, Constant, St. Louis, Mo. Br.ake for railway-cars 

Geoghegan, James J., "Westerly, E. I. Retracting device for the picker-sticks of looms- . - 

Geoghegan, Samuel, Dublin, Ireland. Driving mechanism for street-locomotives, &o 

George,"Jacob, Xorth Liberty, Iowa. Fertilizer and manure distributer 

George, W. G., et al. (SeeBlowney, Henry J., assignor.) 
George, William H., et al. (See Curry, William M., assignor.) 

Gerald, Amos F., Fairfield, assignor of two-thirds interest to W. Harvey, Augusta, and J. R. 
Bodwell, Hallowell, Me. Nail-estractor 



ijerard, Augusr, ooignies, jrseigium. Jiiacnine lor : 

Gerard, William L., Junction City, Kans. Tether 

Gerber, Andrew, et al. (See Gerber, William, assignor.) 

(Jerbcr, Joseph, et al. (See Gerber, WUliam, assignor.) 

Gerber & Sons, D. (See Garmire, Monroe, assignor.) 

Gerber, William, Fremont Centre, Mich., assignor to himself, J. and A. Gerber. Unhair- 
ing-machine 

Gerding, John G. , CoUinsviUe, III. Safety-stop for elevators 

Gerctyr Joseph L., et al. (See Fox, Edward, assignor.) 

Gergerie, W. H. (See Boss, Henry, assignor.) 

Gerhard, P. H. (See McCall, John L., assignor.) 

Gerlcen, Heinrich, New York, N. T. Chamber-pail 

Gerner, Henry, assignor to Hcveenoid Manufacturing Company, Ifew York, ST. T. Treat- 
ment of india-rubber, &c 

Gerner, Henry, assignor to Heveenoid Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y. Manu- 
facture of goods from caoutchouc, &c 

Gerner, Henry, assignor to Heveenoid Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y. Manu- 
facture of vulcanized india-rubber compounds 

Gerner, Henry, assignor to Heveenoid Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y. Manu- 
facture of JTulcanized india-rubber products 

Gerry, James H., Newark, N. J., assignor to Harvard Clock Company, Boston, Mass. Clock. 

Gerry, James H., Newark, N. J., assignor to Harvard Clock Company, Boston, Mass. Wind- 
ing attachment for clocks 

Gesley, Saber, Beloit, AVis. Sulky-plow 

Gessner, Ernst, Aue, Saxony, Germany. Machine for pressing cloth. (Reissue) 

Gessner, Ernst, Aue, Saxony, Germany. Machine for pressing cloth. (Keissue) 

Geyelin, Emile, Philadelphia, Pa. Suspension-bearing 

Geycr, Andrew, East Cambridge, Mass. Making glass nipple - shields for nursing pur- 



Gibble, Samuel S. , Mount Joy, Pa. Insect-trap 

(jribbs, Charles H., Bufl'alo, N. Y. Heating-stove grate 

Gibbs, Henry J., et al. (See Fitt, Frederick, assignor.) 
Gibbs, William W., ct al. (See Johnson, Asa, assignor.) 
Gibson, Albert C. (See Gibson, William M., assignor.) 
Gibson, Albert H. (See Smith, John S., assignor.) 
Gibson, Everett G., assignor to Lowell Machine Shop, Lowell, Mass. 
chine . 



Cloth-stamping ma- 



Gibson, John E., Clarke County, assignor of one-half interest to J. C. Calvert, TTppervUle, 
Va. Insecticide compound 

Gibson, Stephen D., Marysville, Ohio. Harrow , 

Gibson, William M., assignor to A. C. Gibson, Phenix, K. I. Pump 

Giddings, Wooster P. (See .Johnson and Gid dings.) 

Gieschen, John G. L. (See Hargrave, Moses C, assignor.) 

Giflbrd, Albert W., Worcester, Mass. Tweezers '... 

GiflFord, Charles H. (See Giflfbrd, Jesse H. and C. H.) 

Gifford, Herman C. (See Murley, John, assignor.) 

Gifford, Jesse H. and C. H., New York, N. Y. Combined portable health-exercising and 
gymnastic apparatus 

Giabrd, John Z., New York, N. Y. Packing-band 

Gifford, Leander W., et al. (See Salter, John H., assignor.) 

Gilbert, Abjiah H. (See Curtis, Augustine B., assignor.) 

Gilbert, Charles A.. Glens Falls, assignor to Libby &. Spier, New York, N. Y. Shirt 

Gilbert, Frank E., Jersey City, N. J. Jewelry 



230,125 
235,425 
235,426 
228,188 
232,399 



227,684 

225,007 

232,400 

225,589 
227,425 
234,022 

225,096 
234,708 

223,335 

235,353 
224,331 

233,747 
233,148 

235,610 

223,847 
228,752 
231,305 
220,230 
230,871 



232,703 
224,286 
229,691 



227,974 
235,354 



233,669 

220,057 

226,058 

229,038 

229,817 
236,016 

236,017 

229,816 

9,076 

9,077 

229,039 

235,522 
234,976 

227,242 



223,223 

225,697 
223,336 

227,761 



223,444 



232,022 
232,704 



234,558 
225,820 



Date. 



July 20 
Dec. 14 
Dec. 14 
June 1 
Sept. 21 

May 18 
Mar. 2 

Sept. 21 

Mar. 16 
May 11 
Nov. 2 

Mar. 23 
Nov. 23 

Jan. 6 

Dec. 14 
Feb. 10 

Oct. 26 
Oct. 12 

Dec. 14 

Jan. 27 
June 15 
Aug. 17 
Apr. 6 
Aug. 10 



Sept. 28 
Feb. 10 
July 6 



May 25 
Dec. 14 



Oct. 26 

Mar. 30 

Mar. 30 

June 22 

July 13 

Dec. 28 

Dec. 28 

July 13 

Feb. 17 

Feb. 17 

June 22 

Dec. 14 

Nov. 30 

May 4 



Jan. 

Mar. 23 

Jan. 6 

May 18 



Jan. 13 



Sept. 7 
Sept. 28 



Nov. 16 
Mar. 23 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 






725 
457 
457 
34 
638 



689 

28 

639 

718 
394 
245 

856 
1110 

151 

365 
414 

1184 
438 

684 

782 
736 
823 



203 
129 
129 
11 
176 



196 



176 

211 
115 
67 
(249 
i250 
(299 
1300 

39 

(100 

llOl 

118 

329 
120 

195 



203 
231 
97 25,26 
331 96 



992 
365 
204 



1049 
367 



1098 

1294 

1296 

1081 

367 
1190 

1191 
366 
905 
907 

1083 

574 

1447 

182 



16 

858 
152 

783 



292 



1T5 
993 



906 
1001 



273 

104 

56 



299 
101 



305 



329 

329 
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AJplidbetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Kame, residence, and invention. 



Gilbert, Frank E., Jersey City. N. J. Charm and similar articles of jewelry 

Gilbert, Isaac It., Louisville, Ky. Wheel-plow 

Gilbert, James. (See Tramblie and Gilbert.) 

Gilbert, James "W., Hoboken, Ala. Cultivator and cotton-chopper 

Gilbert, John W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to J. W. and J. C. "White and H. 

Lewis, trustees, Philadelphia, Pa. Hand-piece for dental engines. (Eeissue) 

Gilbert, .Joseph, Philadelphia, Pa. Pire-proof building 

Gilbert, Reuben. (See Reed, Stephen, assignor.) 

Gilbert, Rufus H., STew York, N. Y. Elevated railway 



M. 



Gilchrist, John L., ct al. (See Eiter, John L., assignor.) 

Gilchrist, John M., et al. (See 'WiUiams, William C, assignor.) 

Gilchrist, Lydia D., et al. (See Gilchrist, William L., .assignor.) 

Gilchrist. William L., assignor to C. Blake and L. D. (jrilchrist, Franklin, N. H. Holdback. . 

Gilelay. William A., Philadelphia, Pa. Street-car motor 

Giles, Hem y, ililo, Iowa. Steel blank for rcpointing cultivator-shovels 

Giles, James H., Kew York, N". Y. Hotel-annunciator 

GUI, Jabez H., Philadelphia, Pa. Cartridge-iirimer 

Gill, .Joseph J., Steubenville, Ohio. Glass-houso furnace 

Gill, Joseph J., Steubenville, Ohio. Glass-house furnace 

Gill, Joseph .1.. Steubenville, Ohio. Machine for finishing open-ended glassware 

Gill, .Joshua S., Jr., and G. B. Alexander, Rich wood, Ohio. Velocipede 

Gill, PhUip H., Brooklyn, JI. Y., assignor to himself and E. G. Burgess, Mont Clair, N. J. \ 
Floating elevator .". 3 

Gill, William, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Brake for railway-cars 

Gill, William A. (See Bennett, Daniel, assignor.) 

Gillespie, .James E., assignor to Fabric Fire Hose Company, Warwick, K". Y. Fire-hose 

Gillespie, Roland. Boston, assignor of one-half interest to S. W. Chamberlain, Somerville, 
Mass. Can-toi) ~ 

Gille.spie. AValter, assignor to G. A. Drummond, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Furnace-grate. 

Gillett, Webster, Ypsilanti, Mich., assignor of one-half interest to R. Schermerhoi-n, Brook- ) 
lyn. N. T. Speaking-telephone j 

Gillette, King C., New York, N. Y. Tap bushing and valve combined 

Gillette, Mott G., assignor to C. G. Singer, Is'ew York, N. Y. Tap-valvc 

Gillig, Louis, assignor to himself and AY. M. Wilson, Victor, Iowa. Hay-barrack 

Gilliland Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Gilliland, Ezra T., assignor.) 

GiUiland Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Gilliland, Ezra T. and J. F., assignors.) 

GUliland, Ezra T., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Gilliland Electric Manufacturing \ 
Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Magneto-electric generator for telephone call-signals 5 

Gilliland, Ezra T., assignor to Gilliland Electric Manufacturing Company, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Electi-ical annunciator-drop 

Gilliland, Ezra T., assignor to Gilliland Electric Manufacturing Company, Indianapolis, 
Ind. Electrical switch-board 

Gilliland, Ezra T. and J. F., assignors to Gilliland Electric Manufacturing Company, In- ? 
dianapoUs. Ind. Magneto-electric generator .' > 

Gilliland, James F. (See Gilliland, Ezra T. and J. F.) 

Gilliland, James P., Indianapolis, Ind. Electrical switch-board 

GillUand, Samuel B., Salisbury, JIo. Horse hay-rake 

Gillman, Alexander W., and S. Spencer, Castle Brewery, St. George's Road, Sonthwark, 
England. Bottling-macliine 

Gillman, Richard, deceased, Lowell, Mass., (S. H. Seward, administrator.) Bolster for spin- 
ning-spindles 

Gilman, Benjamin H. (See Gilman, Samuel H., assignor.) 

GUman, Edward L., Somerville, assignor to H. W. Bragg, Boston, Mass. Printing-machine. . 

Gilman, Edward L., Somerville, Mass. Printing-pres^. (Reissue) 

Gilman, George H., Blisstield, Mich. Railway -tie 

Gilman, George S. (See Stevens, Cyrus S., assignor.) 

Gilman, MjtoIi A., AVestfield, Mass. Cane and whip handle 

Gilman, Mvron A., Westfield, Mass. Toy whip and cane handle 

Gilman, Myron A., Westfield, Mass. Whip 

Gilman, Samuel H., Xew Orleans, La., assignor to B. H. Gilman. Dixon, 111. Cotton-bale tie. . 

Gilman, Willard H.. Beehe Plain, Quebec, Canada, and F. A. Wiswell, Derby, Vt., assignors 
to said Gilman and C. H. McClintock, Stanstead, Quebec. Canada. Curtain-fixture 

Gilman, Willard H., Stanstead, Quebec, Canada. Cigar-clipper 

Gilmore, Othniel, East Bridgewater, Mass. Sole-leveling machine 

Gilmour, John D. (See Rcwrick and Gilmour.) 

Gilson, Edward A., Jfew York, X. Y. Paper-cabinet 

Gilstrap, .Jacob, La Plata, Mo. Wind-wheel 

G ingra.s, Timothy, assignor of one-half interest to R. Hofifeld, Bujfalo, N. Y. Grinding, pol- 
ishing, and bniiSne wheel 

Giovannini, Philip, San Francisco, Cal. Double gate or valve 

Giraudat, Ambrose, Kenry, Is". J. Machine for cutting lace from paper 

Girbardt, Leonbard, XewYork, K". Y. Reversible hat and other head-covering 

Githens, George M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Steam rook-drill 

Githens, Joseph C., assignor to Rand Drill Company, New York, N. Y. Universal joint \ 
for tripod-legs and other purposes '. j 

Githens, Jo.seph C, assignor to Rand Drill Company, New York, N. Y. Steam rock-drill. . . 

Githens, .Joseph C, a.ssi!mor to Rand Drill Company, New York, N. Y. Device for the sup- 
port of steam rock-drills 

Gitlicns. .Jo,seph C, assignor to Rand Drill Company, New York, N. Y. Steam rock-drill. . . 

Gladding, James AY., Vineland, N. J. Hoe ." 

Gladney, John R., Bnena Vista, Miss. Manufacturing alcoholic spirits 

Gladney, .John R., Buena Vista, Miss. Condenser for alcoholic stills 

Gl.id wi.sh, Frederick H.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Decoy-bird 

Gla.scock, Frank R., Hill.sborough, Ohio. Fertilizer-dis^ibuter 

Glasgow, William, Chicago, HI. Machine for enameling or preparing moldings for gilding. 
Glass. James B. (See Bailey and Gla.ss.) 

Glassbum, Sylvester. AVindsor, Mo. Draft-equalizer 

Glasscock, Marion. Mount Vernon, Mo. Plow 

Glaze, Alexander M. (Sec Smith and Glaze.) 
Glaze. Lizzie A. (See Smith and Glaze, assignors.) 

Glazier, Charles E.. HorneUsvUle, N. Y. Spray-nozzle 

Gleason, D. H. L. (See Simonds, Frank P., .assignor.) 



No. 



Date. 



225,821 
230,767 

234,003 

9,443 
224,173 



228,055 



235,226 

228,057 
233,149 
233,087 
225,591 
224,890 
226,608 
230,543 
227,685 

231,556 

232,812 

225,698 

229,531 
225,,190 

232,705 

226,059 
225,471 
234,024 



230,264 

230,205 

231,421 
231,790 

231,708 
235,227 

228,025 

223,724 

224,897 

9,340 

235,078 

232,179 
233,613 
234,769 
225,517 

224,287 
235,678 
231,707 

224,010 
236,018 

230,708 
232,888 
229,997 
225,120 
223,056 

230,935 

233,501 

235,079 
235,080 
231,300 
224,419 
224,421 
231,906 
237,762 

226,845 



22n,.305 
220,609 



226,060 



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Aug. 3 

Nov. 2 

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Feb. 3 

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Dec. 7 
May 25 
Oct. 12 
Oct. 12 
Mar. 16 
Feb. 24 
Apr. 20 
July 27 
May 18 

Aug. 24 

Oct. 5 

Mar. 23 

July 6 
Mar. 16 

Sept. 28 

Mar. 30 
Mar. 16 
Nov. 2 



July 20 

July 20 

Aug. 24 
Aug. 31 

Aug. 31 
Dec. 7 

June 8 

Jan. 20 

Feb. 24 
Aug. 17 
Dec. 7 

Sept. 14 
Oct. 26 
Nov. 23 
Mar. 16 

Feb. 10 
Dec. 21 
Aug. 31 

Feb. 3 
Dec. 28 

Aug. 3 
Oct. 5 
July 13 
Mar. 2 
May 25 

Aug. 10 

Oct. 19 

Dec. 7 
Dec. 7 
Aug. 17 
Feb. 10 
Feb. 10 
Sept. 7 
May 13 

Apr. 27 

Apr. C 
Apr. 20 



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volume. 



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231 



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1104 

18 

858 

30 

718 

994 

1297 
587 
247 



897 



898 

953 
1339 

1285 
203 

563 

023 

1092 
915 

20 

365 
1032 
1179 

640 

360 

761 

1283 

44 
1192 

195 
114 
569 
165 
1137 

398 

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20 
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514 

516 

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833 



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57 



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324 

120 

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212 

312 

155 

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196 

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'274 

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^255 

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257 
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317 
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361 

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231 



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278 



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1045 

242 



1193 



1314 
1194 
816 
804 
602 
428' 
861 
227 
1112 

445 

741 

035 

13 

602 

711 

718 

578 

1026 



162 



162 

422 
497 

481 
1314 

1323 

128 

428 

409 

1284 

592 

934 

1205 

586 

283 

1423 

480 

211 

1502 

278 
756 
102 
484 
1193 

319 

896 

1284 
1284 
394 
307 
307 
530 
1126 

917 



779 
862 



718 



78 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
AlpTialeiical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Gleasou, George K., assignor of one-lialf interest to G. C. Thompson, Chicago, IB. Solder- 
ing-macliine 

Gleason, Robert E., assignor of one-half interest to T. Miller, Muskegon, Mich. Xog-carry- 

iug or bull chain T 

Gleason, William, Rochester, !N". T. Machine for cutting the teeth of metal gears. (Keissue). 
Gleason, "William, Rochester, N. Y. Machine for cutting the teeth- of wooden gears. (Re- 



issue) . 



Gledhill, James, et al. (See Robinson, Albert S., assignor.) 

Glendenning, Jolm, Norwich, England. School-desk 

Glenn. Lawrence, assignor of two-thirds to B. Cole and AT. H. C. Jaques, Ottumwa, Iowa. 
Air-brake 

Glidden, Charles W., Lynn, Mass. JJeel-slicing machine 

Glidden, Charles W., Lynn, Mass. Machine for forming heel-piles 

Globe Company. (See i3erney, Alfred, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Globe Nail Company. (See Miner, WilUam w., assignor.) 

Globo Rolling Mill Company. (See Boyer and Kinsey, assignors.) 

Globe "Woolen Company. (See Fyfe, Alexander M., assignor.) 

Glover, Almon B., Birmingham, Conn., assignor, by mesne assignment.s, to Eastern Paper 
Bag Company. Paper-hag machine. (Reissue) 

Glover, Edwin, Barkesville, "W. Va. Burglar-alarm 

Glover, George, .Tr. (See Glover, James L., assignor.) 

Glover, Henry, Silvertown, Victoria Decks, England. Apparatus for burning sulphur to 
produce sulphuric acid 

Glover, James L., assignor to himself and G. Glover, Jr., "Windsor Looks, Conn. Circular- 
saw vise 

Glover, John B.. Dubuque, loNva. Overalls 

Glover, Robert, Leominster, assignor to J. A. Harwood, Littleton, and N. Harwood, Leo- 
minster, Mass. Mechanism for the manufacture of heel-stiffeners 

Glover, Samuel, Fairfield, Conn., assignor to M. Hartley, New York, N. Y. Cartridge 
capping and uncapping implement , 

Glover, Thom.as G., Bedtbrd, Ind. Hand-car 

Glover, William H., assignor of one-half interest to T. Taylor; said Taylor assignor of one- 
half interest to W. L. Reynolds, St. Louis, Mo. Rolling-mill 

Glover, William H., assignor of two-thirds interest to H."M. Starkloff and J. D. Galvin, St. 
Louis, Mo. Monkey-wrench 

Glover, William H., assignor of one-half to H. M. Starkloff, St. Louis, Mo. RolIiug-mOl 

Gluyas, Walter R., Columbus, Ohio. Balanced steam-valve 

Glynn, Lawrence, Camhridgeport, Mass. Wrench 

Gmeiner, Herrmann, Dresden, Saxony, Germany. Manufacture of colored paper 

Gobisch, Edward L., Jersey City, N. J. Toy bank 

Godard, Loyal. (See Eellows, Isbell, and Godard.) 

Goddard, Charles E., West Mitchell, Iowa. Plow 

Goddard Manufacturing Company. (See Whipple, Charles S., assignor.) 

Goddard, Robert L., et al. (See Hastings, Emory B., assignor.) 

Goddu, Louis, Winchester, assignor to McKay Metallic Fastening Association, (G. McKaj-, 
Cambridge, Mass., trustee.) Nailing-machine 

Goddu, Louis, Winchester, assignor to G. McKay and J. W. Brooks, trustees, Cambridge, 
Mass. Nailing-machine. (Reissue) 

Goddu, Louis, Boston, assignor, by mesne assignments, to G. McKay and J. W. Brooks, ) 
trustees, Cambridge, Mass. Pegging-machine. (Reissue) 3 



Godfrey, Lucious "W^ (See Skinner, Henry J., assignor.) 
Godfrey, William S. (See Adams, George E., assignor.) 

(Joehring, Charles L., Allegheny, Pa. Thill-conpung 

Goessling, Gustavus 0., Jersey City, N. J. Compartment-dish 

Goetting" George, New York, N. Y. Sponge-holder 

(joetz, John A. G. (See Koetzner, Charles H., assignor.) 

Goetzinger, Albert. (See Goetzinger, Andrew and Albert.) 

Goetzinger, Andrew and Albert, Cincinnati, Ohio ; said Andrew Goetzinger assignor to said 

Albert Goetzinger. Cork-cutting machine 

Goetzinger, Andrew, Cincinnati, Ohio. Faucet 

Goff, Darius, assignor to D. Goif & Sons, Pawtucket, R. I. Braid-holder , 

Gofl', Henry, Corning, N. Y. Shutter 

(5olf, Lyman B. (See Deane, Walter P., assignor.) 

Goif, Samuel B., East Creek, N. J. Windmill 

Goff, Samuel D., Marshalltown, Iowa. Carriage-top rest 

Goff & Sons, D., et al. (See Deane, Walter P., assignor.) 
Golf & Sons, D. (See Goff, Darius, assizor.) 
Goff <5c Sons, D. (See Rico, EUakim, assignor.) (Reissue.) 
Goforth, Andrew J. (See Goforth, "William and A. J.) 

Goforth, William and A. J., Windsor, Mo. Wind-engine '. 

Gogel, John A., Toledo, Ohio. Cultivator 

Gogin, Thomas. (See Spiller, Charles E., assignor.) 

Gohring, Jacob, Frankenthal, Bavaria, Germany. Steam-generator and furnace 

Gold, Edward E., New York, N. Y. Radiator 

Gold, Joseph S., Washington Court-House, Ohio. Show-case 

Gold Medal Sewing Machine Company. (See Elliott, William T., assignor.) 

Gold Medal Sewing Machine Company. (See French, Stephen, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Gold Medal Sewing Machine Company. (See Thomas, Eddy T., assignor.) 

Gold, Samuel F., Euglewood, N. J. Steam-heater 

Golden, Dominic, Antigo, Wis. Corn-planter 

(^^oldie, William, Fentonville, Mich. Shingle-cutting machine. (Reissue) 

Goldie, William, Fentonville, Mich. "Machine for cutting shingles. (Reissue) 

Golding, Asa G., New York, N. Y. Double-walled pitcher 

Golding, Charles H., Bodie, Cal. Elevator 

Goldman, Mary, Toledo, Ohio. Wash for the hair 

•Goldmann, Philipp, New York, N. Y. Cap 

Goldsmith, Gustavus A. (See Shedlock, Alfred, assignor.) 

Goldsmith, Gustaviis A ., and A. K. Merrill, New York, N. Y., assignois to said Goldsmith. 

Standing collar 

Goldsmith, Gustavus A., and A. K. Merrill, New York, N. Y.; said Merrill assignor to said 

Goldsmith. Collar 

Goldsmith, Gustavus A., New York, and W. J. Shedlock, Brooklyn, assignors to G. A. ) 

Goldsmith. New York, N. Y. Machine for pasting and folding paper J 

Goldsmith, J. Sidney, New York, N. Y. Combined shade and refractor 



No. 



227, 1C4 

223,904 
9,468 

9,469 

224,174 

234,179 
224,011 
224,012 



9,428 
230,266 



234,025 

224,676 
224,175 

233,848 

231,162 
226,304 

224,420 

231,557 
235,679 
230,769 
227,892 
223,337 
232,257 

232,345 



226,062 

9,299 
9,315 



224,422 
231,034 
234,124 



229,818 
233,670 
226,061 
232,813 

223,725 
231,792 



232,258 
227,687 

234,123 
231,485 
226,995 



225,472 
231,558 
9,251 
9,257 
928,626 
227,893 
225,979 
230,770 



225,099 

228,059 
231,307 
235.860 



Date. 



May 4 

Jan. 27 
Nov. 16 

Nov. 16 

Feb. 3 

Nov. 9 
Feb. 3 
Feb. 3 



Oct. 19 
July 20 

Nov. 2 

Feb. 17 
Feb. 3 

Nov. 2 

Aug. 17 
Apr. 6 

Feb. 10 

Aug. 24 
Dec. 21 
Aug. 3 
May 25 
Jan. 6 
Sept. 14 

Sept. 21 



Mar. 30 

July 13 
July 20 



Feb. 10 
Aug. 10 
Nov. 9 



July 13 
Oct. 26 
Mar. 30 
Oct. 5 

Jan. 20 
Aug. 31 



Sept. 14 
May 18 

Nov. 9 
Aug. 24 
Apr. 27 



Mar. 16 
Ang. 24 
June 15 
June 15 
June 8 
May 25 
Mar. 30 
Aug. 3 



Mar. 23 

May 25 
Ang. 17 
Dec. 28 



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volume. 



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CO 



90 

854 
1028 

1031 

231 

434 
45 
47 



996 

899 



249 

820 
232 

28 

659 
181 

515 

1105 
762 
197 
950 
153 
459 

571 



1300 

695 
1056 



517 
509 
370 



368 

1099 

1299 

20 

624 
1391 



460 
693 

369 
1020 
1017 



588 
1106 

993 
1002 

564 

951 
1203 

199 



859 

1142 

824 

1008 



24,25 

227 
275 

276 

07 

117 
14 
15 



276 
255 



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232 
68 



186 
52 

147 

310 
216 

57 
272 

39 
127 

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366 

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143 
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continiied. 



79 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Goldsmith, J. Sidney, New York, N. Y. Xamp-cone , 

Goldsmith, Lewis G., and K. Keed, Jersey City, N. J. Steam-radiator 

Goldsmith, Solomon, et at. (See Kroase, Samuel li., assignor.) 

Gollyer, Henry, "White Hall, HI. Plow 

Golucko, Edmund. (See Branch and Golucto.) 

Gondie, James, assignor of three-fourths to H. E. Tale, Chicago, HI. Eeefing-sails 

Gondola. Paul, Paris, France. Tannin extract 

Gonne, AVilliam H., Chatham, Ontario, Canada. Knoh attaclmient. (Keissue) 

Gonne, "William H., Chatham, Canada, assignor of two-thirds to G. ATatkins and 0. M. Hid- 
den, Bay City, Mich. Knob attachment 

Good, Adam, San Francisco, Cal. Composition for preserving eggs 

Good, Edward G. (See Hohler and Good.) 

(5ood, Edward G., assignor to C. C. Holton, Chicago, HI. Grinding-mill 

Good, James, St. Louis, Mo., assignor to Mississippi Valley Transportation Company. 
Graiu-hargo 

Goodale, John, assignor to E. B. "Welch, Cambridge, Mass. Pendulum weighing-scales 

Goode, Edward, Archer, Fla. Tombstone 

Goodell, Albert D.,- assignor to Miller's Falls Company, Miller's Falls, Mass. Eatchet bit- 
brace 



GoodeU, Albert D., assignor to MOler's Falls Company, Miller's Falls, Mass. Bit-brace 

Goodell, Dexter "W., assignor to Florence Machine Company, Florence, Mass. Feeding 

mechanism for sewing-machines 

Goodell, Dexter "W., assignor to Florence Machine Company, Florence, Mass. Oil-stove. . . 

Goodell, George "W., Beardstown, HI. Ice-elevator 

Goodell, Henry C. (See Spiller, Oscar M., assignor.) (Keissue.) 

Goodenow, Albert L., and "W. J. Owens, "CTtica, N. Y. Hot-air furnace 

Goodenow, Albert L.j and "W. J. Owens, TJtica, N. Y. Grate 

Goodes, Ebenezer A., assignor to TVeUs &. Hope Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Combined 

hanger and support for signs 

Goodfellow, JohnH., Troy, N. Y. Fire-plate for stoves 

Goodhue, Seth, "Wilmot, N. H. Eailway-switch 



Goodhue, "William F., Chicago, lU. Eailway and tramway track gage 

Gooding, George E., andE. H. Taylor, Lynn, Mass. Edge-trimming tool 

Goodman, Benedict, Auburn, lud. Hoisting device 

Goodman, John, Louisville, Ky. Telephone 

Goodman, Samuel, et al. (See "Weir, Kobert H., assignor.) 

Goodnow, Henry "W., KUnton, Mass. Box 

Goodrich, Benjamin F. (See IBensinger and Goodrich.) 

Goodrich, Harry C, Chicago, 111. Safety device for elevators 

Goodrich, Harry C, "Worcester, Mass. Elevator 

Goodrich, Joseph, Henry, HI. Tool for grasping and holding articles , 

Goodridge, James F. , and A. Pope, Boston, Mass. Car-starter 

Goodwillie, David, Chicago, El. Egg-carrier 

GoodwilUe, David, Chicago, HI. Egg-carrier 

Goodwin, Augustine, Mattoou, 111. Animal-trap 

(Goodwin, Julius C, Kalamazoo, Mich. Oar-lock 

Goodwin, Mark, assignor of one-half interest to "W. D. Tracy, New York, N. Y. Floating 

dumping-platform 

Goodwin, Wilbur, assignor to himself and D. Huston, Boston, Mass. Carpenter's gage 

Goodwin, "William "W., Creston, Iowa. Gate 

Goodyear, Albert, Hamdcn, Conn. Grain-binder 



Goodyear, Benjamin, Carlisle, Pa. Crock bail or handle 

Goodyear, Bobert B., Philadelphia, assignor of one-half interest to "Wolfenden, Shore & Co., 

Cardington. Pa. Stop-motion for looms 

Goodyear's Metallic Eubber Shoe Company. (See Ensign, Charles A., assignor.) 

Gordon, Alexander, Detroit, Mich. Apparatus for curing tobacco 

Gordon, Edward F.. assignor to H. Hobbs, Concord, N. H. Steam-radiator 

Gordon, Fred "W. (See See, James W., assignor.) 

Gordon, Frederick "\Y., Pittsburg, Pa. Hydraulic motor 

Gordon, Frederick "W., Ironton, Ohio. Steam-engine valve 

Gordon, Henry. (See Cleave and Gordon.) 

Gordon, James E. H., Holmwood Cottage, Dorking, England. Electric light 

Gordon, James F., Kochester, N. Y. Grain-bindef. 



Gordon, James F., Eochestcr, N. Y. Mechanical movement. 

Gordon, John H. (See Storlo, Ole 0., assignor.) 

Gordon, John H., Brooks, Me. Umbrella-support 

(3ordon, John J., Flint, Mich. Hinge 



Gordon, Leonard J., and "W. J. Tait, Jersey City, N. J. Machine for wrapping tobacco, &c. 

Gordon, Robert. (See Bussell and Gordon.) 

Gordon, I'obert, McKeesport, Pa. Ointment bottle and stopper 

Gordon, "William H., as.signor to E. T. Bamum, Detroit, Mich. Cheese-safe 

Gore, Charles L. (See Townsend, John D., assignor.) 

Gore, Henry A., Goshen, Ind., assignor of one-half interest to C. "W. "Walker. "Wringer. - . 

Gore, Henry A., Goshen, Ind. Carpet-sweeper 

Gorei, Maurice, Paris. France. Thrashing and mowing machine 

Gorges, Edouard V. J. L., Paris, France. Conversion of marine plants into pulp, &c , 

Goruam, Helen M., executrix, elal. (Sec Flenniken, Theodore M., assignor.) 
Gorbam, Helen M., executrix. (See Gorham, Marquis L.) 

Gorham, Jackson, assignor of one-half interest to "\Y. A. Legwen, Crawfordville, Ga. Cor- 
ner-iron for wagon-bodies 

Gorh.im, John M. (See Epeneter and Grabl, assignors.) (Reissue.) 

Gorham, John M., Cleveland, Ohio. "Wash-board 



Gorham, Marquis L., deceased, (H. M. Gorham, executrix,) Eockford, HI. Grain-binder. . 

Gorman, .Tohn, Philadelphia, Pa. Steering apparatus for vessels 

Gomall, Richard, a.s8ignor to himself and C. E. Dickey, Baltimore, Md. Gaging and side- 
seaming cans 

Gorrill, Richard "W., San Francisco, Cal. Tmss-bridgo 



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234,977 

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227,518 
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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Kame, residence, and invention. 



Teedinn 



Pis- 



Goraleno, Granville L., Athens, Ohio. Compound for nasal catarrh 

Gorton, George, et al. (See Eoid, William A., assignor.) 

Goshon, Joseph G., Spring Eun, Pa. Car-coupling 

Goslee, Ozias W., Glastonbury, Conn. Tohacco-hoe 

Goss, Daniel. (See Noble, Oscar TV., assignor.) 

Goss, Fredericli L., assignor of one-half interest to C. J. Stromberg, Chicago, 111. 

attachment for printing-presses 

Goss, Leonard, ct al. (See Mortz, Joseph O., assignor.) 

Gossett, Morgan, Ilussellvillo, Ohio. Extension settee-tahle 

Gottier, William W., Dunkirk, Ohio. Wagon-tongue coupling 

Gottlieb, Abraham, Pittsburg, Pa. Bridge and bridge-iron 

Gouge, Henry A., ]S"ew EocheUo, jS". T. Hot-air car heater and ventilator 

Gough, Edward, Allentown, Pa. Lamp 

Gould, John D. (See Chandler, Clarence A., assignor.) 

Gould, Lyman, Norwich, Conn. Hot-air furnace 

Gould, Keuben B. H., assignor to himself and W. W. Jones, East Cambridge, Mass. 

ton-rod packing 

Gould, Simeon L., Gardiner, Me. Pulp-screen for paper-machines 

Gould, Thomas E., Williamsburg, N. Y. Bill and letter file or holder 

Gove, Andrew J. (See Garland, Howard P., assignor.) 

Gow, James S., Quincy, HI. Tool for forming lugs in stove-covers 

Gowen, William, Wauaau, Wis. Set-work for saw-mills 

Gower, Frederic A.. Providence, K. I. Telephone 

Gowland, John, assignor of two-thirds interest to M. Gowland and J. Nutall, Philipsburg, 

Pa. Macliine for cutting and mining coal 

Gowland. Matthew, et al. (See Gowland, John, assignor.) 

Gracey, James B., Eichmond, Va. Agricultural implement 

Grady, Louis G., Halifax, N. C. Tool for jewelers' use 

Graef, Charles, Brooklyn, M". Y. Combined nippers and cork-extractor 

Graetzel, Henry E., St. Joseph, Md. Check -row corn-planter and fertilizer 

Graf Louis, Tan Buren, Ark. Producing colored photographs on linen 

Graff, Eelix B., assignor of one-half interest to E. J. Saltsman, Erie, Pa. End-board for 

wagon -boxes 

Grage,- Heiricb W., Fort Wayne, Ind. Horseshoe 

Grab, Emil, Toledo, Ohio. Sign 

Graham, Charles, Kingston, Pa. Fastening boiler-tubes 

Graham, Charles, Kingston, Pa. Fastening boiler-tnbes 

Graham, Daniel M., Chicago, HI. Hydrocarbon-burner 

Graham, Edmund (j. (See Duke, W'Uliam, assignor.) 
Graham, Joseph S., et al. (See Emerson, Orlando S., assignor.) 
Graham, Joseph S., et al. (See Griswold, John, assignor.) « 

Graham, Mary M., Lynn, Mass. Dress-protector 

Graham, Peter D., Black Hawk, Colo. Combined cutting and clinching tool 

Grahl, Bernard. (See Epeneter and Grahl. (Eeissue.) 
Grain Binder Association. (See Hubbard, Moses G., assignor.) 
Grain Binder Association. (See Travis, Charles L., assignor.) 
Granbery, Jennie L. (See Granbery, Theodore, assignor.) 

Granbery, Theodore, assignor to J. L. Granbery, New York, N. Y. Bead chain 

Grandy, Daniel B., Boston, Mass., assignor to N. F. Potter, trustee, Providence, E. I. Du- 
plex' telegraph 

Grandy, Edward F., Boston, Mass., assignor to Copeland Boot Treeing Machine Company, ? 

Hartford, Conn. Boot-treeing machine ) 

Granger, Almon M., New Orleans, La., assignor of one-half interest to G. H. Eobinson, New 

York, N. Y. Fire-extinguisher 

Granger, Alraon M., New Orleans, La., assignor of one-half interest to G. H. Eobinson, New 

York, N. Y. Hose-nozzle 

Granger, Almon M., New Orleans, La., assignor, by mesne assignment, of one-half interest 

to Fire Extinguisher Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y. Fire-extinguisher 

Granger, Arthur 0., and J. H. CoUins, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Process of and apparatus for 

manufacturing illuminating-gas 

Granier, Jules H., and A. F. Fossemale, Paris, France. Manufacture of gloves 

Grannis, Hial S. (See Stow and Grannis.) 

Grannia, Sidney S., Eed Wing, Minn. Carpet-tacker 

(Srannis, Sidney S., Eed Wing, Minn. Carpet-tacker 

Grant, Charles, Jr. (See Nichols, Andrew, assignor.) 

Grant, Daniel L., Philadelphia, Pa. Weather-strip 

Grant, James. (See Douglass, WUliam H., assignor.) 

Grant, John, Now Orleans, La. Portable sectional .jetty 

Grant, John J., Hartford, Conn. Macliine for making screw-taps 

Grant, Joseph C. (See Gue and Grant.) 

Grant, J. Pierson, New York, N. Y. Compound for pavements, drain-pipes, &c 

Grant, Eoyal C, Middleport, Ohio. Ore-grinding miU 

Grape, LeHvis, Canaioharie, N. Y. Eein-holder 

Grassick, AVilliam, Lucknow, Ontario, Canada. Snap-hook 

Grater, Frank A. (See Allen and Grater.) 

Graves, David L., Louisville, Ky. Whisky-mash rake 

Graves, George W. (See Fogelberg and (jraves.) 

Graves, George W. (See Eansom and Graves.) 

(jraves, Henry C, et al. (See Herchelrode, Henry C, assignor.) 

Graves, John, East Orange, A. W. Partrick, Newark, N. J., and W. Partrick, Sing Sing, 

N. Y. Kitchen-table 

Graves, Samuel, North Weymouth, Mass. Lounge-bed 

Gray, Albert Y. (See Gray, Leonidas and A. Y.) 
Gray, Benson L. (See Hartmeyer and Gray.) 

Gray, Elisha, Chicago, 111. Electric telephone 

~ " Speaking-telephone 

Speaking-telephone 

_ . Telephonic telegraph 

Gray, Henry F., assignor of one-half interest to A. D. Field, Columbus, Ohio, 
cornice 



No. 



Date. 



Gray, Elisha, Chicago, El. 
Gray, Elisha, Chicago, HI. 
Gray, Elisha, Chicago, HI. 



Window- 



Gray, Henry P. and W., Jr., South Manchester, Conn, 
yam, cloth, &c 



Apparatus for dyeing and washing 



224,084 

224,898 
233,849 



229,998 

229,692 
226,307 
230,185 

234,666 

229,117 

235,945 

228,341 
234,559 
234,607 

230,475 
233,409 
236,021 

227,354 

230,414 
234,500 
235,427 
224,176 
229,694 

223,445 
233,234 
230,268 
226,741 
232,259 
234,468 



236,019 
227,243 



232,814 

230,001 
234,401 

224,678 

229,695 

233,235 

234,400 
229,819 

223,905 
229,397 

228,526 

225,592 
230,629 

233,502 
234,027 
228,000 
228,628 

228,190 



232,401 
230,545 



224,013 
233,343 

233,344 

233,345 

228,189 

225,363 



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volume. 



Fob. 3 

Feb. 24 
Nov. 2 



July 13 

July 6 
Apr. 
July 20 

Nov. 23 

June 22 

Dec. 28 

June 1 
Nov. 16 
Nov. 23 

July 27 
Oct. 19 
Dec. 28 

May 11 

July 27 

Nov. 16 

Dec. 14 

Feb. 3 

July G 

Jan. 13 
Oct. 12 
July 20 
Apr. 20 
Sept. 14 
Nov. 16 



Dec. 28 
May 4 



Oct. 5 

July 13 
Nov. 16 

Feb. 17 

July C 

Oct. 12 

Nov. 16 
July 13 

Jan. 27 
June 29 

Juno 8 

Mar. 16 
Aug. 3 

Oct. 19 
Nov. 2 
May 25 
June 8 

June 1 



Sept. 21 
July 27 



Feb. 3 
Oct. 19 

Oct. 19 

Oct. 19 

June 1 

Mar. 9 



133 

1093 
29 



571 

205 
183 

795 

1064 
1169 

1106 

208 

907 

1068 

IISO 

779 

1195 

317 

1100 
908 
458 
233 
209 

292 
537 
900 
705 
461 
798 



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210 

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719 
370 

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1492 

438 

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39 

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251 

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36 



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Aljphahetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Kame, residence, and invention. 



Gray, Hiram A., Jr., "New Haven, Conn. Hair-crimper 

Gray. Jolin A. (See Johnson, Louis K., assignor.) 

Gray, .John D., Cypress, Tex. Car-coupling 

Gray, Lconidas aiid A. T., Middletovni Springs, Tt. Wrench 

Gray, Niel, and E. G. dishing, Oswego, K. T. ; said Gushing assignor to said Gray. Ma- ) 
cliiue for sizing, stretching, and drying cloth j 

Gray, Ralph, Fayette City, Pa. Machinery for handling blow-pipes in glass-worMng 

Gray, Eichard, assignor of one-half interest to J. Dunn, Bloomington, lU. Device for con- 
verting motion . . .". 

Gray, Kohcrt "W., assignor of one-half interest to G. Prost, G. H. Felps, and G. A. Frost, 
Dodham, Mass. Shoulder and hack hrace 

Giav, Sylvester, Long Island City, JT. Y. Water-seal cup for waste-pipes for refrigerators, &c . 

Gray, Sylvester H., New Berne, N. C. Wooden dish 

GraV, Thomas B., assignor of one-half interest to J. D.Knox, Topeka, Kans. Wind- wheel.. 

Gray, Tliomas ,T., Chicago, 111. Draw-hridge gate 

Grav, Thomas E., Ottumwa, Iowa. Potato-dijrger 

GraV, William, Jr. (See Gray, Henry P. and W., Jr.) 

Gray, William, Toronto. Ontario, Canada. Furnace 

Gray, William, Beardstown, HI. Apparatus for cutting and removing bands 

Gray, William D., Milwaukee, Wis. Eoll for reducing grain, middlings, &c 

Gray, William D., Milwaukee, Wis. Feed device for roller-mills for grinding grain 

Gray, William N. (See See and Gray.) 

Graydon, Thomas W., Cincinnati, Ohio. Audiphone 

Graydon, Thomas W., Cincinnati, Ohio. Audiphone 

Graydon, Thomas W., Cincinnati, Ohio. Dentaphone 

Graydon, Thomas W., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to J. E. Hetherington, New Tort, N. X. 
Galvanic belt 

Grayson, Henry C, CentrevUle, E. I. Automatic roving piercer and breaker for spinning ) 
machinery . .". 3 

Greaves, James, assignor of one-half to J. and J. Dobson, Philadelphia, Pa. Condensiag- 
cylinder for carding-engines. (Eeissue) 

Grcljner, Michael, Hoboken, N. J. Bird-cage 

Grece, Charles W., Detroit, Mich. Foot-protector for horses 

Greely, Benjamin J., Boston, Mass. Suspender-end. (Eeissue) 

Green, Charles. (See Wilson, William, Jr., assignor.) 

Green, Charles. (See Wilson, William, Jr.. assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Green, Charles, assisruor of one-half to W. AVilson, Jr., Greenville, Del. Sheet-metal can. .. 

Green, Charles F., Worcester, Mass. Griddle 

Green, Charles H. (See Kwaysser and Husak, assignors.) 

Green, David A., and J. H. Eoberts, Eushville, Ind. Adjustable truck 

Green, David A., and J. H. Eoberts, Eushville, Ind. Hinge 

Green, Edwin J.. Valparaiso, Ind. Combined wardrobe, bedstead, and table 

Green, Irvin T.. Eichmond, Ky. Filter 

Green. .Jasper N. (See Cook and Green.) 

Green, John H., Freeport, Ohio. Window-sash stop and fast«ner 

Green, Luther W., Williamsport, Pa. Eotary cut-off saw 

Green, Thomas E. (See Nye, Charles H., assignor.) 

Green, Thomas M., Milledgeville, Ga. Eice-huUing mUl 

Green, Walter E.. Salt Lake, Utah Ter. Cheese-cutter 

Green, William W.. assignor of one-half interest to G. P. Eoss, Chicago, 111. Belt-fastening. . 

Green, Willis D., Mount Vernon, HI. Attachment for grain-drills 

Greenbanm, Solomon H., New York, N. T. Show-case with revolving stand 

Greene, Charles J., et at (See Hayes, James H., assignor.) 

Greene, James G., assignor to H. C. Jones and E. J. Sugru, Eochester, N. Y. Lamp 

Greene & Smith, J. W. (See Dolloff, Wellington P., assignor.) 

Greene, Will B., Marietta, Ohio. Fountain-pen 

Greener, William W., Birmingham, England. Breech-loading fire-arm 

Greenhow, James H., EckmansviUe, Ohio. Gate 

Greenland, Miles C, Well's Tannery, Pa. Washing-machine 

Greenland, Eobert C, ConneUsville, Pa. Head-light case 

Greenleaf. Abner. (See Logan and Greenleaf.) 

Greenleaf, Clements A., Indianapolis, Ind. Turn-table 

Greenleaf, Clements A., Indianapolis, Ind. Turn-table 

Greenleaf, Daniel J., Port Jervis, N. Y. Child's carriage 



No. 



Greenleaf. Joseph H., New Haven, Conn., 
York, N. Y. Wood-screw machine 



assignor to New York Screw Company, New ' 



Greenleaf. Joseph H., New Haven, Conn. Ferrule 

Greenleaf. Latham W., Terro Haute, Ind. Elevator for barrels, &c. 

Greensf elder, Moses, Baltimore, Md. Cigar-bnnching machine 

Grecnwald, Daniel S., Warren, Ohio. Millstone-dressing machine. . . 

Grccnwald, Daniel S., Warren, Ohio. Millstone-dresser 

Green well, Eobert E., Osage Mission, Kans. Eail way-joint 

Greenwood, .John H., Columbus, Ohio. Planer-chuck 

Greenwood, Marstin D., Hoosick Falls, N. Y. Chain-link 

Greenwood, William P., Cambridgeport, Mass. Eosette 

Greer, Edwin D., Greers, Va. Fruit and lard press 



Greer, Edwin D., Greers, Va. Shingle-sawing machine 

Greer, Edwin D., Greers, Va. Straw-cntting machine 

Greer, Howard, Chicago, HI., assignor of one-half to G. H. Christj", trustee, Sewickley, Pa. 

' Eailway-spike 

Greer, Martin, Bolivar, Mo. Stone-dressing machine 

Greey, Edward, Mancliester, Mass. Game apparatus 

Gregerson, George A., Eochester, and C. O. Wevmouth, Olmsted Connty, Minn. Blinder 
for bridles '. 

G PAT 



235,680 

226,742 
227,765 

234,771 

223,726 

227,244 

224,899 
234,979 
233,615 
232,815 
233,926 
229,602 

233,614 
234,561 
228,525 
235,761 

224,177 
225,364 
225,365 

226,658 
227,427 

9,477 
223,340 
226,848 

9,155 



234,269 
225,927 

226,997 
225,980 
224,679 
224,060 

230,476 

228,886 

223,339 
226,513 
230,936 
223,501 

228,812 

225,366 

227,894 
229,604 
230,477 

225,593 

227,763 

226,996 
234,668 
233,503 



225,277 



229,603 
231,793 
226,849 
224,085 

226,010 

227,519 
233,846 
228,003 
223.837 
229,398 

229,399 

235,523 

236,020 
233,090 
230,000 

227,764 



Date. 



Dec. 21 

Apr. 20 

May 18 

Nov. 23 
Jan. 20 

May 4 

Feb. 24 

Nov. 30 

Oct. 26 

Oct. 5 

Nov. 2 

July 6 

Oct. 26 
Nov. 16 
June 8 
Dec. 21 

Feb. 3 
Mar. 9 
Mar. 9 

Apr. 20 
May 11 

Nov. 23 
Jan. 
Apr. 27 
Apr. 13 



Nov. 9 
Mar. 30 

Apr. 27 
Mar. 30 
Feb. 17 
Feb. 17 

July 27 
June 15 

Jan. 
Apr. 13 
Aug. 10 
Jan. 13 
June 15 

Mar. 9 

May 25 
July 6 
July 27 

Mar. 16 

May 18 

Apr. 27 
Nov. 23 
Oct. 19 



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July 6 
Aug. 31 
Apr. 27 
Feb. 3 

Apr. 20 

May 11 
Nov. 2 
May 25 
June 15 
June 29 

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Dec. 14 

Dec. 28 
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396 

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1256 

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742 

1005 

22 

934 
1154 
1305 
1439 

242 
546 
546 

871 
1053 

1222 

28 

918 

844 



1085 
092 

947 
703 
370 
370 

215 
1382 

28 
630 
319 

77 
1371 

540 

1165 

25 

215 

602 

1126 

946 

1187 

898 



528 



25 
498 
918 
225 

£62 

1071 

990 

1195 

1382 

1462 

1482. 
1385 

l.i03 
805 
103 

1127 



82 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE. 



i 



Alpliabetical list of patentees — Continued 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Gregerson, George J., New Tort, assignor of one-lialf interest to E. L. Hayward, Port Rich- 
mond, N. T. Treating pine-leaves and other vegetable fibers 

Gregg, Joshua. (See Stiles, Herbert D., assignor.) 

Gregg, Romeo, IST. T. Shaw, and W. Felton, Columbus, Ohio. Cooling-board for corpses 

Gregg, AVashington P., Boston, Mass. Roller-skate 

Gregg, William L., Philadelphia, Pa. Brick-machine 

Gregory, Clark B., Beverly, N. J. Furnace - 

Gregory, George G., Brooklyn, N. T. Fish-hook wrapper 

Gregory, James T., Athens, Tenn. Pencil attachment for pantographs 

Gregory, Stephen, JonesviUe, Mich. Attaching tombstones to bases, &c 

Greig, Alfred, Leeds, England. Permanent way for railways 

Greives, John. (See Seeland, Frederick F., assignor.) 

Greth, "William, Buffalo, N. Y. RefriMrator 

Grey, Samuel H., et at (See Rushforth, William H., assignor.) 

Griener, Roman, EvansvUle, lud. Rocking-chair 

Grier, Robert M., O'Fallon, Mo. Gate 

Grieser, Leonhard, Minonk, 111. Corn-planter 

Griesingor, Phillip, et al. (See Page, Charles W., assimor.) 

Griessmayer, Philipp, Pforzheim, assignor to Volpp, Schwarz & Co., Freiburg, Baden, Gcr- ) 
many. Method of and machinery for cutting, grinding, and polishing glassware j 

Griest, John M., Chicago, 111. Ruffling or gathering attachment for sewing-machines 

Griffin, Ambrose, Freeport, Me. Steering apparatus for vessels 

Griffin, Caleb H., assignor of one-half interest to L. F. Wise, Boston, Mass. Dress-maker's 
chart 

Griffin, Caleb H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to L. F. Wise, Boston, Mass. Dress- 
maker's square 

Griffin, La Roy F. (See Fitts and Griffin.) 

Griffin, Martin G., Council Blufls, Iowa. Device for emptying tea out of the original tea- 
chest 

Griffin, Michael, assignor to J. W. Hart, Weymouth, Mass. Sole-channeling machine 

Griffin, Michael, assignor to J. W. Hart, Weymouth, Mass. Sole-channeling machine 

(jrriffing, Horace B. (See D'Arcus, Henry, assignor.) 

Griffith, Frederick W., et al. (See Shedlock, Alfred, assignor.) 

Griffith, Frederick W., New York, and G. P. Byrne, Brooklyn; said Griffith assignor to J. 
Forsythe, New York, N. Y. Paper-feeding machine 

Griffith, Goldsborough S., Jr., Baltimore, Md. Sample-exhibitor 

Griffith, Thomas B., Carver, Mass. Life-raft 

Griffith, William. (See Hamilton and Griffith.) 

Griffiths, Amos E., Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for condensing fumes 

Griffiths, Griffith W., Teoumseh, Micb. Pipe- wrench 

Griffiths, Harry S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Oscillating printing-press 

(Jriffiths, Thomas. (See Eiight, Henry, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

(jrriggs, A. Irving, New York, N. Y. Stove-board 

Griggs, A. Irving, New York, N. Y. Stove-board. (Reissue) 

Grilley, Charles T. (See Parker, Abijah S., assignor.) 

Grilley, Thomas M., assignor to M. Renz, Bridgeport, Conn. Pocket-knife 

(Jrimm, Daniel, Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany. Apparatus for utilizing exhaust-steam 

Grinberg, Adolf J., et al. (See Rosenfeld, Israil L., assignor.) 

Grinde, Hans S. (See Kniidson, Hans, assignor.) 

Grinnell, Frederick, Providence, R. I. Automatic fire-extinguisher 

Grinnell, Frederick, Providence, R. I. Automatic fire-extinguisher 

Grinnell, Frederick, Providence, R. I. Automatic fire-extinguisher 

Grinnell, Frederick, Providence, R. I. Fire-extingnisher 

Grinnell, Frederick, Providence, R. I. Automatic fire-extinguisher 

Grinnell, Frederick, Providence, R. I. Automatic fire-extinguisher : 

(jrrinnell, Ira L., Ann Arbor, Mich. Sewing-machine attachment 

Griscom, Samuel E. (See Vulpius, Edler H. C. A. T., assignor.) 
Griscom, William M., et al. (See Rippien, Adolph, assignor.) 

(iriscom, William W., Philadelphia, Pa. Electro-magnetic motor 

Griscom, William W., Philadelphia, Pa. Electro-magnetic motor 

Griscom. William W., Philadelijhia. Pa. Regulating electro-magnetic motors 

Gris6, Odilon, Springfield, Mass. Thill-coupling 

Grisham, John O., State Line, Miss. Corn cutting and grinding mill 

Griswold, Edmond, and J. D. Moran, New York, N. Y. Fruit-jar 

Griswold, Frank W., Providence, R. I. Annunciator for fire-alarm telegraphs 

Griswold, Henry J., London, England, assignor to himself and H. A.Lathrop, Sharon, Mass. 

Stocking .'.... 

Griswold, Homer A., et al. (See Brickett, John, assignor.) 

Griswold, John, et al. (See Emerson, Orlando S., assignor.) 

Griswold, John, assignor to himself and H. J. Burton; said Griswold and Burton assignors 

of one-half interest to 0. S. Emerson and J. S. Graham,Elkhart, Ind. Safety-valve 

Griswold, John A., Portland, Mich. Handling barrels 

Griswold, Joseph CJ-. (See Marable, Thomas E., assignor.) 
Griswold, Matthew, Jr. (See Selden and Griswold.) 

Griswold, Pardon H., Tonawanda, N. Y. Shingle-cutting machine 

Griswold, William L. (See Stow, Nelson, assignor.) 

Grizzel, John, Augusta, Ark. Balin^-press 

Groat, William R. (See Mason and Groat.) 

Groesbeck, David, New York, N. Y. Ventilating apparatus 

Groesbeck, David, New York, N. Y. Spark-arrester 

Groflf. Adam B., Bareville, Pa. Railway-ticket 

Groom, Patrick W., St. Louis, Mo. Handle-socket for shovels, spades, and scoops 

Groom, Wallace P., Brooklyn, N. Y. Baling-press 

Groom, Wallace P., Brooklyn, N. Y. Treatmg seed-cotton 

Groom, Wallace P., Brooklyn, N. Y. Process of and apparatus for separating trash from 

seed-cotton 

Groshon, John A., New York, N. Y. Elevator 

Groshon, John A., New York, N. Y. Elevator 

Gross, John F., Canton, Ohio. Car-coupling 

Gro.ss, John G., Saline, Mich. Plow 



No. 


Date. 


Monthly 
volume. 


Official 
Gazette. 




n 


i 


a5 


229,248 


June 29 


1309 




17 


1458 


234,980 
233,845 


Nov. 30 
Nov. 2 


1452 

24 


390 
6 


18 
18 


1256 
990 


229,247 


June 29 


1306 


C 360 
1361 


i" 


1458 


228,061 


May 25 


1143 


(325 
J 326 


!" 


1194 


232,706 
228,062 
230,546 
226,308 


Sept. 28 
May 25 
July 27 
Apr. 6 


995 
1146 
1254 

184 


274 

326 

334 

53,54 


18 
17 
18 
17 


711 
1195 

227 
779 


230,771 


Aug. 3 


199 


58 


18 


279 


232,023 
231,560 
229,696 


Sept. 7 
Aug. 24 
July 


179 

1108 

211 


47 
311 

58 


18 
18 
18 


553 

44& 

39 


235,524 


Dec. 14 


577 


C164 
1165 


|18 


1385 


228,457 
232,487 


June 8 
Sept. 21 


351 

746 


96 

207 


17 

18 


1293 
662 


228,527 


June 8 


439 


120 


17 


1305 


234,273 


Nov. 9 


551 


150 


18 


1086 


235,082 
234,272 
235,525 


Dec. 7 
Nov. 9 
Dec. 14 


25 
550 
580 


8 
150 
165 


18 
18 
18 


1285 
1086 
1386 


234,469 
232,639 
235,946 


Nov. 16 
Sept. 28 
Dec. 28 


800 

920 

1107 


215 
253 
306 


18 
18 
18 


1137 
699 

1488 


235,148 
227,768 
227,520 


Dec. 7 
May 18 
May 11 


107 
790 
498 


31 
223 
143 


18 
17 
17 


1299 
1127 
1071 


230,002 
9,486 


July 13 
Dec. 7 


575 
313 


160 

88 


18 
18 


103 
1333 


233,091 
226,850 


Oct. 12 
Apr. 27 


369 

842 


102 
234 


18 
17 


805 
919 


231,711 


Aug. 31 


1289 


(362 
1363 


|18 


481 


231,712 
231,713 
231,714 
231,715 
231,716 
230,478 


Aug. 31 
Aug. 31 
Aug. 31 
Aug. 31 
Aug. 31 
July 27 


1291 
1292 
1293 
1294 
1296 
1182 


363 
363 
364 
364 
364 
333 


18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 


482 
482 
482 
482 
483 
215 


227,622 
227,623 
228,888 
228,993 
230,547 
225,752 
232,707 


May 18 
May 18 
June 15 
June 22 
July 27 
Mar. 23 
Sept. 28 


619 
620 
902 
1039 
1255 
925 
996 


178 
178 
247 
283 
354 
268 
274 


17 
17 
17 
17 
18 
17 
18 


1102 

1102 

1382 

1410 

928 

W> 

711 


229,401 


June 29 


1499 


413 


17 


1483 


232,708 
224,527 


Sept. 28 
Feb. 17 


997 
043 


275 
185 


18 
17 


711 

339 


224,333 


Feb. 10 


421 


120 


17 


292 


232,260 


Sept. 14 


462 


128 


18 


609 


232,488 
235,762 
225,009 
230,003 
226,998 
227,767 


Sept. 21 
Dec. 21 
Mar. 2 
July 13 
Apr. 27 
May 18 


747 
862 
30 
576 
1019 
789 


207 

241 

9 

160 

283 


18 
18 
17 
18 
17 
17 


662 
1440 
462 
103 
947 
1127 


233,847 
224,900 
225,473 
229,400 
225,053 


Nov. 2 
Feb. 24 
Mar. 16 
June 29 
Mar. 2 


26 

1095 

589 

1497 

94 


7 
313 
171 
412 

20 


18 
17 
17 
17 
17 


991 
429 

578 
1483 

472 



.UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Alphdbeiical list of patentees — Continued. 



83 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Gross, Kobert E. (See ililler and Gross.) 

Gross, Sanrnel E., Chicago, 111. Map 

Grosscnp, Fred P., et al. (See ilcAnulty, JoLn A., assignor.) 

Grossius, John, Cinciunati, Ohio. School-house stove 

Grossmann, TVilliam, Chesterfield County, Va. Artificial wood 

Grout, Charles P., New York, N. Y., assignor to- J. TV. and J. C. White and H. M. Lewis, 
trustees, llachine for transmitting motion. (Reissue) 

Grout, Charles P., and W. E. Burk, New York, N. Y. ; said Burt assignor to said Grout. 
Bar counter and mat 

Grout, George L., Worcester, Mass. Eeed-organ 

Grove, Joseph, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Fire-proof safe 

Grover, R. W. (See Hall, Frank H., assignor.) 

Groves, Arthur, La Due, Mo. Churn 

Groves, William F., Oil City, Pa. Burial-vault or tomb 

Grows, John W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cover for sink-outlets 

Grows, John AY., Brooklyn, N. Y. Float-trap for wash-basins, &c 

Gmbbs, AVilliam H., Bucklin, Mo. Picture-frame molding 

(inibe. Jefferson, Auburn, Ind. Grain-separator 

Grube, Jefferson, Auburn, Ind. (Jrain-separator 

Gruber, John P., Jersey City, N. J. Faucet 

Gruman, George B., BranchvUle, Conn. Snow-scraping machine 

Grander, Christian, and J. H. Moyer, Reading, Pa. Harness-pad 

Grundy, James, New Bedford, Mass. Glass pitcher 

Grush, Andrew J., and J. Lockhart, Macon County, HI. ; said Grush assignor to said Lock- 
hart. Check-rower for corn-planters 

Guard, Chauncey H., Dayton. Ohio. Hub 

Gubbins, John F., Chicago, 111. Oflfal-drier 

Guc, Albert F., and G. F. Field, Boston, Mass., assignors to American Standard Brake 
Company, Concord, N. H. Car-brake 

Gue, David J., and J. C. Grant, assignors to themselves and J. Swivel, New York, N. Y. 
Preparing extract of cotfee 

Gue, David' J., and J. C. Grant, assignors to themselves and J. Swivel, New York, N. Y. 
Extract of coffee 

Gnerber, Frederick S. (See Jackson and Guerber.) 

Guerber, Frederick S. (See TUden and Guerber.) 

Guernsey, Jane M. (See Guernsey. William B., assignor.) 

Guernsey, William B., assignor to J. M. Guernsey, Norwich, N. Y. Horse-hame and pad } 
therefor 5 

Guest, John H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric lamp 

Guest, John H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric lamp 

Guest, John H.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric lamp 

Guild, Frederick, Canton, assignor of one-half interest to G. F. Hall, Boston, Mass. Win- 
dow and door protector 

Guild & Garrison. (See Guild, William H., Jr., assignor.) 

Guild, Gilbert G., New York, N. Y. Machine for polishing small articles 

Guild, George M.. Boston, Mass. Action-frame for upright pianos 

Guild, William H.. Jr., assignor to Guild & Garrison, Brooklyn, N. Y. Vacuum-pump 

Guilder, Absalom R., Minneapolis, Minn. Middlings-purifier 

Guinean, Thomas, Sacramento, Cal. Filter 

Guinn, Jesse L., Okolona, Miss. Wagon-lock 

GuUick, Edwin. (See Lefferts, Henry D. B., assignor.) 

Gnm, Joseph S. (See Yan Auker and Gum.) 

Gum, Joseph S., Fowler, Ind. Plow 

Gump, William E.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Stereotype-casting box 

Gunckel, Patrick H., administrator. (See Regan, Bernard.) (Reissue.) 

Gunn, Daniel A., Weston, Ohio. Velocipede 

Gunnels, John W., and D. O. Shives, Hancock, Md. Mower 

Gonning, James F. J., assignor of one-half to M. Adler, New Haven, Conn. Guide for sew- 
ing-machines 

Gunning, Michael G., Amesbury, Mass. Suspenders 

Gunter, Levi, Gunther's Mills, S. C. Log-tripper 

Gnnther, George A., Bath, and W. Kowalski, Brooklyn, N. Y. Locomotive spark-extin- 
guisher 

Gnnther, George A., Bath, and W. Kowalski, Brooklyn, N. Y. Spark-arrester 

(jruptaU, Dan. Elgin, 111., assignor, by mesne assignments, to C. La Dow. Cultivator. 



issue). 



(Re- 



Gurd, William J., Sarnia, Ontario, Canada. Interest-calculator 

Gurley, William F. E., assignor of one-half interest to E. G. Smith, Danville, HI. 
case" . 



232,261 

227,760 
225,822 

0,284 

234,028 
229,605 
223,502 

226,911 
226,743 
234,402 
235,629 
224,590 
225,367 
235,229 
232,709 
234,470 
234,125 
227,426 

233,927 
235,630 
230,128 

233,850 

228,889 

229,097 



231,664 

225,594 
233,236 
233,346 

227,355 

224,080 
227,024 
224,179 
225,218 
235,704 
224,681 



231,308 
233,749 



Jewel- 



Gustaveson, Charles J., Salt Lake City, Utah. Hopple. 

Gutekunst, F. (See Jacobi, Emil, assignor.) 

Guth, Henry, New York, N. Y. Ventilating- valve for fermenting casks. 



Gutzkow, Frederick, San Francisco, Cal. Manufacture of carbonate of magnesia 

Guy, Constant, Paris, France, assignor of one-fiftieth interest to H. Lee, New York, N. Y. \ 

Plate-printins machine. (Reissue) 5 

Guy. William S.. Nottoway Court -House, Va. Tobacco-hoisting ai^paratus 

Guy, William S., Nottoway Court-House, Va. Tobacco-hoisting apparatus 

Guycr, Adelbert. Denver. Ind. Car-coupling 

Guyer. Clinton. Mnncy, Pa. Breech-loading flre-ai-m 

Haag, Adam W., Fleetwood, Pa. Windmill 

Haas, Harry L., assignor of one-fourth interest to A. Levett, New York, N. Y. Solution 

for nickel-plating 

Haas, Philip M.. WaiTeu, Ohio. Machine for turning balusters 

Haas, Pliili]) M.. WaiTon, Ohio. Machine for dressing millstones 

Haas, William. Lyndon. Kans. Washing-machine 

Habcl, Petfi-. Chicago, Dl. Axle-lubricator 

Hacheney. William. San Fi-ancisco. Cal. Tuibine water-wheel 

Hackett, Richard, Osbkosh, Wis. Mortising-chisel 

Hackman. Amandes. and G. W. Tinsley, Blakesburg, Iowa. Nut-lock 

Hacknian. Thomas W. (See Morgan and Hackman.) 

Hiuhkii. William, New York, N. Y. Duplex telegraph 

lladden, Willi.im, Brooklyn, assignor to T. T. Eckert, J. W. Clendenin, D. H. Bates, New 

York. N. Y., and R. Garrett, Baltimore, Md. Electric signaling-instrument 

Hadfield, George W., and F. E. Clark, Brooklj-n, N. Y., assignors to W. H. Lum. Lamp 

and holder. (Reissue) 



233,071 

228,890 

234,181 
234,029 
235,763 

234,274 
23,5,230 

9,087 
229,118 

230,548 
234,562 

225,308 
235,231 

9,317 

228,342 
231,309 
225,981 
226,744 
233,237 

230,872 
226,912 
228,630 
225,278 
223,285 
228,629 
234,669 
225,121 

228,458 

231,794 

9,423 



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Sept. 14 

May 18 
Mar. 23 

July 

Nov. 2 
July 6 
Jan. 13 

Apr. 27 
Apr. 20 
Nov. 16 
Dec. 21 
Feb. 17 
Mar. 9 
Dec. 7 
Sept. 28 
Nov. 16 
Nov. 9 
May 11 

Nov. 2 
Dec. 21 
July 20 

Nov. 2 

June 15 

July 



Aug. 31 

Mar. 16 
Oct. 12 
Oct. 19 

May 11 

Feb. 3 

May 18 

Feli. 3 

Mar. 9 

Dec. 21 

Feb. 17 



Aug. 17 
Oct. 26 

Oct. 26 
June 15 

Nov. 9 
Nov. 2 
Dec. 21 

Nov. 9 
Dec. 7 

Feb. 17 
June 22 

July 27 
Nov. 16 



Mar. 
Dec. 



July 20 

June 1 
Aug. 17 
Mar. 30 
Apr. 20 
Oct. 12 

Aug. 10 
Apr. 27 
June 8 
Mar. 9 
Jan. 
June 8 
Nov. 23 
Mar. 2 

June 8 

Aug. 31 

Oct. 19 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



463 

788 
1003 

334 

252 
113 
363 

915 
706 
724 
710 
724 
461 
205 
998 
802 
371 
395 

114 
710 
730 

30 

903 

212 



1236 

722 
.541 
699 

318 

136 
621 
230 

278 
864 
825 



826 
1185 

1100 
904 

430 
253 
863 

552 
206 

928 
1170 

1256 
911 

461 
207 

1004 

209 
820 
1204 
707 
542 

332 
910 
508 
301 
94 
507 
1070 
165 

353 

1393 

989 



(347 

J 348 

213 

150 

191 

92,93 

38,39 

178 

09 

80 

241 

234 



232 
329 

306 
247 

118 

69 

241 

150 
50 

264 
320 

354 
245 

134 



(299 
)300 
59 
■232 
341 
190 
150 



255 
151 
106 

23 
150 
288 

47 

90 
393 
274 






128 
223 



92 

08 
30 
97 

255 
196 
195 
201 
206 
134 
56 
275 
215 
102 
115 

31 

201 
204 



18 

17 
17 

18 

18 
18 
17 

17 

17 

18 
18 
17 
17 



Sh 



609 

1127 
658 

57 

1027 



930 
885 
1124 
1414 
353 
540 



18 1315 

18 I 712 



18 
18 
17 

18 
18 
18 

18 



1137 
1055 
1053 

1006 

1414 

137 

991 



17 ! 1382 

18 39 



^18 

17 
18 
18 

17 

17 
17 
17 
17 
18 
17 



18 
18 

18 
17 

18 
18 

18 



473 

002 
835 
868 

1041 

225 
1102 

242 

517 
1440 

370 



395 
959 

945 
1383 

1067 
1027 
1440 



18 1087 
18 1315 

I 

17 i 387 

17 I 1429 

18 I 228 
18 , 1155 

17 I 540 

18 I 1315 

>18 ; 190 

17 I 1261 

18 I 395 
17 i 703 

17 i 885 

18 ! 835 



18 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
18 
17 

17 

18 

18 



309 

931 
1324 

530 
18 
1324' 
1188 

484 

1293 
498 
918 



84 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Hadley, Benjamin H., Providence, K. I. Belt-sliipper 

Hadley, Charles H., New London, Conn. Sheave tor pulley-blocks 

Hadley, Edson P., Shelbume Falls, and T.Joyce, Buckland; said Joyce assignor to M. D. 

Hawes, Leominster, Mass. Shank support and protector for boots and shoes 

Hadley, George "W., assignor of one-half interest to T. C. Page, Cliicopee Falls, Mass. 

Breech-loading fire-arm 

Hafely, Alfred C., assignor to Koch, Sons & Co., New York, N". T. Package for pencils. . . 
Hafely, Alfred C., New York, assignor to W. C. Horn, Brooklyn, N. Y. Lead and crayon 

holder 

Hafif, Edward P., New York, N. Y. Crochet-needle 

Hafif; EdwardP., New York, N. Y. Holder for tape, &c 

Haffcke, Charles, New York, N. Y. Baking apparatus 



Hafuer, Henry, et al. (See Quick, William B., assignor.) 

Hafner, Joseph, SpringviUe, Cal. Plow 

Hagen, Augustus A. (See Crossley and Hagen.) 

Hagcrty, Clark, KiUmoreville, Ind. Drag-sawing macbine 

Hagerty, James S., et al. (See Solter, John, assignor.) 

Hagerty, James S., Baltimore, Md. Foot-bath 

Hagertj', Michael H. (See Weise, Frederic A., assignor.) 

Hagerty, Michael H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Glass stopper 

Hagmann, Joseph, and F. Sauer, Washington, D. C. Kefrigerating show-case 

Hagstoz, Thomas B., et al. (See Mueller, Theodore, assignor.) 
Hague, Will, et al. (See Atherton, Robert, assignor.) (Keissue.) 

Haigh, Joseph P., Hamilton, Ohio. Wrench 

Haight, John B., Cincuinati, Ohio. Wire cinder-shovel 

Haight, Lansing, Sonora, Cal. Crushing, grinding, and amalgamating machine 

Haight, Moses E. (See Donbler, John W. H., assignor.) 

Haight, Stephen S., Now York, N. Y. Stock-car , 

Haile, James T. (See Crowder and Hailo.) 

Hailo, James T., WMtesborough, Tex. Hand-press for fruit, &c 

Haiman, Elias, Atlanta, Ga. Bale-tie 

Haines, Edward W., Elizabeth, N. J. Game apparatus for lawn-bowling 

Haines, JoelR., Mount Laurel, N. J. Self-locking hook 

Haines, John W., Cambridge, Mass. Key for piano-fortes 

Haines, John W., Cambridge, Mass. Decorating glass lamps 

Haish, Jacob, Do Kalb, HI. JJarbed fence-wire. (Reissue) 

Hake, Cecil N., Albyn Hovise, Fulham, England. Manufacture of potassium sulphate from 
kainit 



"Hakes, Henry B. (See Matthews, Elbridge G., assignor.) 

iHalhach, Herman F., assignor of ono-balf' interest to H. H. Faust, Baltimore, Md. Boot 
and shoe heel trimming machine 

Halbert. Louis J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Slate-cleaner 

"Halcroft, Henry, Media, assignor of one-half interest to L. Palmer, Concordville, Pa. Shed- 
ding mechanism for looms 

Hale, Dnniel, Georgetown, Mass. Upright steam-boiler 

'Hale, Edwai'd, Wigan, England, assignor to J. J. McComb, New York, N. Y. Metallic 



hoop- 



Halc, Edward, AVigan, England, assignor to J. J. McComb, New York, N. Y. Barrel-hoop . . 
"Halo, Elias J. (See Fulton, William H., assignor.) 

3lale, George C, Kansas City, Mo. Harness 

IHalc, Henry S., Philadelphia, Pa. Convertible nursery-chair 

Hale, Henry S., Philadelphia, Pa. Wardrobe-bedstead 

Hale, James A., and W. K. Ramsey, Baltimore, Md. Refrigerator 

Bale, Robert, Minneapolis, Minn. Implement Jfor gathering fruit 

Hale, William C. (Seo Patterson and Hale.) 

Hale, William E., (Chicago, lU., assignor to Hydraulic Elevator Company. Hydraulic ele- 
vator 



Hale, William P., Brookport, N. Y. Paddle-wbeel 

Haley, Jonathan, assignor to W. Haley, Pittsburg, Pa. Glass-press. 
Haley, Samuel W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Phosphated nutritive powder. . . 
Haley, William. (See Haley, Jonathan, assignor.) 
Haley, William, Pittsburg, Pa. Tool for making glass pitchers, &c.. 

Haley, William, Pittsburg, Pa. Mold for pressed glassware 



Hall, Albert E., Boston, Mass. Dredging-scoop 

Hall, Alfred, Perth Amboy, N. J. Terra-cotta kihi 

Hall, Alfred H., Boston, Mass. Safety appliance for elevators 

Hall, Cassius L., Ypsilanti, Mich. Coffee-roaster 

Hall, Edgar C, lone, and C. D. Smith, Amador City, Cal. Vise 

Hall, Edwin R. (See Davis, William S., assignor.) 

Hall, Francis A., and N. B. Milton, Monroe, La., assignors ofone-third interest to D.Steiuau. 

Combined scraper, chopper, and dirter 

Hall, Frank H., Su^arGrove, assignorof one-half to R. W.Grover, Chicago, HI. Apparatus 

for skimming milk 

Hall, George B. (See Boles and Hall.) 

HaU, George F. (See Guild, Frederick, assignor.) 

Hall, Giles, East St. Louis, HI. Machine for separating precious metals from their ores — 

HaU, Gordon W., assignor to himself and A. O. Whittemoro, Havana, N. Y. Propeller for 

canal-boats 

Hall, Gordon W., assignor to himself and A. O. Whittemore, Havana, N. Y. Steam-boiler. . 

Hall, G orham 0., St. Louis, Mo. Tenoning-machine 

Hall, Isaac, Boston, Mass. Shoe 

.Hall, James, Highland Mills, N. Y. Machine for making cordage 

Hall, James, Glen Cove, N. Y. Fastening for cans 

Hall, James F., Havana, N. Y. Tise 

Hall, James M. F., and J. H. S. Coleman, Davenport, Iowa. Wrench 

Hall, James P. (See Berkholz, John, assignor.) 
Hall, James W. (See WinohoU, James F., assignor.) 
Hall, Jennison C. (See Bailey, William H., assignor.) 

Hall, John, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Air-brake for railway-trains 

Hall, John, Watertown, Mass. Dress-form 

Hall, John, Watertown, Mass. Adjustable dress-form 



No. 


Date. 


Monthly 
volume. 


Official 

Gazette. 


6 





t 


1 


234,563 
223,795 


Nov. 16 
Jan. 20 


912 

702 


245 
189 


18 
17 


1155 
141 


234,030 


Nov. 2 


254 


69 


18 


1027 


232,816 
230,772 


Oct. 5 
Aug. 3 


24 
201 


7 
58 


18 
18 


742 
279 


232,607 
229,402 
229,403 


Sept. 28 
June 29 
June 29 


883 
1500 
1501 


244 
413 
413 


18 
17 
17 


692 
1483 
1483 


228,753 


June 15 


739 


C203 
1204 


l'^ 


1300 


228,813 


June 15 


820 


224 


17 


1371 


226,064 


Mar. 30 


1301 


367 


17 


719 


226,063 


Mar. 30 


1300 


366 


17 


718 


223,503 
226,169 


Jan. 13 
Apr. 6 


364 
24 


97 

7 


17 
17 


77 
750 


235,083 
229,119 
224,087 


Dec. 7 
June 22 
Feb. 3 


26 

1171 

138 


8 

321 

39 


18 
17 
17 


1285 

1430 

226 


232,262 


Sept. 14 


464 


(128 
)129 


S'= 


609 


232,029 
226,851 
232,606 
224,423 
225,700 
223,701 
9,036 


Sept. 7 
Apr. 27 
Sept. 28 
Feb. 10 
Mar. 23 
Mar. 23 
Jan. 6 


187 
843 
881 
518 
860 
860 
271 


50 
234 
244 
148 
251 
251 

71 


18 
17 
18 
17 
17 
17 
17 


555 
919 
- 692 
308 
635 
635 
49 


229,249 


Juno 29 


1310 




17 


1458 


232,180 
233,238 


Sept. 14 
Oct. 12 


365 
543 


101 
151 


18 
18 


592 
835 


228,191 
227,105 


June 1 
May 4 


36 
16 


11 
5,6 


17 

17 


1233 

981 


226,065 
229,699 


Mar. 30 
July 6 


1302 
214 


367 

58 


17 

18 


719 
39 


229,120 
224,181 
226,310 
225,595 
233,410 


June 22 
Feb. 3 
Apr. 6 
Mar. 16 
Oct. 19 


1171 
238 

187 
723 

782 


321 

70 

55 

213 

215 


17 
17 
17 
17 

18 


1430 
243 

780 
602 
882 


224,901 
226,999 
227,103 
230,415 


Feb. 24 
Apr. 27 
May 4 
July 27 


1097 

1023 

15 

1102 


314 

283 
4 


17 

17 
17 

18 


429 
947 
981 
202 


233,672 


Oct. 26 


1101 


306 


18 


945 


234,564 


Nov. 16 


913 


(245 
>246 


(18 


1155 


231,665 
230,479 
230,006 
231,486 
232,959 


Aug. 31 
July 27 
July 13 
Aug. 24 
Oct. 5 


1237 
1183 

580 
1022 

197 


348 
333 
160 

287 
52 


18 
18 
18 
18 
18 


473 
215 
104 
433 
770 


233,241 


Oct. 12 


546 


151 


18 


830 


234,070 


Nov. 23 


1071 


288 


18 


1188 


234,565 


Nov. 16 


916 


(246 
)247 


}l8 


1156 


227,245 
232,024 
231,310 
224,528 
220,309 
228,343 
230,005 
230,270 


May 4 
Sept. 7 
Aug. 17 
Feb. 17 
Apr. 6 
June 1 
July 13 
July 20 


185 
180 
827 
643 
185 
210 
578 
902 


54 

48 

233 

185 

54 

59 

160 

256 


17 
18 
18 
17 
17 
17 
18 
18 


1008 
553 
395 
339 
780 

1261 
103 
163 


231,311 
233,239 
233,240 


Aug. 17 
Oct. 12 
Oct. 12 


828 
544 
545 


233 
151 
151 


18 
18 
18 


395 
835 
836 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



85 



N"amo, residence, and invention. 



Hall, Jonathan, and C. II. Lane, Keene, assignors of one-third interest to G. F. Lane, East 
Swanzoy, N. H. Steam-l)oiler 

Hall, Joseph L. (See Flint, Benjamin F., assignor.) 

Hall, Joseph L. (See MoDoffee, Franklin, assignor.) (Eeissuo.) 

Hall, Leonard H., Erie, Pa. Hoisting-machine. (Reissue) 

Hall, Leonard H., Erie, Pa. Portable hoisting-engine 

Hall Manufacturing Company. (See Le'svis, Mortimer G., assignor.) 

Hall, Moses P., Hinsdale, N.T. Drag-saw 

Hall, Moses Y., Vinal Haven, Me. Bag-tie 

Hall Railway Signal Company. (See Hall, Thomas S., assignor.) 

Hall, Ross, Millorshurg, Ohiol Heating stove and grate 

Hall, Samuel, Chicago, 111. Baker's oven 

Hall, Thomas S., Brattlcborough, Vt. Electro-magnetic railway-signal 

Hall, Thomas S., assignor to Hall Railway Signal Company, Moriden, Conn. Electro-mag- 
netic switch appara'tus for railway-tracks 

Hall, Thursten tr., assignor of one-half interest to G. H. Van Vleck, Buffalo, N. Y. Appa- 
ratus for extracting metal from ores 

Hall, Thurston G., assignor of one-half interest to G. H. Van Vleck, Buffalo, ST. Y. Appa- 
ratus for extracting metals from ores 

Hall, William F., Boston, Mass. Latch " 

Hall, "William H., Do "Witt, Iowa. Clearing device for millstones 

Halladay, Daniel, Batavia, 111. Stavo-crozing machine 

Halladay. Daniel, Batavia, HI. Machine for "sawing tank-staves 

Hallahan, Daniel F., Philadelphia, Pa. Edge trimmer and burnisher 

Hallenbeck, Matthew L., Georgetown, Tex. Turbine wheel 

Haller, Martin, Ann Arbor, Mich. Ear-piercer 

Halley, Samuel D., assignor of one-half interest to "W. Daman, St. Louis, Mo. Combined 
snuare, protractor, &c 

Hallner, John, Saunders, K^ebr. Rotary pump 

Hallock, Robert F. L., Valliceto, Cal. Blasting 

Hallock, Valentino H., Queens, If. Y. Cooling and drying while reducing grain into Hour. . 

Hallock, Valentine H., Queens, assignor of one-third interest to J. ConkUn, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Belt-tightener 

Halsey, Abraham, San Francisco, Cal. Seal-lock 

Halsey, A. J. (See Hunt, Henry C, assignor.) 

Halsey, James T., Philadelphia-, Pa. Switch-stand and interlocking apparatus 

Halsey, "^'illiam H., assignor to Celluloid Fancy Goods Company, Newark, !N". J. Appara- 
tus for and process of t'orming thimble-blanks of celluloid and other materials 

Halstead, Charles B., Rantoul, ill. Castrating-instrument 

Haltom, Samuel, Lawsonville. Tex. Car-coupling 

Halvorson," Halvor, Nashua, N. H. Desiccating vegetables 

Halvorson, Halvor, Nashua, N. H. Desiccating eggs 

Ham, Charles T., et al. (See Orphy, John "W., assignor.) 

Ham, Charles T., assignor of one-half interest to F. D. Clarke, Rochester, N. Y. Lantern.. 

Hamaker, David L. (See "Wolf, Augustus and A. N., assignors.) (Reissue.) 

Haman, Isaac N. (See Adams, James A., assignor.) 

Haman, "William H., Philadelphia, Pa. Combined wardrobe and trunk 

Haman, "William H.: PhUadolphia, Pa. Spring rocking-chair 

Hamann, August, Hoboken, N. J., assignor to J. A. Deknatel, Brooklyn, N. Y. Glass but- 
ton and mold for manufactnKng the same 

Hamblin, Floyd, Boonvillo, N. Y. "Washing-machine 

Hamblin, James B., assignor to "Withington & Cooley Manufacturing Company, Jackson, ? 
Mich. Manufacture of soUd-shank cast-steel rakes ) 

Hames, Arthur. (See Aston and Hames.) 

Hamilton, David B., Fletcher. Ohio. Gate 

Hamilton, Edward, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Dutcher Temple Company, Hopedale, 
Mass. Loom-temple 

Hamilton, Emery M., assignor to C. T. Raynolds & Co., New York, N. Y. Perspective dia- 
gram-sheet 

Hamilton, James, Grca- Falls, assignor of one-half interest to I. Eaton, Nashua, N. H. 
Spindle for loom-shuttles. (Reissue) 

Hamilton, Jessie M. (See Hamilton, "William B., assignor.) 

Hamilton, Ralph E., Roval Oak. Mich. Press 

Hamilton, Robert, Franklin. lud. Harrow and seed-sower 

Hamilton, Robert H., and "W. Griffith, assignors to themselves, C. L. and AV. A. Magee, 
Pittsburg. Pa. Manufacture of iron 

Hamilton, Robert H., and "W. Griffith, assignors to themselves, C. L. and "W. A. Magee, 
Pittsburg, Pa. Manufacture of iron 

Hamilton, Samuel R. (See Wilcoxson, Coulmon "W., assignor.) 

Hamilton Steeled "Wheel Company. (See Hamilton, "William G., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Hamilton, Thomas H., assignor to T. Tansley, Jr., and A. McHvain, Baltimore, Md. Ma- 
chine for soldering square cans 

Hamilton, Thomas U., Baltimore. Md. Can-soldering machine 

Hamilton, Thomas "U'., Springfield, Mass. Automatic gas-extinguisher 

Hamilton, AVilliam B., assignor to J. M. Hamilton, Hyde Park, 111. Lock-box cover 

Hamilton, AVilliam B., Briensbtirg, Ky. "Wagon-brake 

Hamilton, "William G., Ramapo, N. Y., assignor to Hamilton Steeled "Wheel Company, 
Philadelphia. Pa. Manufacturing cast chilled railway- wheels. (Reissue) 

Hamilton. William R., Pittsburg. Pa. Ball-trap 

Hamlet, William, Merced, Cal. Machine for forming and laying continuous drain-pipes 

Hamlin, Charles A., Greenbush, assignor to Ransom Stove "Works, Albany, N. Y. Damper 
for stoves 

Hamlin, Charles A., Greenbush, assignor to Ransom Stove Works, Albany, N. Y. Stove.. 

Hamman, Daniel, Bpa.son, HI. Railway cattle-gate 

Hammehnann, Charles, Buffalo, N. Y. ' Velocipede 1 

Hammelmann, Charles, Buffalo, N. Y. Mechanical movement 

Hammer, C. Otto, assizor to D. Hammer, Allegheny, Pa. Torch 

Hammer, Dora. (See Hammer, C. Otto, assignor.) 

Hammer, Gustav F., Cincinnati. Ohio. Automatic cylinder-cock. (Reissue) 

Hammer, Thorvald F.. Branford, Conn. Machine for boring and tapping pipe-bends 

Hammerstein, Oscar. New York. N. Y. Wash-stand 



No. 



232,1-21 



9,095 
227,104 

223,504 
224,180 

232,263 
232,204 
232,025 

234,031 

232,889 

233,505 
231,501 
230,269 
2.32,489 
232,490 
229,698 
231,104 
231,030 

223,7-27 
228,344 
232,640 
224,823 

226,311 
235,356 

227,688 

224,682 
234,914 
233,092 
230,004 
233,750 

230,873 



227,428 
235,232 

236,022 
223,728 

227,521 

234,471 

228,346 

229,404 

9,093 

225,122 
230,271 

226,400 

231,563 



233,073 
235,428 
224,776 
225,123 
234,276 

9,487 
232,347 
231,908 

227,895 

201,103 

228,459 
225,010 

225,702 

232,205 

9,058 
231,312 
223,907 



Date. 



Sept. 14 

Feb. 24 
May 4 

Jan. 13 
Feb. 3 

Sept. 14 
Sept. 14 
Sept. 7 

Nov. 2 

Oct. 5 

Oct. 19 
Aug. 24 
July 20 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 21 
July 6 
Aug. 17 
Aug. 10 

Jan. 20 
June 1 
Sept. 28 
Feb. 24 

Apr. 
Dec. 14 



May 18 

Feb. 17 

Nov. 30 

Oct. 12 

July 13 

Oct 26 

Aug. 10 



May 11 
Dec. 7 

Dec. 28 
Jan. 20 

May 11 

Nov. IC 

June 1 

June 29 

Feb. 24 

Mar. 2 
July 20 

Apr. 13 

Aug. 24 



Oct. 20 

Dec. 14 

Feb. 24 

Mar. 2 

Nov. 9 

Dec. 7 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 7 

May 25 

Aug. 17 

June 8 
Mar. 2 

Mar. 23 

Sept. 14 

Jan. 27 
Aug. 17 
Jan. 27 



Monthly 
volume. 



Pi 



293 



1179 
16 

365 
237 

466 
467 
180 

255 

115 

882 
1109 
901 
750 
751 
213 
664 
511 

626 

210 

921 

1008 

187 
369 

094 

825 

1370 

370 

576 

1186 

333 



399 

208 

1198 
627 

500 



803 

212 

1501 

1177 

166 

902 

288 

nil 



1102 
459 
953 
167 
554 

314 

575 
36 

952 

GOl 

354 
32 

861 

468 

937 
829 

858 



338 
5 

97 
69 

129 

129 

48,49 

69 

30 

244 
311 
256 
208 
208 
58 
187 
144 

168 

59 

253 

286 

55 
101 

( 197 
il98 

234 
368 
102 



97 

116 
56 

331 

168 

:i43 

; 144 

215 

GO 

414 

337 

47 
257 



306 
130 
271 
47 
151 



158 



273 
C186 
il87 
97 
9,10 
C251 
J 252 

130 

250 
233 

228 



Official 
Gazette. 



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18 
18 
18 

18 

18 

18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 

17 
17 
18 
17 

17 
18 

}- 

17 

18 
18 
18 
18 

18 



17 

18 

18 
17 

1- 

18 

17 

17 

17 

17 

18 

17 
18 



18 
18 
17 
17 
18 

18 
18 
18 

17 

JlS 

17 
17 

>17 

18 

17 
18 

17 



to 

=3 



580 



443 

981 

77 
243 

010 
CIO 
554 

1028 

757 

898 
446 
1G3 
663 
CCS 
39 
368 
336 

129 

1261 

699 

415 

7.S0 
1350 



1112 

370 
1243 

805 
103 
960 

309 



1053 
1315 

1503 
129 

1071 



1137 

1261 

1483 

442 

484 
163 

808 

446, 



945 

13C6 

406 

484 

1087- 

1333- 
634 
530 

1165 

368 

1293 
462 

635 

610 

189 
395 
176 



86 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued 



Name, residence, and invention. 



nammesfahr, Hermann, assignor to T. B. and J. S. Atterliury, Pittsburg, Pa. Glass cloth 
or fabric 

nammett, James "W., "Willow Island, W. Va. Apparatus for making wells 

Hammett, James W., "Willow Island, AV. "Va. Fence 

Hammill, Richard, Chicago, HI. Lantern 

Hammon, Wendell P. (See Lawrence, Earamon, and Strawhridgc.) 
Hammond, Andrew. (See Keeno, Samuel D., assignor.) 
Hammond, Charles D., ct al. (See Putnam, George "W., assignor.) 

Hammond, Charles E., New York, N". T. Cloth-measuring .' 

Hammond, George C. (See Barton, "William E., assignor.) 

Hammond, Henry, assignor to H. Cornwall, Hartford, Conn. Grinding-machine 

Hammond, Isaac B., Deadwood, Dak. Ter. Ore-feeder for stamp-mills 

Hammond, James B., Hartford, Conn. Type-writing machine 

Hammond, James B., Hartford, Conn. Type- writing machine - 

Hammond, James B., New York, N. Y. Type-writing machine 

Hammond, "William H., et al. (See Custer, George, assignor.) 

Hampe, Albert, Staunton, 111. 



No. 



Hamper, Henry, Plymouth, Mich., assignor to Huntley, Holcomb & Heine, Silver Creek, 

N. Y. Cleaning the meshes of bolting-screens 

Hampton, Andrew B. (See Stevens and Hampton.) 

Hampton, John B., Pomcroy, Ohio. Horse-collar 

Hampton, Thomas O. (See Thomas. David and S., assignors.) 
Hance, Archibald. (See Hornum, "William H., assignor.) 

Hancock, Arthur, and H. S. Heath, 406 Euston Eoad, England. LiqUid-meter 

Hancock, Clinton C. (See Laverty, "William A., assignor.) 
Hancock, Clinton C. (See Laverty and Hancock.) 

Hancock, Clinton C, Philadelphia, Pa. Neckscarf 

Hancock, Clinton C., Philadelphia, Pa. Necktie 

Hancock, George, North Adams, Mass. Fishing-reel 

Hancock, James L., and N. Salamon, London, England. Elastic tire , 

Hancock, John, Louisville, Ky. Peg-float 

Hand, David B., and E. H. Eeitzel, Columbia, Pa. Pipe-coupling' 

Hand, Edward M., Fredericksburg, Iowa. Manure-rake 

Hand, Henry J. (See Barrows, William N., assignor.) 

Hand. John E., Philadelphia, Pa. Compass-adjusting binnacle 

Handforth, Benjamin, Hoboken, N. J. Curtain-fixture 

Handrcn, JohnW., ct al. (See Dickey, William D., assignor.) 

Hands, James 0., Louisville, Ky. Coin holding and delivering device 

Haneline, Martin, assignor of one-half interest to T. T. Fowlkes, Jopliu, Mo. Sash-fastener 

Haneline, Martin, Joplin, Mo. Nut-look 

Hankey, J. (See Springer, Joseph M., assignor.) 

Hankiri, WiUiam H., Jr., Otisville, N. Y. Buck-saw frame 

Hanley, Michael E., Fall Eiver, Mass. Manufacture of dies 

Hanley, Timothy, Boston Highlands, Mass. Lawn-edge mower 

Hanloh, John J.', Chicago, HI. Book-binding 



Hann, Edmund P., and G. W. Decker, Georgetown, D. C. Bolting-reel 

Hanna, Cyrus T., Pittsburg, Pa. Wheat steamer and drier. (Eeissue) 

Hanna, Louis G. (See Wetmore, Albert S., assignor.) 

Hannaford, William H., Lake, 111. Boot and shoo 

Hano, Samuel, Boston, Mass. Copying-book ^ 

Hanrahan, Edward, assignor of one-half interest to F. E. Gale, "Wellsville, N. Y. AVhilfle- 

tree-hook 

Hanrahan, Edward, Wellsville, N. Y. Trace-carrier 

Hansen, Davis H. (See Woodruff, Charles D, assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Hansen, Walter P., Pittsburg, Pa. Vehicle-spring , 

Hansen, Walter P., Pittsburg, Pa. Apparatus for tempering coiled springs 

Hansen, Andreas, Des Moines, Iowa. Comb-frame tongs 

Hansen, Ludvig. (See Henriksen, Hans P., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Hanson, Christian H. (See Christy, Fritz, assignor.) > 

Hanson, Freeman, HoUis, assignor of four-fifths interest to D. H. Bacon, Portland, 'Me. 

AYood-cntting tool 

Hanson, Freeman, Hollis, Me. Lawn-mower 

Hanson, Freeman, Hollis, Me. Wood-turning machine '. 

Hansen, Freeman, Hollis, Me. Wood-turning machine 



Hanson, John L. (See Mason and Hanson.) 

Hanson, Joseph, assignor to J. Hill, Derby, England. Hauling clip or griper 

Hanson, Oley C, Eureka, Cal. Shingle-sawing machine 

Hanson, Samuel W., West Union Court-House, W. Ta. Substitute for cranks 

H.anson, Swan. (See Leas and Hanson.) 

Hanson, Thomas, New York, N. Y. Faucet and waste- valve 

Hanson, William S., Moimt Pleasant. Iowa. Grain-car 

Happersbcrger, John, Cincinnati, Ohio. Electric clock 

Haptonstall, John, and S. Banks, assignors of one-third interest to A. G. Brenton, Adel, 

Iowa. Cooking apparatus and dinner-paU 

Harbach. Theodore J. (See Vick, Alfred, assignor.) 

Harbaugh, John E., Cicero, Ind. Plow attachment 



Harbaugh, Eeuben E., Amity, and S. E. Owen, St. Joseph, Mo. Gate 

Harbcck, John S., Jr. (See Wilsdon, Eiehard, assignor.) 
Harbison, J. J., et al. (See Gathright, Josiah B., assignor.) 
Harbster, Matthan, et al. (See Eippicn, Adolph, assignor.) 
Harbster, William, el al. (See Eippien, Adolph, assignor.) 

Harcum. Andrew, Scott township, Allegheny county, assignor to himself and G. A. Mac- 
beth, Pittsburg, Pa. Apparatus for crimping lamp-chimneys and similar articles 

Hardaker, .John and L., Leeds, England. Loom-temple '. 

Hardakcr, John, Leeds, York countv, England. Self-acting temple for looms 

Hardakcr, Louis. (See Hardaker, .tohn and L.) 

Harden, John H., Philadelphia, Pa. Parallel ruler 

Harder, Eugene. (See Harder, ATilliam, assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Harder, Lewis P., Hoosick Falls, N. Y. Stove-cover lifter 

Harder, William, assignor to E. Havdiug. I'ittsficld, Mass. ThUl-coupling 

Harder, William, assignor to E. Harder, Pittsfield, Mass. Thill-conpling. (Reissue) 



232,122 
224,182 
228,891 
223,908 



230,937 

229,250 
223,906 
224,088 
224,183 
232,402 



231,502 

229,121 
233,929 

234,275 



228,460 
225,982 
227,000 
232,260 
224,424 
230,018 
228,631 

226,659 
227,001 

226,514 
226,312 
234,277 

225,928 
234,278 
223,505 
223,672 

233,411 

■ 9,367 

230,273 

224,.529 

228,345 
231,314 

230,272 
233,242 
225,519 



225,474 
225,703 
234,472 

235,520 

232,890 
235,2.33 
229,700 

235,429 
228,814 
226,401 

224,425 

228,192 
232,711 



232,492 
228,256 
231,809 

230,008 

228,401 

225,011 

9,278 



Date. 



Sept. 14 
Feb. 3 
June 15 
Jan. 27 



Aug. 10 

June 29 
Jan. 27 
Feb. 3 
Feb. 3 
Sept. 21 

Aug. 24 

June 22 

Nov. 2 

Nov. 



Juno 8 
Mar. 30 
Apr. 27 
Sept. 14 
Feb. 10 
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June 8 

Apr. 20 
Apr. 27 

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Nov. 9 
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Oct. 19 

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Aug. 17 

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Oct. 12 
Mar. 10 



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Mar. 23 
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Dec. 7 
July 6 

Dec. 14 
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Apr. 13 

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Sept. 28 



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June 1 
Aug. 31 

July 13 

Juno 8 
Mar. 2 
July 6 



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volume. 



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518 
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570 

619 
1024 

435 
188 
555 

1133 
556 
365 
571 

783 

1517 

905 
644 

212 
831 

903 
547 
042 



590 
863 

803 

581 



116 
208 
215 

460 
821 
289 

519 

37 
1000 



753 

lie 

1411 

581 

356 

34 

328 



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70 

247 
228 



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361 

227 

39 

70,71 

177 

311 
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341 
283 
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148 
164 
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284 

122 

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151 

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154 

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5 276 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



87 



Kamc, residence, and invention. 



Hardin, Jobn J. (See Harris and Hardin.) 

Harding-, Emniett, West Troy, N. T. Combined life-raft and settee 

Harding, Eugene. (See Harder, "William, assignor.) 
Harding, Fred. E. (See Allen, Fred. A., assignor.) 

Harding, J. Morris, Pbiladelpliia, Pa. Seal-press 

Harding, .Justus, Effingham, HI. Nut-lock 

Hardisty, Richard E., Cincinnati, Ohio. Auger 

Hardman. Dovrling Sc I'eclc. (See Hardman, Jolm, assignor.) 

Hardman, John, assignor to Hardman, Dowling & Peck, New York, N. T. Piano-forte 

Hardman, .John, assignor to Hardman, Dowlmg & Peck, New York, N. Y. Piano-forte ac- 
tion-frame 

Hardy, Edwin J., Buffalo, N. Y. Street-sign 

Hardy, Isham T., and N. H. Dibble, St. Louis, Mo. Lubricator 

Hardy, Isham T., St. Louis, Mo. Lubricator 

Hardy, Joseph N., New Orleans, La. Fare-register 

Hardy, Marcus A., Newport, E. I. Galvanic battery t 

Hardy, William A. (See Pinder and Hardy.) 

Harg'er, Joel P. (See Keith, Horace M., assignor.) 

Hargrave, Moses C, assignor of one-half interest to J. G. L. Gieschen, Wilmington, N. C. 

Hame-hook ." 

Hargreaves, George, Detroit, Mich. Match-splint 

Haring. Cornelius A., Peoria, assiguor of one-half interest to M., Sr., and M. W. Hicks, 

Streator, HI. Hoisting and dumping apparatus 

Haring, John C ., Jersey City, N. J. Stylographic fountain-pen 

Haring, Nicholas li. (See McCormick, George W., assignor.) 

Haring, William N., Jersey City, N. J., assignor of one-half interest to J. C. Klatzl, Now 

York, N. Y. Car-coupling . . " 

Haring, William N., Jersey City, N. J., assignor of one-half interest to J. C. Klatzl, New 

Yor£, N. Y. Coupling for car-brakes 

Haring, William N., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to J. C. Klatzl, New York, N. Y. Means 

for coupling cars 

Harkins, William, Dunkirk, N. Y. Car-coupling 

Harkins, William, Dunkirk, N. Y. Car-coupling 

Harkius, WilUam, Dunkirk, N. Y. Car-coupling 

Harkrader, David M., Barry, HI. Draft-eqiializer 

Harley, John, assignor to himself and J. B. Newman, Wallaceburg, Ontario, Canada. Sash- 

fastcuer 

Hailey, Joseph L., Baltimore County, Md. Steam-stove 

Harley. Joseph L., Baltimore County, Md. Steam-heating apparatus 

Harlow, A. T. (Sec Israel, Alexander C, assignor.) 

Harlow. Charles F., Boston, and W. P. Barker, Orange, Mass. Clutch 

Harlow, Charles F., Boston, Mass. Sewing-machine 

Hamian, John A., Lexington Court-House, S. C. Horse-detacher 

Harman. AVilliam H., Millerstown, Pa. Combined cider press and mill 

Haimon, Alpheus B., Traer, Iowa. Swing 

Harmon, E. (See Abbott, John M., assignor.) 

Harmon, Edward W., et al. (See Knubley, John W., assignor.) 

Harmon, Edward W., Haverhill, assignor of three-fourths interest to F. Amory, Beverly, 

S. Snow, Cambridge, and 0. J. Noble, Boston, Mass. Flat-iron heater 

Harmon, John W., Boston, Mass. Leveling-instrument 

Harmstead. Charles A., Urbana, Ohio. Breast-collar stay -fastening 

Harney, Matthew L., ct al. (See Brown, John D., assignor.) 

Hamish, Abraham, Intercour.'ie, Pa. Apparatus for steaming tobacco 

Harper, James M., El Paso, 111. Corn-popper 

Harper, Leverett, Sioux Falls, Dak. Ter. Hay-burner attachment for stoves 

Harper, Samuel C. (See Sawyers. Theodore K., assignor.) 

Harr, Jesso M., Baltimore, Mil. Vault-light and skylight 

Hanington, Dennis, New York, N. Y. Movable cattle-pen 

Harrington, Heber W., Fort Dodge, Iowa. Cartridge capping and uncapping tool 

HaiTington, John A. (See Harrington, John K., assignor.) 

Harrington, John A., (jroesbeck, Tex. Spoke-^cket 

Hanington, John C. (See Dolloflf, Wellington P., assignor.) 

Harrington, John K., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to J. A. Harrington, North Columbia, Cal. 

Manufacture of cai-pet-lining 

Han-is, Abraham W. (See Harris, Elisha, assignor.) 

Harris, Beniamin G., et al. (See Egerton, C. Calvert, assignor.) 

Harris, Ben.iamin G., et al. (See Hazelip, Joseph N., assignor.) 

Harris, Bradner L., Detroit, Mich. Grain-drier 

Han-is, Burnett B., South Bend, Ind. Casting chilled mold-boards 

Harris, Christopher C, et al. (See Furney, EUiott E., assignor) 

Han-is, David, assignor of one-half interest to E. E. Ephraim, San Francisco, Cal. tTmbreUa. 

Harris, Dwight C, Borden, Cal. Windmill 

HaiTis, Elisha, assignor of one-half interest to A. W. Harris, Providence, K. I. Spinning 
ring and frame 

Harris, Enoch, North La Crosse. Wis. Sieve for fanning-mills 

Harris, Fradelshon, Hockport, 111. Measuring-pump 

Harris, George E., Lawrencevillc, Pa. Vehicle-spring 

Hams, George F., New York, N. Y. Constniction-car 

Han-is, Geoige K. (See Walker, David A., assignor.) 

Harris, Henry A. (See Anderson and Hastings, assignors.) 

Hanis, Ira F., assizor of one-fourth interest to F. A. Eaton, Nashua, N. H. Coal-sifter. . 

HaiTis, J. Nelson, Louisville, Ky. Grato and fender for fire-places 

Harris, John, and W. K. Patrick, Hincsburg, Vt. Wagon-axle cutter 

Harris, John .1., Wilmington, Del. Dampening device for paper-making machines 

Harris, John K., Springfield, Ohio. Button-hole attachment for sewing-machines 

Harris, Leo O., assignor of one-half interest to S. W. Bamett, Greenfield, Ind. Bulletin- 
board 

Harris, Robert S., Dnhutiue, Iowa. Fire-escape ladder 

Harris, Silas, San Francisco, Cal. Railway-rail joint 

Harris, Silas, San Francisco, Cal. Knob attachment 

Harris, Silas, San Francisco, Cal. Harrow 

Harris, Trion T., and J. J. Hardin, assignors to C. R. Saxton and C. P.Deshazo, Cottondalo, 
Ala. Combined reed-hook and picking-comb 



No. 



232,891 



227,522 
230,009 
235,234 

229,820 

235,357 
230,007 
228,892 
233,347 
231,165 
229,122 



232,960 
235,765 

228,754 
233,016 



227,770 
231,564 

231,565 

224,777 
226,170 
227,246 
231,037 

232,710 
226,313 

226,745 

227,523 
231,568 
232,027 
235,430 

228,065 



223,500 
234,709 
233,093 

226,515 
229,123 
224,683 

227,247 
223,729 
232,028 

232,207 



232,962 

229,124 
228,064 

228,894 
233,928 

232,818 
227,625 
231,795 
234,403 

229,702 



226,913 
228,994 
224,824 
231,038 
235,235 

224,084 
231,567 
227,896 
231,223 
232,041 

234,981 



Date. 



Oct. 



May 11 
July 13 
Dec. 7 

July 13 

Dec. 14 
July 13 
June 15 
Oct. 19 
Aug. 17 
June 22 



Oct. 5 
Dec. 21 

June 15 
Oct. 26 



May 18 

Aug. 24 

Aug. 24 
Feb. 24 
Apr. 6 
May 4 
Aug. 10 

Sept. 28 
Apr. 6 
Apr. 20 

May 11 
Aug. 24 
Sept. 7 
Dec. 14 
May 25 



Jan. 13 
Nov. 23 
Oct. 12 

Apr. 13 
June 22 
Feb. 17 

May 4 
Jan. 20 
Sept. 7 

Sept. 14 



Oct. 5 

June 22 
May 25 

Juno 15 

Nov. 2 



Oct. 


5 


May 


18 


Aug. 


31 


JSIov. 


16 


July 





Apr. 


27 


Juno 22 


Feb. 


24 


Aug. 


10 


Dec. 


7 



Feb. 17 
Aug. 24 
May 25 
Aug. 17 
Sept. 28 

Nov. 30 



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volume. 



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502 
582 
210 

370 

370 
581 
906 
700 
665 
1173 



198 

865 

740 
1034 



792 

1112 

1113 

955 

26 

186 

512 

1000 
189 
708 



503 

1117 

185 

461 

1149 



367 

1113 

370 

437 
1174 

827 

187 
629 
186 

470 



200 



1175 
1148 

908 
115 

25 

622 

1394 

724 

218 



919 

1040 

1009 

512 

210 

828 

1116 

954 

742 

922 



31 



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161 

57 

102 

102 
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248 
191 
188 
321 



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241 



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288 



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312 

312 

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7 

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55 

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144 

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327 



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300 
102 

122 
322 
234 

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169 

50 

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(326 
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757 



1071 

104 

1315 

71 

1350 
104 

1383 
869 
368 

1430 



770 
1440 



1360 
934 



1127 

446 

447 
406 
751 
1008 
336 



712 

780 

885 

1071 

447 

554 

1366 

1195 



77 

1194 

805 

831 

1430 

370 

1008 
129 
555 

610 



770 



1430 
1195 

1383 
1006 

743 
1102 

498 

1124 

40 



931 

1410 

415 

336 

1315 

370 
447 
1105 
380 
099 

1257 



88 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
Yolumo. 



Official 
Gazette. 



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Harris, "William. (See Steinfels, Charles, assignor.) 

Harris, "William E., assignor of one-half interest to F. J. Hoyt, New Tort, N. X. Mining- 
pump 

Harris, WiUi.im M., assignor of one-half interest to Gr. Shade, Davenport, Iowa. Spring- 
vehicle 

Harris, "William P. (See Keynolds, Jerome B., assignor.) 

Harris, "William "W. (See Perldns and Harris.) 

Harrison, Andrew L., Bristol, Conn. Lubricator for steam-engines 

Harrison Brothers & Co. (Sec Fisher, Kohert A., assignor.) 

Harrison Brothers & Co. (See Laur, Francis, assignor.) (Keissue.) 

Harrison, Charles E., Fond du Lac, Wis. Lamp 

Harrison, Charles "W., Kensington, assignor of one-half interest to X. Blake, Penge, near 
London, England. Electric lamp .". 

Harrison, James M.. HoUansburg, Ohio. Hand corn-planter 

Harrison, J'amison H. (See Cummings and Harrison.) 

Harrison, John D. (See Chinuocli, Charles E., assignor.) 

Harrison, John J., et al. (See Harrison, Jonathan W., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Harrison, John J., et al. (See "Whitcomb, George D., assignor.) 

Harrison, John N., and E. F. "Wilson, Kochester, N. Y. ; said Harrison assignor to said "Wil- 
son. Pruning implement 

Harrison, Jonathan W"., (S.J. Harrison, guardian,) Jackson, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
of one-half interest to C. R. Miller, Adrian, Mich. Coal-mining macnino. (Reissue) 

Harrison, Jonathan "W., (S. J. Harrison, Jackson, Mich., guardian,) assignor of two-thirds 
interest to J. J. Harrison and O. Butler. Coal-mining machine. (Reissue) 

Hanison Machine "\V"orks. (See Stout, James A., assignor.) 

Harrison, Mordecai, Columbia, S. C. Plumb-level 

Harrison, Reuben M., Newark, N. J., assignor to J. \T. Brooks, trustee, Boston, Mass. 
Heeling-machine 

Harrison, Sarah, et al. (See "Whitcomb, George D., assignor.) 

Harrison, Sarah J., guardian. (See Harrison, Jonathan w.) (Reissue.) 

Harrison, Thomas D. (See Spencer, Lewis "W., assignor.) 

Harrison, Thomas H., Marshall, Mo. Coffee-pot 

Harrison, Thomas T., Aubrey, Kans. Sulky-plow 

Harrison, "William, London, Ontario, Canada. Grain-binder , 

Harrison, "William H. (See Bowers and Hanison.) 

Harrison, "William H., Louisville, Ky. Steam-boiler furnace 

Harrison, "William H., assignor to himself, T. "W. Lord, and F. B. Allen, Newark, N. J. 
Curtain-fixture 

Harrison, "William P., "Warren, Ohio. Chain-pump bucket 

Hanod, "William. (See Bayliii'and Harrod.) (Eeissue.) 

Harron, Samuel T., et al. (See "Wheelwright, Sherburn, assignor.) 

Harrop, Joseph M., Quinoy, HI. Refrigerator , 

Harsba, "W. M., et al. (See McCliutock, "William A., assignor.) 

Hart, Edwin J., Butler, Pa. Gate 

Hart, Gerald "W., New Britain, Conn. Buckle -. 

Hart, Gilbert, Detroit, Mich. Emery-wheel 

Hart, Gilbert, Detroit, Mich. Grinding and polishing wheel 

Harti, Henry N. (See Marcus, Solms, assignor.) 

Hart, John'W. (See Griffin, Michael, assignor.) 

Hart, Nathan, and R. A. Bacon, New York, N. T. Decorating celluloid 

Hart, Stacy B., Peoria, HI. Adjustable feed-plate for corn-planters 

Hart, Stacy B., Peoria, 111. Spring-hoe attachment for seeding-machines , 

Hart, "WiUiam A., Buffalo, N. Y. Globe-valve 

Hart, "William E., assignor to himself and C. W. Samuel, Cedar City, Mo. Harvester 

H.art, "William H., Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Necktie-shield 

Hartenstein, Franz L., Nashville, Tenn. Driving mechanism for sewing-machines 

Harter, Isaac. (See Kohler, Frederick E., assignor.) 

Harter, Joseph, Tiffin, Ohio. Road-scraper , 

Harter, M. D., administrator. (See AUonas, Joseph.) 

Hartford Machine Screw Company. (See Spencer, Christopher M., assignor.) 

Hartford Machine Screw Company. (See Spencer, Christopher M., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Hartford S.initary Plumbing Company. (See Hogan, Matthew, assignor.) 

Hartig, George, Brixton, county of Surrey, England. "Window-screen 

Hartig, George, Brixton, county of Surrey, England. "Window-sash 

Hart in, Philip, assignor to "Welsh & Lea, Philadelphia, Pa. Tool for pointing bolts 

Hartley, D. Bert, Kansas City, Mo. Reclining-chair 

Hartley, Edward F. (See Simmons, James, assignor.) 

Hartley, Marcellus. (See Glover, Samuel, assignor.) 

Hartley, Tilghman, Salem, Ind. Straw-cutter 

Hartman, Aaron B., assignor to himself and J. M. Jividen, Onawa, Iowa. Fence-post 

H.artman, Henry, assignor of one-half interest to A. McKeUar, Salt Lake City, Utah Ter. 
Bridle 

Hartman, John M., Philadelphia, Pa. Hot-blast .stove 

Hartman, John M., Philadelphia, Pa. Regenerative hot-blast oven 

Hartman, Jolm M., Philadelphia, Pa. Blast-fiii-nace 

Hartman, John M., Philadelphia, Pa. Blast-furnace 

Hartmann, Carl F., "Wiiste-AValtersdorf, Prussia, Germany. Treating textile fabrics 

Hartmann, Dominikus, Mansfield, Ohio. Combination-tool 

Haitmann, Wilhelm E. A., Trafalgar Terrace, Swansea, Great Britain. Manufacture of 
hydrogen sulphide 

Hartmann, "William E., and A. Raymond, Philadelphia, Pa. Frictipn - clutches for ma- 
chinery 

Hartmeyer, John, and B. L. Gray, Zanesvillo, Ohio. "Water-cooler 

Harton, Pembroke D. (See Geisinger, John, assignor.) 

Hartsook, Marius M., Nelson County, Va., assignor of one-half interest to E. K. Campbell. 
Hay -press ' 

Hartsuck, George D., Kendall ville, Ind. Carpet-stretcher 

Hartzell, Francis S., Bean, Pa. Lifting-.jack 

Harvard Clock Company. (See Gerry, James H., assignor.) 

Harvey, Andrew, Detroit, Mich. Coupling for steam-sunply pipes 

Harvey, Edward. (See Beidler, Charles, assignor.) 

Harvey, George A., Chicago, HI. Corn-harvester 



223,848 
228,462 

225,124 

232,961 

234,032 
227,769 



223,625 

9,408 

9,439 

223,343 

233,504 

232,817 
232,268 
235,607 

231,315 

232,963 
231,566 

233,243 

235,358 
226,914 
226,066 
228,257 



233,851 
227,771 
234,566 
225,369 
230,019 
235,527 
232,491 

235,431 



223,341 
223,342 
235,766 
229,701 



231,422 
224,902 

229,405 
224,089 
227,430 
228,528 
229,883 
227,248 
227,773 

224,426 

230,773 
231,717 



232,123 
227,524 
229,400 

233,412 
235,809 



Jan. 27 
June 8 

Mar. 2 

Oct. 5 

Nov. 2 
May 18 



Jan. 13 

Oct. 12 

Nov. 2 

Jan. 6 

Oct. 19 



Oct. 5 
Sept. 14 
Dec. 14 

Aug. 17 

Oct. 5 
Aug. 24 

Oct. 12 

Dec. 14 
Apr. 27 
Mar. 30 
June 1 



Nov. 2 

May 18 

Nov. 16 

Mar. 9 

July 13 

Dec. 14 

Sept. 21 

Dec. 14 



Jan. 6 
Jan. 6 
Dec. 21 
July 



Aug. 24 
Feb. 24 

Juno 29 
Feb. 3 
May 11 
Juno 8 
July 13 
May 4 
May 18 

Feb. 10 

Aug. 3 
Aug. 31 



Sept. 14 
May 11 
June 29 

Oct. 19 
Dec. 28 



783 
356 

167 

199 

257 
790 



506 
647 
341 

158 
881 



25 
471 
677 

832 

202 
1115 

549 

371 

920 

1303 

117 



31 
793 
918 
462 
591 
583 
752 

462 



156 
157 
866 
215 



955 
1098 

1502 
142 
400 
440 
441 
188 
79C 

520 

201 
1297 



294 

503 

1503 

785 
1010 



209 
97 

48 

52 

70 
224 



137 

179 

94 

41 

243 



7 

(130 

ll31 

192 

2.34 

53 
312 



152 

102 

256 

367 

34 



224 
247 
135 
164 
166 
208 

131 



40,41 

41 

242 

59 



269 
314 

414 
40 
117 
120 
121 
55 
225 

149 

58,59 
365 



83 
144 
414 

216 

C279 
1280 



17 
17 

17 

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18 
17 



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18 
18 
17 
18 

18 

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18 

18 

18 

18 

18 

18 
17 
17 
17 



18 
17 

17 
17 
17 
17 
18 
17 
17 

17 

18 
18 



18 
17 
17 

18 
tl8 



164 
1294 

485 

770 

1028 
1127 



100 

853 

1044 

29 

898 



742 

010 

1402 

396 

771 

447 

837 

1351 
931 
719 

1245 



992 
1127 
1156 

546 

105 
1386 

063 

1366 



28 

28 

1440 

40 



422 
429 

1483 
227 
1053 
1305 
82 
1008 
1128 

308 

279 
483 



580 
1072 
1483 

882 
1473 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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No. 



Date. 



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volume. 



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Harvey, Hayward A., Orange, IN". J. ilacliine for rolling threads of screws or bolts. 
Harvey, Hayward A., Orange, JT. -J. Lock-nnt 



Harvey, Hoses B., lieavenworth, Kaus. Compound engine 

Harvey, Tlrias E., Perlee, Iowa. Last -block fastener 

Harvey, William, et al. (See Gerald, Amos F., assignor.) 

Harvey, "Willis H., Somerville, Tenn. Horse-power for gins, &c 

Harvey, "Willis H., Somerville, Tenn. Horse-power for gins, &c 

Harwood, Joseph A., et al. (See Glover, Eobert, assignor.) 
Harwood. jS"ahum, et al. (See Glover, Robert, assignor.) 

Hasbronck, Frederick S., New York, N. Y. Book-binding. (Eeissue) 

Hasdenteufel. Friedrich, Iserlohn, Prussia, Germany. Lock 

Hascnzahl, "William, Cincinnati. Ohio. Boring-tool i'or stone-working, &c. 

Haskell, Paison E.. Cazenovia, N. Y. Hay-knife 

Haskell, JohnB., Staunton, Ya. Combined cooking-can and dinner-pail-. 

Haskell, Orson S., Evanston, HI. Map 

Haskell, Orville C, Chicaso, 111. Corset-clasp 

Haskin, TJri, Pittsburg, Pa., assignor to D. Porter &. Co., (limited.) 
Haskins, Charles D., Now York, X. Y. Telephone-call 



Clutch for rolls. 



Haskins, Charles D., New York, N. Y. Switch for telephone-lines 

Haskins, David G., Cambridge, Mass. Screw-propeller 

Haslehurst, Theodore E., et al. (See Babcock, Stephen E., assignor.) 

Haslehurst, Theodore E., et al. (See Burns, John, assignor.) 

Haslehurst, Theodore E., et al. (See Fitzhugh, Henry M., assignor.) 

Haslup, "William. Sidney, Ohio. Earth-scraper 

Hassall, John. (See Sniith and Hassall.) 

Hassall, "William. (See Smith and Hassall, assignors.) 

Hasse. Mas, Berlin. Germany. Drop-hammer 

Hasselman, Lewis "W., Indianapolis, Ind. Portable engine 

Hassebnan, Lewis "W., Indianapolis, Ind. Horse-power 

Hassenpflug, Henry, Huntingdon, Pa. Mechanical movement 

Hassinger, Charles, Plymouth, Mich. "Whiffletree 

Hastings, Albert M. (See Fickett, Albert, assignor.) 

Hastings, Azariah H., New York, N. Y. Piano-forte 

Hastings, Charles M., et al. (See Lighthall, "William A., assignor.) 

Hastings, Emory B., assignor of one- half to E. L. Goddard and J. F. Holbrook, Palmer, Mass. 
Ore-separator 

Hastings, Horace L., Boston, Mass. Blank music-paper 

Hastings, James L., BeUefonte, Pa. Low- water gage and alarm 

Hastings, James T., Chicago, 111. Ash-sifter 

Hastings, John F. (See Eanccvau, John, assignor.) 

Hastings, John P. (See Anderson and Hastings.) 

Hastings, John R., Lampasas, Tex. Military saddle-. 

Hastings, Louis E. (See Ordway, Albert H., assignor.) 

Hastings, Orlando B., Brooklyn, assignor to A. M. Collins, Cope & Co., New York, N. Y. 
Making colored-edged cards, &c , 

Hatch, Azel F. (See "Wemple, Andrew, assignor.) 

Hatch, Edward, et al. (See Lothrop, Chauncey M., assignor.) 

Hatch, George C, Bridgeport, Conn. Coin-holder 

Hatch, Jefferson C, and L. H. Fortune. Felt's Mills, N. Y. Feather-renovator 

Hatch, John C, et al. (See Lothrop, Chauncey M., assignor.) 

Hatchman, Eobert, assignor to Detroit Stove "Works, Detroit, Mich. Attachment for maga- 
zine-stoves 

Hatfield, .lames F. , Cambridge City, Ind. Grain-separator 

Hatfield, Peter, Belmont, "Wis. Stook-salter 

Hathaway, Ebenezer, and T. H. Myers, Hume, 111. Car-coupling 

Hathaway, George M., assignor of one-half interest to C. M. Newcomb, Elmira, N. Y. Per- 
mutation-padlock 

Hathaway, Marvin P., Decorah, Iowa. Coffee-pot attachment 

Hatheway, "William S., Deansville, N. Y. Process of and apparatus for making butter 

Hauck, Edward J., Brooklyn. N. Y. Eyeglass-case 

Hauenstein, Louis C. (See Hille, Paul, assignor.) 

flaufif, Julius, Fenerbach, "Wiirtemberg, Germany. Compound for preserving animal and 
vegetable substances 

Haug, Edmund, "Whistler, Ala. Balance slide-valve 

Hang, Edmund, "Whistler, Ala. Sash-holder 

Haug, Edmund, "Whistler, Ala. Balance slide-valve 

Haughawout, Joseph H., Fairmont, Nebr. Grain-binder 

Haughton, Marcus L., Lake Landing, N. C. Hame-tug 

Haulenbeck, Isaac P., Newark, N. J. Alarm-recorder for firc-tclegraphs 

Haulenbcck, John H. (See Beatty, Eobert P., assignor.) 

Haunson, John T., Ashevillo, N. C. Car-coupling 

Hanpt, Herman, Philadelphia, Pa. Device for slack- water navigation 

Haupt, Herman, Philadelphia, Pa. Device for rendering rivers navigable 

Hanpt, Jacob B., assignor of one-half interest to S. T. Lewis, Philadelphia, Pa. Steam- 
generator 

Hausler, Anton. (See Rest, F. Julius, assignor.) 

Havel), George. Newark, N. J. Clock-case 

Haves, James L. (See Mooney, John B., assignor.) 

Haven, James L. , Cincinnati, Ohio. Machine for trimming the ends of vehicle-axle boxes . . 

Havener, Richard H. (See Dunn and Havener.) 

Havenstrite, David .1., Newark, N. .J, Traction-engine 

H.aviland, John T., San Francisco, Cal. Pictnro-hook 

Hawes, Manson D. (See Hadlev and Jovce, assignors.) 

Hawes, "William H., New York,'N. Y. Pigeon-trap 

Hawk, Jacob, and J. Miller, assignors to C. Aultman & Co., Canton, Ohio. Thrashing- 
machine 



Hawkes, George F., and H. Madeheim, Now York, N. Y. Stylographic fonntain-pen. 

Hawkes, George F., New York, N. Y. Stylographic pen 

Hawkes, Gilbert, Lynn, Mass. Lasting-machine 



223,730 
224,591 
227,772 
227,429 

229,407 
233,244 



9 275 
224^288 
224,530 
220,746 
230,274 

230,010 

225,520 
228,893 
234,772 

234,773 

224 2S9 



234,982 



228,067 
224,427 
233,413 
235,432 
225,371 

232,269 



236,023 
225,596 
226,171 
234,033 



232,712 

232,965 

224,825 
235,236 



225,597 
234,034 
232,124 
229,408 

226,069 
228,632 
234,867 
232,493 



234,507 
225,370 
232,270 
232,271 
233,852 
223,910 
224,903 

226,314 
225,125 
228,633 

230,938 

228,193 

233,150 

231,509 
230,701 

223,344 

235,031 
223,044 
234,182 
232,964 



Jan. 20 
Feb. 17 
May 18 
May 11 

June 29 
Oct. 12 

July 

Feb. 10 

Feb. 17 

Apr. 20 

July 20 

July 13 

Mar. 16 
Juno 15 
Nov. 23 

Nov. 23 

Feb. 10 



Nov. 30 



May 25 
Feb. 10 
Oct. 19 
Dec. 14 
Mar. . 9 

Sept. 14 



Dec. 28 
Mar. 16 
Apr. 6 
Nov. 2 



Sept. 28 

Oct. 5 

Feb. 24 
Dec. 7 



Mar. 16 
Nov. 2 
Sept. 14 
Juno 29 

Mar. 30 
June 8 
Nov. 30 
Sept. 21 



Nov. 16 
Mar. 9 
Sept. 14 
Sept. 14 
Nov. 2 
Jan. 27 
Feb. 24 

Apr. 6 
Mar. 2 
June 8 

Aug. 10 

June 1 

Oct. 12 

Aug. 24 
Aug. 3 

Jan. 6 

Dec. 21 
Jan. 20 
Nov. 9 
Oct. 5 



630 
725 
794 
400 

1504 
550 



324 
367 
646 
709 
907 

583 

C42 

907 

1184 

1186 

368 



1454 



1152 
522 
785 
463 
464 

472 



1198 

724 

27 

258 



1002 

204 



1010 
212 



725 

259 

295 

1505 

1306 
571 

1310 
755 



920 
463 
473 
474 
32 
862 
1098 

190 
169 
572 

402 

38 

439 

1118 
121 

1.".9 

711 
537 
437 
203 



206 
5224 
^225 

116 

415 
153 



91 

105 

185 

197 

258 

<, 161 

il02 

187 

248 

320 

5320 

J 321 

105 



391 



328 
149 
216 
131 
135 

131 



331 
213 

7,8 
70 



276 
55 



286 
57 



214 

70,71 

83 

415 

308 
151 
353 

209 



135 
131 
131 
8 
229 
314 

56 

48 

152 

110 

12 

C120 
il21 

313 
35 

41 

202 

145 

118 

54 



17 
17 

17 



17 

18 



18 



17 
17 
18 
18 
17 

18 



18 
17 
17 
18 



18 



18 



129 

353 

1128 

1053 

1483 
837 



56 
284 
340 
885 
164 

104 

587 
1333 
1206 

1206 

284 



1257 



1196 
309 
882 

1367 
547 

611 



1503 
603 
751 

1028 



712 



415 
1316 



603 
1029 

580 
1484 

719 
1324 
1233 

663 



1157 
547 
611" 
611 
992 
177 
429 

780 

485 

1325 

320 

1233 



817 



448 
266 

29 

1415 
115 

1007 
771 



90 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FKOM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Xo. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



p. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Hawkins, Cyrus H., Kcw York, N. T. Slide-valve. 



Combined boiler and heater 

Seeder and fertilizer 

Delivery apparatus for printing-presses. . . 

Counting-register 

Feeding mechanism for printing-machines. 
Screw-convcycr 



Hawkins, Daniel, Ea.st Otto, N. Y. 

Hawkins, Horace K., Akron, Ohio. 

Hawkins, .Tohn T., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Hawkins, John T., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Hawkins, John T., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Hawkins, Nehemiah, Cbicago, HI. 

Hawkins. Thomas. (See Tliibalt and Hawkins.)" 

Hawk.s, .Tames D., Painesvillp, Ohio. Anglc-.splice for railway-joints 

Hawlcy, Albert E., Westficid, Mass. AViiip-sockct fastener. '. 

Hawloy, Frederick B., Syracuse, X. Y . Chum 

Hawley, Kocrt D., et al. (Sec Anderson, George "W., assignor.) 

Hawley, Lewis T., Syracuse, N. Y. Device for preserving butter 

Hawley, Walter N., San Francisco, Cal. Street-car 

Haworth, George D., Decatur, III. Machine for forming loops for wiies 

Haworth, George D., Decatur, 111. Reel for check-lines for corn-planters 

Haworth, George D., Decatur, 111. Coupling hook or button for check-row cords- . 

Haworth, Wade H., Towanda, 111. Corn-planter 

Hay, Jacob, et at (See Baby, Bichard, Jr., assignor.) 

Haycox, Edward, Detroit, Mich. Grate-bar , 

Hayden, Austin I!., Auburn, N. Y. Extension-table 

Hayden, Charles H., Columbus, Ohio. Firc-kindler. (Bcissue) 

Hayden, Daniel H., Ada, Ohio. Dust and cinder anester 

Hayden, Daniel W., Providence, B. I. Stop raechani.sm for diawing-frames 

Hayden, Daniel W., Providence, E. I. Stop mechanism for drawing- frames 

Hayden, Fannie J., et ol. (See Hayden, Joel B., assignor.) 
Hayden, Henry, Jr. (See Beynolds, John B., assignoi'.) 

Hayden, Hiram W., assignor to Holmes, Booth Sc Haydens, Waterbury, Conn, 
burner. 



Lamp- 



Hayden, Hiram W., assignor to Holmes, Booth & Haydens, Waterbury, Conn. Lamp- 
burner and chimney 

Hayden, James, Philadelphia, Pa. Suspenders 

Hayden, James T., Cambridgeport. Mass. Tap 

Hayden, Joel B., assignor to F. J. Hayden, Hempstead, and F. .T. Hoyt, New York, N. Y. 
Faucet and cap - 

Hayden, Joel B., Hempstead, assignor of one-half to J. L. Siioflbrd, New York, N. Y. Lager- 
boor keg 



Hayden, John K., and W. H. Thiell, Bloomintrton, 111. Ventilator for cars, &c 

Hayden, Joseph L., Cambridgeport, Mass. Machinery for grinding cooks 

Hayden, Bandolph, Middlcto^vll, Conn. AVrench 

Hayden, Randolph, Middletown, Conn. Shutter-fastener 

Hayden, William B., Columbus, Ohio. Machine for reeling wire 

Hayden, William B., Columbus, Ohio. Hame-strap attachment 

Hayes, Calvin Q., Spring Green, AVis. Shaft-coupling 

Hayes, Charles. (See Hayes, George and C.) 

Hayes, Daniel D., San Francisco, Ca). Coupling for connecting fire-engines with hydrants, 



Hayes, George, Girardville, Pa. Compound for preparing the wicka or matches of miners' 
squibs , 

Hayes, George and C, Now York, N. Y. ; said C. Hayes assignor to said George Hayes. 

Sink 



Hayes, Isaac, Philadelphia, Pa. Grate for stoves and fninaccs 

Hayes, James H. (See Pemhlo and Hayes.) 

Hayes, James H., assignor to himself, C. J. Greene, and T. J. Wimmer, Cerro Gordo, HI. 

Nut-lock 



Hayes, Miles T., Burlington. Wis. Collar and hamo fastener 

Hayes, Samuel J., E. T. Jeffery, and H. Schlacks, Chicago, HI. 
boilers . 



Purifying foed-wator for 



Hayes, Theodore E., Dubuque, Iowa. Eope-reel 

Hayes, AVilliam E. (See Patterson and Hayes.) 

Hayes, William H. (See Barry, James ll.,'as.signor.) 

Hayne, John S., Marshalltown, Iowa. Barb bender and cutter. 

Haynes, Charles F., Skowhegan, Me. Carriage-lifter 

H.aynes, Clinton C. (See Adams and Haynes.) 

Haynes, Clinton C, Wilmington, Vt. Milk-cooler 



Haynes, Edgar K. (See Murdoch and Haynes.) (Reissue.) 

Haynes, Noah, San .lose, Cal. Sash -fastener 

Haynes. Thomas, Kansas City, Mo. Car-axle box 

Hays, Charles B., and J. St., Newark, N. J. Celluloid belt for wearing-apparel 

Hays, Edward, Rochester, N. Y. Steam-valve for radiators 

Hays, .Tames M. (See Hays, Charles B., and J. M.) 
Hays, William H., et al. (See Nel.son, James S., assignor.) 

Hayt, Ezra A., Patterson, N. Y. Apparatus for refrigerating rooms 

Haytt, Antone, San Francisco, Cal. Sash-fa.stener 

Hayward, Calvin D. (See Tilden, Howard, assignor.) 

Hay ward, Charles E., Attleborougli, Mass. Bracelet 

Hayward, Emma L. (See Gregeison, George J., assignor.) 
Hayward, Francis A. (See Thompson and Hayward.) 

Hayward, Henry, New York, N. Y. Preparation of bank-note paper 

Hayward, Hem y. Now York, N. Y. Paper and process of making the same 

Hayward, Henry, New York, N. Y. Compound paper floor-covering 

Hayward, Oliver C, Washington, D. C. Scissors 

Hayward, Samuel S., Norwich, N. Y. Milk-cooler 

Hayward, William S., assignor to Rico & Hayward, Providence, II. I. Cracker-packing 
machine 



Hazard, Alex.andor, H al. (See Hugcnfobler, Emil M., assignor.) 

Hazard, Ai-tlmr P., Brockton, Mass. Shoemaker's edge-plane. (Reissue). 

Hazard. Charles L., East Providence, R. I. Button 

Hazel. Henry, Cressona, Pa. Car-axle box. 



227,10.^ 

22.5,82:( 
231,570 
225,280 
927,075 
228,529 
234,868 

228,347 
225,281 
223,280 

227,432 
230,774 
233,751 
230,024 
230,025 
228,008 

22.5,521 
228,000 
9,201 
229,125 
227,002 
227,003 



225,054 

225,929 
225,824 
220,007 

224,904 

234,473 
230,011 
223,507 
228,755 
234,126 
231,571 
233,075 
225,120 



232,495 

230,775 

233,074 
232,494 

223,909 
227,431 

226,066 
231,796 



234,071 
230,275 



May 4 
Mar. 23 
Aug. 24 
Mar. 9 
May 25 
Juno 8 
Nov. 30 

June 1 
Mar. 9 
Jan. 

May 11 
Aug. 3 
Oct. 20 
Dec. 28 
Dec. 28 
May 25 

Mar. 10 
May 25 
May 18 
Juuo 22 
Apr. 27 
Apr. 27 



Mar. 2 

Mar. 30 
Mar. 23 
Mar. 30 

Feb. 24 

Nov. 16 
July 13 
Jan. 13 
June 15 
Nov. 9 
Aug. 24 
Oct. 20 
Mar. 2 



Sept. 21 

Aug. 3 

Oct. 26 
Sept. 21 

Jan. 27 
May 11 

Mar. 30 
Aug. 31 

Nov. 23 
July 20 



Hazelip, Joseph N., assignor of one-half to B. G. Harris, Baltimore, and W. Canby, Balti- 
more County, Md. Child's-c.arriage top 



Hazeltou, Milton W., Chicago, 111,, assignor to himself and E. S. T. Kennedy, Now York, 
N. Y. Sectional boiler 



228,750 


Juuo 15 


229,884 


July 


13 


225,219 


Mar. 


!) 


233,414 


Oct. 


19 


231,039 


Aug. 


10 


235,870 


Dec. 


28 


235,632 


Dec. 


21 


228,348 


June 


1 


225,279 


Mar. 


9 


226,060 


Apr. 


20 


228,194 


Juno 


1 


236,026 


Dee. 


28 


232,026 


Sept. 


7 


233,245 


Oct. 


12 


9,107 


Apr. 


20 


231,572 


Aug. 


24 


234,508 


Nov. 


16 


236,027 


Deo. 


28 


224,085 


Feb. 


17 



91 
1004 
1119 

364 
1050 

441 
1312 

213 

305 

96 

403 

203 
1187 
1200 
1201 
1153 

043 
1150 

905 
1170 
1025 
1020 



95 

1134 

1004 
1304 

1100 

800 
583 
369 
741 
372 
1120 
1104 
172 



756 
204 



1103 
755 



861 
402 



1305 
1395 



1072 
908 



25 
288 
313 
107 
299 
120 
354 

00 

107 

23 

117 
59 
329 
331 
332 
328 

187 
327 
258 
322 

284 
284 



20 

323 

288 
307 

314 

210 
102 

98 
204 
102 
314 
307 

48 



209 



307 
209 



228 
117 

368 
394 



289 
258 



17 
17 
18 
17 
17 
17 
18 

17 
17 

17 

17 

18 
18 
18 
18 
17 

17 
17 
17 
17 

17 
17 



742 


C204 
1205 


442 
280 
786 
514 


122 

80,81 

210 

144 


1011 
713 


260 
203 


214 


CO 


302 

620 

39 

1202 

184 


106 
173 

' '332' 
49 


551 


153 


796 

1122 

921 


222 
314 
247 


1203 


332 


828 


235 



993 

658 

448 

530 

1179 

1300 

1233 

1202 

530 

19 

10.54 
279 
900 
1504 
1504 
1190 

587 
1195 
1140 
1430 

948 
948 



472 

093 

058 
719 

430 

1137 

104 

78 

1360 

1055 

448 

940 

485 



664 

280 

940 
063 



177 
1054 



719 
498 



1188 
104 



17 1360 



82 
518 
883 
337 



1473 
1415 

1202 



530 

871 

1233 

1504 

554 

837 

901 

448 

1157 

1504 

370 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 18S0. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



91 



jS'anie, vosidonco. and iuvoiition. 



No. 



Hazolton, 'WiUiam T. (Sen LadonberjrPr aud Hazeltou.) 

Hazen, Daniel T., East Milan, Micb. Fonco 

llazlewood, Grccuville, Jr.. J. Rcagiu, Bloomlield, Iowa, aud W. S. Coleman, Salisbury, Mo. 

Hamo-tus 

Hoacock, ililes S. (Sec Morris and lloacock.) 

Hoaden, .Tobn S., and J. I. Spainbowov, Pleasant Hill, Mo. "Wasbius-macUiue 

lleafer, Edsar JI. (See Heater, Napoleon 15. and E. M.) 

Heater, Edgar M., Bloomington, 111. Floodgate for tile-drains 

Ileafer. Nanoleon B. and E."M., Bloomington, 111. Kiln for burning brick, pottery, &o 

Ueaford. Edwin V., Covington, Ky. Combined sasbcord fastener "and sasb-lock 

Ile.alev, Cbarles. (See Keene, George A., assignor.) 

Heale'v, Josepb S., East 'Weymoutb," assignor to S. Fi-ost, Newton, Mass. Anti-rattler for 

tbili-eouiilings - 

Heai>. David 1*., Newmirt. 15. I. App.aratus for making infusions 

Heard, .Tames Jf., St. Taul, Minn. Attachment of hair-springs to balauco-stali's 

He.arn. Edwin K., assignor to V. Lorillard it Co., Jersey City^N. J. Macbiuo for drying \ 

leaf-tobacco 3 

Hearst, Alexander, Peoria, HI. Corn-planter 

Hcastio. James. (See Cowburn, Thomas, assignor.) 

Heath, Cbarles F., "SVest Brighton, N. Y. Dustpan 

Heath, Charles F., 'West New Brighton, N. T. Oilcan 

Heath, Hubert S. (See Hancock .and Heatli.) 
Heath, Thomas T., et al. (See Fisher, William M., assignor.) 
He.aton, .Tobn W. (See Hitchiuer and Heaton.) 

Hebbard, Henry H., Clifton, and I. A. Hebbard, Kochester, N. T. ; said I. A. Hebbard as- 
signor to said H. H. Hebbard. Apple-parer 

Hebbard, Ira A. (See Hebbard. Henry H. and I. A.) 

Hebel. Jacob, Stew.artson, III. Harness 

Heberling, John, assignor to Hebcrliug llunning Stitch Sewing Machine Company, Mount 

Pleasant, Ohio. Euuuing-stitch sewing-raaehiue 

Heberling, John, assignor to Heberling Running Stiteb Sewing Machine Company, Mount 

Pleasant. Ohio. Euuning-stitch seivang-macbine !" 

Heberling Kuniiing Stitch Sewing Machine Company. (See Heberling, John, assignor.) 

Hebert. Oliver, Oswego, HI. Tongue-supporter lor vehicles 

Heck, Henry II., .and D. Reed. SiUlivan, Ind. Chnm 

Heck, Peter E., Conncrsville, Ind. Gate 

Heckel, George, Brooklyn, N. T. Sled-propeller 

Heckendorn, Henry C, assignor of one-half to "W. H. Wilhelm, Reading, Pa. Lathe for 

turning ov.als ". T 

Heckert^ William. (Sec Hosier, Theodore G., assignor.) 

Hcckert, William, Brooklyn, assignor to National Bank Note Company, New York, N. Y. 

Paper-cutting machine 

Hcckman. Napoleon J., Loughtou, England. Treating paper for detectivs pui'poses 

Hedden, Potter, et al. (See Cede. George P., assignor.) 

Hedden, Richard S., and L. A. McCormick, Ncw.ark, N. J. Hat-ironing machine 

Hcdderwiek, Percy D., Glasgow, North Britain, assignor, by mesne assignment, to R. Hoe ? 

& Co., New York, N. Y. Printing-machine ) 

Hedge, Barnabas, Augusta, Me., and F. A. Cushman, Lebanon, N. H. Vacuum dredgiug- 

machine - 

Hedges, Daniel T., and G. M. Needliam, Sioux City, Iowa. Device foriirotecting the banks 

of rivers 

Hedges, Isaac A., St. Louis, Mo. Mill for grinding corn in shuck 

Hedges, Samuel, Wheeling, and L. B. Morgan, Wc"st Liberty, W. Ta. Pivoted adjustable 

seat for harvesters, &c .' 

Hedrick, George T., assignor to himself and J. T. Bohon, Weaverton, Ky. Grain-bag 

nozzle and stopper 

Heebncr, David S., el al. (See Heebner, .Tosiab D., assignor.) 

Hcebner, David S., I. D., and W. D., L.ansdale, Pa. Feed-cutter , 

Heebner, David S. aud .T. ]).: said David S. Heebner assignor of two-thirds to I. D. and 
W. D. Heebner.- and said J. D. Heebner assignor to I. D., W. D., and D. S. Hcebner, 
Lansdale, Pa. Horse-power. (Reissue) 

Heebner, Isaac D. (See Heebner, David S.. I. D., and W. D.) 

Heebner, Is.aac D., et al. (Sec Hcebner, David S. .and J. D., assignors.) (Reissue.) 

Heebner, T.saac D.. et al. (.See Heebner, Josiah D., assignor.) 

Heebner, .losiab D. (See Heebner, D.ivid S. and J. D.) (Reissue.) 

Heebner, Jo.siab 1)., Nortonville, assignor of ono-balf interest to JD. S., I. D., aud W. D. ? 
Heebner, Lansdale, Pa. Binding atfaehment for reapers and harvesters 5 

Hcebner, William D. (See Heebner, David S., I. D., .and W. D.) 

Hcebucr, AVilliam D., et al. (See Heebner, David S. and J. D., as.siguors.) (Reissue.) 

Heebner, William D.. cf a(. (See Hcebner, .Tosiah D., assignor.) 

Heerlein, Ivobert. (See Bibn and Hcerleiu.) 

Hccrs, Henry C. W., Des Moines, .assignor of one-half interest to J. Berg, Grinuell, Iowa. 
Self-dropping attachment for corn-planters 

Hees, Wilbelni. (See Wittig anil Hccs.) 

Hce.sen Itrothers & Co. (Sic Ui espu, .lohu, assignor.) 

Heeseu, .Tobn, assignor to llccsen Brothers & Co., Tecumseh, Mich. Hog-ringing tool 

Heflner, .lolm. Piper's Run, Pa. Car-coupling = '. 

Hefner, O. O. (See Corr, Tliomas J., assignor.) 

Hegarty, .Tolni. New York. N. Y. IMston or plunger packing for fountains 

Hegcnian. AV. A, Ogdcn, trustee. (See Montgomery, .Tames, assignor.) 

Hegenian, William L. (See Fory and llogenian.) 

Hcffinbothom. .Toseph, Philadelphia, Pa. Head for circular-knitting machines 

Heick, William, assignor, by mesne assignment, to Tlumder Powder Company, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. Explosive compound 

Heidle, Adam. Bryan, Ohio. Faucet-lock fm- beereoolors 

Heikel, Otto, .fersiy City, N. .1.. a.ssiguor to National Electric Light and Power Company, ? 
New York, N. Y. Jlagnetoelectric machine '. . 5 

Heikes, Albert. York Sulphur Springs. Pa. Wagon-rcacb coupling 

Heil, J. B.. et al. (Sec Pawling. Joseph U.. assiguor.) 

Heilman, William, Evausville, Ind. Gearing for traction-engines 

Heilpriu, Angelo, Now York, N. Y. Music-leaf turner 

Hcimnnn, Hermann Cologne, Germany. Composition for preventing incrustation of boilers. 



231,313 

2-:23,226 

22.'), 127 

23.'J,853 
225,598 
228,349 

223,731 
226,611 

228,995 

229,126 
228,238 

224,334 
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229,251 

223,826 

227,249 

227,525 

223,732 
231,575 
232.181 
234,774 

233,753 

227,350 
225,282 

234,569 
231,316 

220,661 

225,522 
231,573 

224,905 

235,237 

234,183 



9,488 



227,774 



224,826 



226,915 
225,599 

227, .526 



235,238 

235,871 
228,069 

235,433 

224,531 

225,827 
229,313 
233,033 



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Mar. 10 
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Jan. 20 
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Mar. 23 

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May 11 

Jan. 20 
Aug. 24 
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Nov. 23 

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Nov. 16 
Aug. 17 

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Mar. 10 
Aug. 24 

Feb. 24 

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Nov. 9 
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Dec. 28 

May 23 

Dec. 14 

Feb. 17 

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Juno 29 

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367 
1191 

1189 

320 
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592 

1207 

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1041 
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396 

871 

587 
448 

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1067 
1334 



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1310 

1473 
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1469 
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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Aljphaheiical list of patentees — Continued 



Jfanie, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volmne. 






Official 
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Heimann, Julius, Xcn" York, and il. T. TVall, Brooklyn, X. T. Hat and other head-cov- 
ering 

Heimann, Julius, Xeiv Xork, and M. T. "Wall, Brooklyn, N. T. Hat or other head-covering. . 

Heine, August. (See Huntley and Heine.) 

Heine, Hermann, Berlin, Prussia, assignor to A. Meier 6c Co., St. Louis, Mo. Sectional J 
steam-generator 5 

Heincman, Timothy, Covington, Ky. Safe. (Reissue) 

Heinemann, Theodore "W. "(See Chalm, Adolph, assignor.) 

Heinemann, Theodore "W., Chicago, HI. Testicle-suspensory 

Heinisch, Gustav H. (See Simpson, Charles A. E., assignor.) 

Heintz, EmU, Auhui-n, N. T. Carpet-stretcher 

Heinze. Herman. Eureka. Mo. Fastening for maU-hags 

Heinzerling, Christian, Biedenkopf, Germany. Tawing hides 

Heisler, Charles, St. Louis, Mo. Combined house speaking and signaling apparatus 

Heisler, Charles, St. Louis, Mo. Electric alai-m-hell 

Heist, (jeorge K., TTinchester, Ta. Commode 

Heist, George K., Winchester, Va. Chair and stool 

Heiter, Simon, JTew Xork, N. T. TJmbrella and parasol 

Heitner, John. Xew York, N. Y. Kazor 

Heitz, Jacob, Sr. (See Lendner, Augustus E., assignor.) 

Heitzehnan. Peter, San Francisco, Cal. Faucet for sheet-metal vessels 

Helder, Philip C, and J. Pfender, E vansville, Ind. Poll for elbow-pipes 

Heller, Harry, Saline, Mich. Car-coupling 

Hellman. Louis, Chicago, HI. Combined cane-top and match-safe 

Hellyer, Samuel S., London, England, assignor to H. C. Meyer & Co., New York, N. Y. 
TVater-closet 

Helm, J. Henry, Allegheny, Pa. Die for welding chain-links 

Helm, J. Henry. Allegheny, Pa. Fence-post 

Helms, Charles H., Poughkeepsie, N. Y., assignor of one-half to G. H. P. Flagg, Boston, 
Mass. Sole-edge trimmer for boots and shoes 

H^me, Claude, Bay City, Mich. Pipe-clamp for oil-wells, &c 

Hemenway, Collier V.,"F. W. and "W". H. Bennett, and T. Kirk, TVeUington, Ohio. Brick- ? 
machine 3 

Hemenway, Haney, Kidott, assignor to A. E. Garver, Eockford, lU. Wire-stretcher 

Hemme, William, Michigan Valley, Kans. Sulky-plow 

Hemp, James, assignor of one-eighth interest to G. B. EusmiseUe, Middlebrook, Ya. Nut- 
lock 

Hempel, Henry A., assignor of one-half interest to J. A. Dingens, Buffalo, N. Y. Printer's 
lockin.^-up device 

Hemphill, James. Pittsbure, Pa. Steel blooming and slabbing mill 

Hempstead, Beall, Little Eock, Ark., assignor of one-half interest to J. P. Lovell, Wey- 
mouth, Mass. Ball-trap 

Hendee, Stephen A., et al. (See Baldwin, CadweU A., assignor.) 

Henderson, Benjamin I., Salem, Mass. Direct-acting engine 

Henderson, Fulton, Toledo, Ohio, assignor of oae-tlurd interest to D. Covert. Incrustation- 
preventive 

Henderson, Henry A., Lynn, assignor to F. F. Eaymond, 2d, trustee, Newton, Mass. Heel- 
trimming machine 

Henderson, Henry H., New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. Store-counter 

Henderson, James, Cambusbarrow, near Stirling, North Britain. Label-holder 

Henderson, Jeremiah H. (See Henderson and Notson.) 

Henderson. John and J. M., and J. Notson, Leon, Iowa. Motor for operating chums 

Henderson, John F., Bowling Green, Ky. Calendar for clocks 

Henderson, John F.. Franklin, Ky. Coffee-pot 

Henderson, Joseph C., Troy. N. Y. Chimney-ventilator 

Henderson, Leonard. (See' White and Henderson.) 

Henderson, William H,, Greenwood, Ind. Baking device 

Henderson. William M., Philadelphia, Pa. Car-brake 

Hendrick, Eli E,, Carbondale, Pa. Process and tool for uniting sheets of foil 

Hendrick, Eli E., Carbondale, Pa. Storage-tank 

Hendrick, Eli E., Carbondale, Pa. OU-tank 

Hendrick, George W., assignor to E. N. Welch Manufacturing Company, Forestville, Conn. 
Striking mechanism for clocks 

Hendricks, Adam C, Dulfield Station, assignor to himself and H. S. Shepherd, Shepherds- 
town, AV. Ya. Fertilizer attachment for seed-drills 

Hendricks. Adam C, Dnttield Station, W. Va. Fertilizer attachment for seed-drills 

Hendrickson, Hubbard, New York, N. Y. Brush 

Hendrickson, Justus J., and G. W. Berstler, Norristovm, Pa. Middlings-purifier 

Hendry, Hugh, Newark, N. J. Self-acting spinning-mule 

Hcndy, .Joshua. (See Cochrane, Thomas A., assignor,) (Eeissue.) 

Hendy, Joshua, San Francisco, Cal. Ore-feeder 

Heninston, Edwin L., Santaren, Para, Brazil. Coffee pulper and separator 

Henius, Mas W., New York, N. Y. Corset 

Henkle, Leonard, Eochester, N. Y. Lantern 

Henkle, Leonard. Eochester, N. Y. Lantern 

Henley, Albert, Lawrence, Kans. Machine for barbing fence-wire 

Henley, Albert, Lawrence, Kans. Device for forming fence-barbs 

Henley, Henry. (Sec Clippinger, Isaiah A., assignor.) 

Henley, James H., Leadville, Colo. Car-coupUng 

Henley, Micajah C, Eichmond, Ind. Eollerskate 

Henn, Alfred S., New Haven, Conn. Snap-hook 

Hennessv, James J., assignor of one-half interest to G- E. Fitzmyer, Buffalo, N. Y. Lum- 
ber-hoist 

Henning. Abel, Philadelphia, Pa, assignor, by mesne assignments, to United States Auto- 
matic Gas Machine Company. Gas-machine 

Henning, George C, Washington, D. C. Shirt 

Henningsen, Jens M., Copenhagen, Denmark, assignor to E. Wenderoth, Bremen, Germany. 
Apparatus for coloring tobacco-leaves 

Hennion, John P., et al. (See Dom, August, assignor.) 

Henriksen, Bernhardt E., San Francisco, Cal. Pneumatic safety-clutch 

Hcnriksen, Bernhardt E., San Francisco, Cal. Automatic safety-clutch 

Henriksen, Hans P., Copenhagen, Denmark, assignor to himself and L. Hansen, Brooklyn, > 
N. Y. Machine for sewing gloves. (Eeissue) ) 

Henry, B. Tyler, New Haven, Conn. Check-bit 



2-27,527 
230,276 

233,094 
9,305 

230,702 

231,666 
231,574 
231,797 
225,055 
227,433 
231,040 
231,576 
233,930 
229,127 

234,710 
227,897 
232,348 
233,676 

234,570 
223,345 
231,667 

234,869 
224,532 

225,283 

228,350 
235,767 

227,775 

227,004 
232,713 

227,776 

235,064 

231,909 

224,533 
224,429 

228,757 

224,430 
227,250 
227,251 
232,642 

229,314 
232,030 
234,184 
234,185 
234,186 

228,895 

224,184 
230,278 
230,277 
228,070 
225,934 

235,872 
232,714 
223,346 
225,983 
226,852 
232,819 
234,870 

225,129 
234,404 
229,885 

223,227 

232,715 
228,195 

234,474 

223,287 
229,606 

9,039 

229,886 



May 11 
July 20 

Oct. 12 
July 20 

Aug. 3 

Aug. 31 
Aug. 24 
Aug. 31 
Mar. 2 
May 11 
Aug. 10 
Aug. 24 
Nov. 2 
June 22 

Nov. 23 
May 25 
Sept. 21 
Oct. 26 

Nov. 16 
Jan. 6 
Aug. 31 

Nov. 30 
Feb. 17 

Mar. 9 

June 1 
Dec. 21 

May 18 

Apr. 27 
Sept. 28 

May 18 

Dec. 7 

Sept. 7 

Feb. 17 
Feb. 10 
June 15 

Feb. 10 
May 4 
May 4 
Sept. 28 

June 29 
Sept. 7 
Nov. 9 
Nov. 9 
3\oy. 9 

June 15 

Feb. 3 
July 20 
July 20 
May 25 
Mar. 30 

Dec. 28 
Sept. 23 
Jan. 6 
Mar. 30 
Apr. 27 
Oct. 5 
Nov. 30 

Mar. 2 
Nov. 16 
July 13 

Jan. 6 

Sept. 28 
June 1 

Nov. 16 

Jan. 6 
July 6 

Jan. 13 

July 13 



507 
909 

371 
1040 

122 

1238 

1124 

1396 

96 

403 

515 

1126 

116 

1179 

1114 
955 

577 
1105 

923 

160 

1239 

1312 
647 

367 

216 
866 

800 

1027 
1003 

800 

26 

38 

648 
526 
743 

527 
191 
191 
922 

1395 
187 
440 
442 
442 

909 

245 

910 

910 

1155 

1207 

1013 
1004 

101 
1205 

844 

27 

1314 

175 
726 
443 

21 

1006 
39 

807 

97 
114 

508 

444 



145 
258 

;102 
I 103 
'294 

36 

348 
315 



26 
117 
145 
315 

32 
323 

300 
274 
159 
307 

248 

42 

349 

354 

186 

;'107 

1108 

61 

242 

226 

284 
276 

226 

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186 
152 
205 

152 
55 
56 

254 

332 
51 
119 
119 
120 

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259 
258 
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342 

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277 
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Alpliabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



93 



Kame, residence, and invention. 



Henry, D. Tarrand, et al. (See Barker, Philander M., assignor.) 

Henry, Frank, Nevrport, Ky. Egg-ljeater 

Henry, Jacob A., Peabody, Kans. Parm-gato 

Henry, James. (See McLean and Henry.) 

Henry, Jane, and J. E. Smitb, Chicago, lU. Urinal for invalids 

Henry, John H., Hinsdale, N. T. Cylinder-machine for making paper , 

Henry, John J., assignor of one-half interest to F. K. Tyler, Baltimore, Md. Soldering-iron . . 

Henry, Thomas C, Shelby County, assignor of one-half interest to A. L. Cummins, Mem- 
phis, Tenn. Nnt-lock 

Henry, "William, New York, Jf. T. Tehicle-spring 

Henry, TVilliam T., Baltimore, Md. Machine for inserting rubber in the peripheries of 
drive-Tvheels 

Henry, "William "V., Sacramento, Cal. Pumping apparatus 

Eense, Charles, "Washington, B.C. Laying concrete pavements 

Hensey, "William, "Wamego, Kans. tJndershot Tvater-wheel 

Henszey, William P., ct al. (See Longstreth, Edward, assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Henszey, "Wmiam P., Philadelphia, Pa. Locomotive-engine 

Henszey, "William P., Philadelphia, Pa. Locomotive-boiler 

Henszey, "William P., Philadelphia, Pa. Narrow-gage locomotive 

Henwood, Horace E., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Car-coupling 

Hepbron, Sewell S., Fairlee, Md. Thill-coupling 

Hepburn. Thomas, Hopkins, Mo. Horse-collar 

Hepworth, Samael S., et al. (See Miiller, Telle H., assignor.) 

Hepworth, Samuel S., Yonkers, N. Y. Centrifugal machine 

Herancourt, A. Louis J. (See Zimmermann, Philip, assignor.) 

Herbert, Edward, and 0. T. Dougherty, assignors of one-half interest to P. Melchisedeck, 
Minneapolis, Minn . Permutation -lock 

Herbert, George E. "W., Cohocton, N. Y. Animal-poke 

Herbert, Gilbert I., New York, N. Y. Portable shelter 

Herbert. John B., and C. Laj-ton, Old Bridge, N. Y. Station-indicator 

Herbold, Philip, Jr., Gallon, Ohio. Eecllning-chair 

Herchelrodc, Henry C, assignor to A. C. Marshall and H. C. Graves, Dayton, Ohio. Horse- 
rake 



Herdic, Peter, "Williamsport, Pa. Euuning-gear for vehicles. 
Herdic, Peter, "WiUiamsport, Pa. Fare-box. ." 



Hergenriider, Christian "W., Baltimore, Md. Surveying and plotting instrument 

Herkner, Henry F. (See Chase, Eichard F. M., assignor.) 

Herlt, Hermann, New York, N. Y. Curtain-fixture. (Eeissue) 

Herman, John, Now York, N. Y. Suspenders 

Herman, John B., Blair, Nebr. "Wagon-axle 

Hermann, Christopher, Worcester, Mass. Letter-box boll 

Hermann, Max, Troy, N. Y. Machine for folding collars and cuffs 

Herndon, George P., "West Point, Miss. Alarm letter-box 

Herndon, George P., Eome, Ga. Hand-power for sewing-machines 

Herndon, (Jeorgo P., "West Point, Miss., assignor of one-half interest to A. B. Hurt, "Wash- 
ington, D. C. Electrical indicator for letter-boxes 

Herbld, John G., Moberly, Mo. Nut-lock 

Herrensehmidt, Henri, assignor of one-half interest to J. AVhite and "W. G. Lempriere, Mel- 
bourne, Victoria. Ore-roasting furnace 

Herrick, (jcorge "W., C. "W. "Wiptlcr, and T. H. Eoberts, assignors to Michigan Stove Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Stove-um 

Herrick, Lizzie, Iowa City, Iowa. Doll-support 

Herring, Frank 0., et al. (See Eichbaum, Henry, assignor.) 

Herring, James. (See Carpenter and Herring.) 

Herring, Nathan "W., Clara, Pa. Hay-press 

Herrmann, Henry. (Seo Tocci, Felice, assignor.) 

Herrmann, Jonas, Columbus, Ohio. "Window-cornice 

Herrmann, Martin. (See Kisinger. "William S., assignor.) 

Herrmann, "William, Cotton Plant, Mo. Cotton-cleaner. (Eeissue) 

Herschel, "William D., Philadelphia, assignor to J. 0. Colladay, Bryn Mawr, Pa. ScroU- 
sa wing machine 

Hersev. Charles H., assignor to C. H. and F. C. Hersey, Boston, Mass. Sugar-molding ? 
macliine > 

Hersey, Francis C, et al. (See Hersey, Charles H., assignor.) 

Hershey, Benjamin. (See Dudley and Hershey.) 

Hershey, Benjamin, assignor of two-thirds interest to E. Dudley and F. M. Crane, Erie, Pa. 
Clothes-wringer 

Herskcll, Eobert B., assignor to Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co., "Wallingford, Conn. Holder 
for electroplating 

Hertford, Joseph K., "Washington, D. C. Molded article from paper-pulp 

Hertle, John C, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Van Gelder & Co. Flanging -machine for 
sweat-bands 

Uerzbcrg, Morilz, assignor to himself, M. and H. O'Neil, New York, N. Y. M' tal stamp- 
ing, punching, and shearing machine 

Herzberg, Samuel, Pontiac, 111. Ticket-holder 

Herzog. August, New York, N. Y. Draftsman's triangle 

Hess, Daniel. Newton, N. Y. Violin case or box 

Hess. John M., assignor of one-half to C. H. Mintzer, Philadelphia, Pa. Metallic roof- 



Hess, .Tohn M., assimor of one-half to C. H. Mintzer, Philadelphia, Pa. Eaves-box 

Hess, Moritz. (See ilspig, "WUhelm, assignor.) 
Hess, S. Milton. (See Witmer, John M., assignor.) 

Hcssc, Frederick C., assignor to T. G. Eandall and M. Strausky, Cincinnati, Ohio. Domes- 
tic sifter 



Hesse, Joseph, San Francisco, Cal. Carpet-sewing machine 

Hessels, Anthony, New York, N. Y. Machine for polishing diamonds 

Hcssels, Anthony, New York, N. Y. Gem-setting 

Hessin, "William. (See Damant, "William E., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Hester, Thomas E. (See Crowe and Hester.) 

Heston, William, Eavenna, and C. Purdy, Cleveland, Ohio; said Purdy assignor to said 
Heston. Grain-cutting machine 

Heston. "William, Alliance, assignor to Quaker Mill Company, Eavenna, Ohio. Oatmeal- 
machine 



No. 



Date. 



232,125 
228,896 

231,487 
232,031 
223,849 

225,128 
224,906 

227,100 
227,528 
227,898 
231,041 

227,778 
232,032 
234,279 
223,733 
232,966 
228,351 

225,000 



231,166 
234,871 
225,372 
225,130 
235,239 

225,002 
226,748 
228,530 

231,709 



9,184 
231,798 
227,777 
233,617 
234,571 
227,005 
225,131 

228,071 
234,127 

223,850 

230,180 
232,403 



224,907 

236,028 

9,349 

233,752 
225,001 



229,129 

234,775 
227,357 

231,068 

226,612 
224,686 
233,618 
232,162 

231,317 
233,077 



231,718 
235,085 
231,577 
233,078 



227,026 I 

228,531 ! 



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June 15 

Aug. 24 
Sept. 7 
Jan. 27 

Mar. 2 
Fob. 24 

May 4 
May 11 
May 25 
Aug. 10 

May 18 
Sept. 7 
Nov. 9 
Jan. 20 
Oct. 5 
June 1 

Mar. 10 



Aug. 17 
Nov. 30 
Mar. 9 
Mar. 2 
Dec. 7 

Mar. 10 
Apr. 20 
June 8 

Aug. 31 



May 4 
Aug. 31 
May 18 
Oct. 20 
Nov. 10 
Apr. 27 
Mar. 2 

May 25 
Nov. 9 

Jan. 27 

July 20 
Sept. 21 



Feb. 24 

Dec. 28 

Aug. 24 

Oct. 20 
Mar. 10 

June 22 

Nov. 23 
May 11 

Aug. 31 

Apr. 20 
Feb. 17 
Oct. 26 
Sept. 14 

Aug. 17 
Oct. 26 



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Aug. 24 
Oct: 26 



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1315 
465 
175 
214 

732 
711 
443 

1397 



287 
1396 

801 
1036 

926 
1028 

177 

1157 
373 

785 

797 
645 



1103 

1203 

1196 

1188 
730 

1182 

1191 
322 

1240 

563 

829 

10.37 

368 

837 
1105 



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1127 

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287 

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365 

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581 
1383 

434 
555 
104 

486 
430 

981 
1072 
1165 

337 

1129 
555 

1087 
130 
771 

1262 

603 



309 

1234 

547 

486 

1316 

604 

886 

1306 

499 



1025 
498 

1129 
934 

1157 
948 
486 

1197 
1055 

165 

147 
645 



430 

1.504 

400 

900 
003 

1431 

1207 
1042 

474 

803 
371 
934 
592 

396 
946 



483 

1285 

449 

946 



1102 
1300 



94 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list o/^a<e«<ces— Continued. 



X.ime, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Hetherington, Jobn E. (See Graydon, Thomas "W., assignor.) 

Heuett, Francis M., Jug Tavern, Ga., assignor of one-half interest to W. E. McKinch, 
Chester, S. C. Keversible pole and shaft for vehicles 

Hoveenoid Manufaotaring Company. (See Gerncr, Henry, assignor.) 

Hewes, Alfred, Brooklyn, N. Y. Portable music-stand 

Hewes, Annette J. (See Hctvcs, Benjamin F., assignor.) 

Hewes, Benjamin F., assignor to A. J. Hewes, Crete, HI. Milk-cooler 

Hewitson, John, assignor to Eced & Barton, Taunton, Mass. Tool for ornamenting surfaces 
of metals 

Hewitson, John, and E. Tolman, assignors to Eeed & Barton, Taunton, Mass. Machine 
for ornamenting metal surfaces 

Hewitt, Abram S., et al. (See Faber du Faur, Adolph, assignor.) 

Hewitt, Benjamin, Birmingham, England. Plumber-block 

Hewitt, Charles, and J. Withington, Chambersburg, assignors to Trenton Iron Company, 
Trenton, N. J. Machine for coiling wire and rods 

Hewitt, Honry P., and J. E. BcnnettrLedyard, Conn. Clothes-pounder 

Hewitt, Samuel A., assignor to L. White, Bufialo, N. T. Roller for welding plane-iron 
stock 

Hewitt, S. Myron. (See Brigham, Hewitt, and Prusha.) 

Hewitt, "William, assignor to Trenton Iron Company, Trenton, N. J. Slitting old rails 

Hewitt, "William, and J. "Withington, Cliambcrsburg, assignors to Trenton Iron Comijany, ? 
Trenton, N. J. Furnace for annealing wire, &c 5 

Heyer, Frederick, Richmond, Va. Steam-engine governor 

Heyer, Ludwig, Berlin, Prussia, Germany. Treating waste vulcanized caoutchouc 

Heymann, Alfred T., Hamburg, Gennany. Extension-table , 

Heyser, "Walter J., et al. (See Junkin, James H., assignor.) 

Heyser, "Winfield C., et al. (See Junkin, James H., assignor.) 

Heysinger, Isaac W., Philadelphia, Pa. Device for filing and binding papers 

Heysinger, Isaac W., Philadelphia, Pa. Glazier's tool 

Hey wood Brothers & Co. (See Hey wood, Levi, assignor.) 

Heywood, Charles L., and R. Beoklen, assignors to Carburetted Air Gas Company, Boston, 
Mass. Carbureting apparatus 

Heywood, Levi, assignor to Heywood Brothers & Co., Gardner, Mass. Chair 

Hiatt, Leslie P., Peru, Iowa. "Wrench 

Hibbard, Frederick M., Muncie, Ind. Head-rest 

Hibbard, Thomas. (See Newton and Hibbard.) 

Hibbert, George. (See Cooke and Hibbert.) 

Hibbert, Thomas, CJochran, Ind. Grain-car door 

Hibbert, Thomas, Cochran, Ind. Railway continuous draw-bar 

Hickcox, George A., Brooklj'u, assignor to Stephens Patent Vise Company, New York, 
N. Y. Vise 

Hickey, George J., assignor of one-half interest to B. G. Button, "Waterloo, Iowa. Gas-regu- 
lating burner 

Hickey, James. (Sec Kelso, James P., assignor.) 

Hickman, Elijah, Red Bluff, Cal. Car-coupling 

Hickman, Francis, Reading, Pa., assignor to C. Parker Company, Meriden, Conn. Coffee- 
mill. 



Hickman, Henry, Omaha, Nebr. Collar-button and necktie-fastener 

Hickman, "William B., assignor to himself and "W. Price, Sterling, Kaus. Device for weld- 
ing plow-irons 

Hickok, Alonzo D., Columbus City, Iowa. Vehicle-spring 

Hickok, WiOiam H., East Troy, Pa. Ditching-machine 

Hickok, William O., A. Cooper, and G. "W. Brown, Harrisburg, Pa ; said Cooper and Brown \ 

assignors to said Hickok. Paper -ruling machine i 

Hickok, "William O., Harrisburg, Pa. Pen-clamp bar for ruling-machines 

. Hickox. Francis Z., assignor to himself, C. H. Bender, and M. J. Dwyer, ITtica, N. Y. Car- 



covipling 



Hicks, Abram V. S., Rockville Centre, N. Y. Combined hammock and supporting-frame. 
Hicks, Charles R., etal. (See Shaw, Charles H., assignor.) 

Hicks, Josephine M., Boston, Mass. Cistern-spout and trap therefor 

Hicks, J. "W. (See Sanford. Albert, assignor.) 

Hicks, Milton, Sr., et al. (See Haring, Cornelius A., assignor.) 

Hicks, Milton "W.. et al. (See Haring, Cornelius A., assignor.) 

Hicks, Oliver H., Chicago, HI. Paper bucket 

Hicks, Rebecca M., Minneapolis, Minn. Sewing-machine receptacle and extension-table 
leaf 



Hicks, Thomas, Jr.. Gravesend, N. Y. Milliner's steamer and presser 

Hicks, William C, Summit, N. J. Car- window 

Hicks, "William H. (See Morschhauser, Joseph, assignor.) (Reissue.) 
Hidden, Oliver M., et al. (See Gonne, "William H., assignor.) 

Hiekisch, Paul, Decatur, Dl. Vapor-burner 

Higbee, Charles "W. (See Bortree, Moses K., assignor.) 

Higbec, Miles, Baxlcy, Ind. Portable fence 

Higgin, Henry, Newport, Ky. Vehicle-bow trimming 

Higgiu, Thomas, Liverpool, England. Mannfacturiug fine salt 

Higginbotham, Kimp H., Waterford, Miss. "Water-wheel 

Higginbottom, James, and E. Hutcliinson, Liverpool, Great Britain. MUl for grinding 

grain, middlings, &c 

Higgins, Albert J., Standish, Me. AVrench 

Higgius, Crafts W., e{ aJ. (See Fleming, Henry "W., assignor.) j 

Higgins, William E. (See Best and Higgins.) 
Higham, Charles. (See Bingham and Higham.) 

Highbarger, John L., Sharpsburg, Md. Book-holder 

Hight, ComoUus R., Geneva, HI., assignor to S. A. Eaton. "Wheelbarrow. (Reissue) 

Higley, Aaron, assignor of one-half interest to F. Higley, Cleveland, Ohio. Journal-box 

Higley, Aaron, Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Higley Car Journal Company. Car-axle box. | 

(Reissue) j 

Higley Car Journal Company. (See Higley, Aaron, assignor.) I 

Higley, Frank. (See Higley, Aaron, asslmor.) I 

Hildebrand, Charles, assignor of one-half to Arras, Bell <fc Co., Youngstown, Ohio. Feed- ) ] 

Ing device for punching-machiues i 

Hildreth, Samuel E.. assignor of one-half interest to D. "W. Pond, "Worcester, Mass. Metal- i 

planing machine ; 

Hildrup, William T., and A. Tschop, Harrisburg, Pa. Guano-sower and seeder combined..; 



Date. 



232, 9C7 

224,687 

233,506 

225,828 

225,829 

226,747 

235,359 
223,508 

233,754 

224,827 

226,853 

236,029 
226,070 

229,128 



226,402 
231,225 



224,592 
232,496 
233,507 
231,.578 



230,012 
230,549 

232,892 

229,409 

232,126 

230,279 
226,071 

227,006 
229,609 
235,768 

223,912 

228,072 

223,509 

223,588 

232,820 



231,910 

232,127 
232,716 

224,778 



231,224 

226,403 
234,574 
224,014 
225,373 

225,374 
238,034 



223,589 
9,342 

227,627 

9,295 



233,757 

224,534 
231,669 



Oct. 5 

Feb. 17 

Oct. 19 

Mar. 23 

Mar. 23 

Apr. 20 

Dec. 14 
Jan. 13 

Oct. 26 

Feb. 24 

Apr. 27 

Dec. 28 
Mar. 30 
June 22 



Apr. 13 
Aug. 17 



Feb. 17 
Sept. 21 
Oct. 19 
Aug. 24 



July 13 
JiUy 27 

Oct. 5 

June 29 

Sept. 14 

July 20 
Mar. 30 

Apr. 27 
July 
Dec. 21 

Jan. 27 

May 25 

Jan. 13 
Jan. 13 

Oct. 5 



Sept. 7 

Sept. 14 
Sept. 28 
Feb. 24 



Aug. 17 

Apr. 13 
Nov. 16 
Feb. 3 
Mar. 9 

Mar. 9 
June 8 



Jan. 13 
Aug. 17 
May 18 

July 13 



Oct. 26 

Feb. 17 
Aug. 31 



Monthly 
volume. 






206 

830 

884 

1008 

1008 

710 

371 
371 

1191 

1013 

840 

1204 
1307 
1180 



293 
743 



727 

757 

885 

1129 



584 
1257 

118 

1506 

297 

911 
1308 

1029 

lie 

867 

863 

1157 

372 
464 



30 



38 

298 

1008 

956 



743 

295 

929 

49 

406 

467 
574 



465 
910 
624 

C92 



1194 

650 
1242 



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235 

244 

289 

290 

197 

102 
99 

330 

287 
:234 
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333 



323 



85 
208 



206 
209 
244 
316 



162 
354 

31 

415 

84 

259 
368 

285 
31 

242 
5 229 
J 230 

329 

99 
126 



8,9 

84 
277 
272 



208 

85 
249 

15 
136 

136 
152 



126 
256 
179 

193 



(331 
^332 

186 
349 



18 

17 

18 

17 

17 

17 

18 
17 

18 

17 

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18 
17 
17 



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18 



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18 

18 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Alphaheiical list of patentees — Continued. 



95 



Kamo, residence, and invention. 



Hildrup, W. T. (See Forlies, Jolin, assignor.) 

Hile, John W., Leavemvorth, Kans. Compensating clock-pendulum 

Hill, Albert T. (See Hill, Traman A. and A. T.) 

Hill, Andrew L., assignor to C. H. Brown, Decatur, HI. Metallic tenon for Wind-slats 

HUl, Bon.iamin 15. (See Sawyer, TVUlard W., assignor.) 

Hill, Benjamin B., Springfield, Mass. Copying-press 

Hill, Benjamin B., Springfield, Mass. Hand-stamp 

Hill, Britton A. (See Loehner, Augaste, assignor.) 

Hill, Chai les G., assignor of one-half interest to Gr. Feelemyer, Arlington, Md. ThiU-coup- 
ling 



Hill, Charles G., Arlington, Md. Supplemental horseshoe 

Hill, Charles G., Arlington, Md. Supplemental horseshoe 

Hill, Christopher, Poplar, England, (xrate for boiler-furnaces 

Hill, Ehenezer, South Norwalk, Conn. Engine for compressing air 

Hill, Edward K.. E. E. Tolman, and A. H. Howland, "Worcester, Mass. KaUway-velocipedo. . 
Hill, Edwin A., Heading, and "W". S. Hill, Hyde Park, Mass. ; said W". S. Hill assignor to 

said Edwin A. Hill. Metallic hair-hrush 

Hill, Erank A. (See Price, Jacob, assignor.) 

Hill, George J., assignor to himself and "W. S. Ovens, Buffalo, N. Y. Cracker-machine cutter. 

Hill, Henry, Freedom, Pa. Hand seed-sower 

Hill, Henry, Chester Cross Eoads, Ohio. Fence 

HiU, James, "Wilkesbarre, Pa. Bag-tie 

Hill, James, WUkesbarro, Pa. Step-ladder 

Hill, James J., St. Paul, Minn. Damping-car 

Hill, John, Columbus, (ja. Feed-indicator for cotton-openers 

Hill, John, Columbus, Ga. Fire-extinguisher 

HUl, John, Columbus, Ga. Mechanical movement 



:1 



HiU, John, Columbus, Ga. Lathe-dog 

Hill, John W., Cincinnati, Ohio. Grain-meter 

Hill, John AV., Cincinnati, Ohio. Grain-meter. (Eeissue) 

Hill, Joseph. (See Hanson, Joseph, assignor.) 

Hill, Joseph, Williarasport, Pa. Car-starter 

Hill, Joseph G., Newark, !N". J. Life-preserver, buoy, and boat 

Hill, Luciau, North Brookfield, assignor to X. C. Bates and D. H. Fanning, "Worcester, Mass. 

Corset-steel fastening 

Hill, Lysander, et al. ISee Darrell, Armistead M., assignor.) (Keissue.) 

Hill, Martin V. B., assignor to "Winchester Repeating Arms Company, New Haven, Conn. 

Machine for feeding cartridge-shells 

Hill, Milton B., Moline, 111. Hose-coupling 

HiU, Eichard T., St. Louis, Mo. Concentrated extract of tobacco 

HUl, Samuel Greensborough, "Vt. MUk-cooler 

Hill, Truman A. and A. T., Mount Morris, N. Y. Fertilizer-distributer 

Hill, "Wade H. (See Eheutan, Abram A., assignor.) 

Hill. "Walter N., trustee. (See Converse, George A., assignor.) 

Hill, "Walter N-, trustee. (See Maynard, "Washburn, assignor.) 

HUl, "Warren, Boston, Mass. Ticket-punch _ 

Hill, "Warren S. (Seo HUl, Edwin A. and AV. S.) 
Hill, "Warren S. (See Pinkham, TirreU, and HUl.) 

HiU, "Wilber F., and T. H. Hulbert, North Manchester, Conn. Expansion-pulley 

HiU. AVUliam E., assizor to himself and A. B. De Long, Big Kapids, Mich. Machine for 

rolUng and turning logs , 

Hillard, James P., Fall River, Mass. Valve 

Hillard, .James P., Fall River, assignor to "Whitehead & Atherton Machine Company, 

Lowell, Mass. Combined elevator and earlier 

Hillard, Jonathan I., ct al. (See Cutter, "WUUam P., assignor.) 

Hille, Paul, assignor of one-half interest to L. C. Hauenstein, Union, N. J. Machine for 

cleaning .ind polishing boots and shoes 

Hilliard, Hcddle. (See Knight and HiUiard.) 

HilUck, William P., F'ulton, N. Y. "Winding-arbor for stem-winding watches 

HUpcrt, August, Hoboken. N. J. Inlaying sheets of card or leather board or like material. . 

HUpert, Gideon C, HUl, N. H. Eyeglasses 

HUtzhimcr, Thomas M.. Jr., et al. (See Bowers, Marcus M., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Himes, Itichard. ElizavUle, Ky. Bee-hive 

Himpler, Francis G., Hoboken, N. J. "Wooden partition 

Hinchmau, John C. (See Stevens and Hincbman.) (Reissue.) 
Hinckley, Spiers & Hayes. (See Ransom, Hiram M., assignor.) 

Hincks, Enoch P., Bridgeport, Conn. Folding-top carriage 

Hinderliter, Isaac N., Cranberry township, Venango county. Pa. Belt-coupling 

Hinds, Charles H., New York, N. Y. Electric Ughting attachment for gas-burners 

Hinds, Frank. (See Parkinson, John H., assignor.) 
Hines, Burgess A., ct al. (See "Witail, George L., assignor.) 
Hines, John "W. (See Slaughter, Joel C, assignor.) 

Hinesly, Linzy, Athens, Ga. Cultivator and seeder 

Hinklc", George "W., Mendon, Mich. Holdback for vehicles 

Hinklc, George "W.. Mendon, Mich. Check-hook for harness 

Hinkle, Philip, San Francisco, Cal. Safety attachment for elevator-cages 

Hinks, James and .!., Birmingham, Enrfand. Mechanism for lighting Tamps 

Hinks, Joseph. (See Hinks, James and J.) 

Hinsdale, "William IJ., Garden City, N. Y. "Water-heater 

Hinsley, Benjamin, Philadelphia, ta. Differential-pulley hoisting apparatus 

Hinton, George. (Seo Needham and Hinton.) 

Hinton, James, Leicester, England, assignor to Lloyd, Supplee &, Walton, PhUadelphia, Pa. 

Curtain - fixture 

Hinvest, Robert, New York, N. Y. Ore-smelting furnace 

Hipkins, Stephen, Jr., Martin'.s Ferry, Ohio. Glass-mold 

Hipwell, George, assignor of one-half interest to Mason & Co., Des Moines, Iowa. Blank 

for atove-pipes 

Hirscli, Christian J. B., Zumbrota, Minn. Pipe-stem 

Hirsch, Michael C. (Sec Shaw, Elias J., assignor.) 

Hirschbeck, Michael, Solnhofen, Bavaria, Germany. Machine for grinding and poUshin 

stone 

Hirshheimer, Albert. (See Ryer, "William H., assignor.) 

Hirst, Charles S., Philadelphia, Pa. Safety pendant for watches 



=:} 



No. 



231,800 

224,908 

227,976 
232,349 



238,815 
229,007 
229,608 
224,088 
229,821 
229,252 

233,508 

230,480 
224,909 
229,315 
225,830 
225,831 
227,434 
224,185 
224,431 

226,751 

229,131 

227,089 
9,213 

223,347 
227,779 

225,375 



233,095 
228;i96 
229,130 
227,007 
231,801 



230,129 



227,358 

233,755 
234,573 

229,703 

228,073 

225,220 
230,770 
233,756 

226,013 
223,734 



235,528 
234,770 
235,769 



232,183 
225,603 
227,435 
232,608 
233,855 

223,911 
233,246 



230,416 
233,854 
224,433 

229,532 

220,750 

231,318 
235,529 



Date. 



Aug. 31 

Feb. 24 

May 25 
Sept. 21 



June 15 
July 6 
July 
Feb. 17 
July 13 
June 29 

Oct. 19 

July 27 
Fell. 24 
June 29 
Mar. 23 
Mar. 23 
May 11 
Feb. 3 
Feb. 10 

Apr. 20 

June 22 
May 18 
May 25 

Jan. 
May 18 

Mar. 9 



Oct. 12 
Jime 1 
June 22 
Apr. 27 
Aug. 31 



July 20 

May 11 

Oct. 26 
Nov. 16 

July 6 

May 25 

Mar. 9 
Aug. 3 
Oct. 26 

Apr. 20 
Jan. 20 



Dec. 14 
Nov. 23 
Dec. 21 



Sept. 14 
Mar. 16 
May 11 
Sept. 28 
Nov. 2 

Jan. 27 
Oct. 12 



July 27 
Nov. 2 
Feb. 10 

July 
Apr. 20 

Aug. 17 

Dec. 14 



Monthly 
volume. 



1401 
1105 



1052 
578 



821 
115 
115 
831 
371 
1315 

885 

1183 
1105 
1395 

1009 

1010 

404 

246 

528 

715 

1184 

699 

1256 

162 
803 

468 



374 

40 

1183 

1030 

1402 



732 



323 

1192 

928 

219 

1158 

282 

205 

1193 

564 
634 



583 

1192 

868 



369 
733 

405 

884 

36 

862 
553 



1103 

34 

530 

30 
714 

837 

584 



395 
310 



299 
159 



224 
~31 
31 
236 
102 
362 

245 

333 

316 

382 

290 

290 

118 

71 

152 

(199 

i200 

324 

198 

356 

42 

227 

137 



103 
13 



285 
395 



205 



94 

331 

249 

60 

(339 
i330 

81 

59 

331 

157 
171 



106 
322 
243 



102 
217 

118 

244 

9 

239 
153 



310 

9 

153 



199 



; 235 

'230 



167 



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Gazette. 



18 



18 
18 
17 

18 
17 

[18 

18 



499 
430 



1180 
634 



1371 

26 

26 

371 

71 

1459 

899 

215 
431 

1469 
f.59 
659 

1054 
244 
309 

886 

1432 
1113 
1213 

29 
1129 

548 



806 

1233 

1431 

948 

499 



137 

1042 

961 
1158 

40 

1197 

518 
280 
961 

863 
130 



1386 
1207 
1441 



593 

604 

1054 

692 

993 

177 
837 



202 
992 
310 

13 

886 

396 
1387 



96 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Xame, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Hirt, 'Willielm, Pittsturg, Pa., assignor to himself and Cunninghams & Co. Glass-maker's 
crane 

Hirt, Wilhelra, assignor of one-half to Cunninghams & Co., Pittsburg, Pa. Glass-maker's 



crane . 



Hiith, Joseph, St. Louis, Mo. Head-light 

Hisley, John P., Syracuse, N. T. Hame 

Histed, Thaddeus C, assignor of one-half to A. W. CaUen, Junction City, Kans. Hoisting 
apparatus for mining-shafts 

Hitchcock, Helen M.,^et al. (See Barlow, Elisha T., assignor.) 

Hitchcock, Jonathan, St. Paul, Minn., assignor to himself and D. M. "WTiite, Hudson, "Wis. 
Sand-band for vehicles 

Hitchcock, Porter A., and C. E. "Wakeman, Pontiao, Mich. Device for converting motion . . 

Hitchcock, Keuben A. (See Kenna, Joseph "W., assignor.) 

Hitchcock, Eobert, 'Watertown, N. Y. Mechanical-lamp shell 

Hitchcock, Kosweil D., .Jr., and G. H. Eead, Washington, B. C. Sailor's ditty-box 

Hitchiner, Alfred, and J. W. Heaton, Lawrence, Mass. Sled-propeller 

Hitt, Edgar, Katonah, N. T. Buckboard , 

Hoadley, Albert E., Chicago, HI. Car brake and starter 

Hoag, Andrew J. (See Brown and Hoag.) 

Hobbs, Alfred C, assignor to Union Metallic Cartridge Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Ma- 
chine for drawing cartridge-shells 

Hobbs, Augustin M., "Waupaca, Wis. Bran-cleaner and middlings-separator 

Hobbs, Charles "W., United States Army. Camp-stove ' 

Hobbs, Horatio. (See Gordon, Edward 'F., assignor.) 

Hobbs, Joseph D., Burlington, Iowa. Churn 

Hobbs, Joseph D., Burlington, Iowa. Driving-gear for sieves, grain-riddles, &c 

Hobler, Peter, Batavia, and E. G. Good, assignors to American Grinding Mill Company, 
Chicago, HI. Grinding-mUl 

Hobson,' S. D. (See Paquet, Erank, assignor.) 

Hochhausen, "William, New York, N. Y. Dynamo-electric machine 

Hochliausen, William, Kew York, N. Y. Magneto-electric machine 

Hochstrate, Heinrich, Zeche Kheinpreussen at Homberg-on-the-Ehine,' Germany. Ore- 
separator 

Hock, Julius, Vienna, Austria. Caloric engine 

Hockaday, Edmund I., Pleasant Hill, Mo. Car-brake 

Hockor, David K., Philadelphia, Pa. Sample-exhibitor 

Hocker, James M. (See Tabler, John H., assignor.) 

Hocking Valley Manufacturing Company. (See Outcalt and Kissner, assignors.) 

Hodge, George E. (See Weber, August, assignor.) 

Hodge, John T., Carter's Depot, Tenn. Device for delivering groceries to counter-scales. . . 

Hodge, Samuel F., Detroit, Mich. Method of and apparatus for pulverizing and separating 

metalliferous quartz, &o. (Eeissue) 

Hodgcn, Samuel P., Pittsfield, HI. Sidewalk 

Hodges, Andrew J. , Peoria, HI. Grain-header. (Eeissue) 

Hodges, Andrew J., Peoria, HI. Harvester. (Eeissue) 

Hodges, Henry C, and C. H. Parshall, Detroit, Mich. Lubricator 

Hodges, JohnH., assignor to himself and P. M. Carpenter, Attleborough, Mass. Separable 

button 



Hodges, Pliny F., assignor to himself and W. Deering, Chicago, HI. Grain-binder 

Hodges, Pliny F., issignor to himself and W. Deering, Chicago, HI. Stop-motion gear 

Hodges, Pliny F., assignor to himself and W. Deering, Chicago, HI. Grain-binder 

Hodges, Samuel H., Boston, Mass. Cutting boarder table 

Hoe & C)o., E. (See CroweU, Luther C., assignor.) 

Hoe & Co., E. (See Hedderwick, Percy D., assignor.) 

Hoe & Co., E. (See Eichards, John W., assignor.) 

Hoe & Co., E. (See Spalckhaver, William, assignor.) 

Hoe, Eichard M., and S. D. Tucker, New York, N. Y. Sheet-delivery apparatus for print- ? 

ing-machines > 

Hoefjen, WiUiam, New York, N. Y. Machine for packing boned ham 

Hoeft, Hermann W., La Crosse, Wis. Eooling 

Hoen, August, Baltimore, Md. Lithographic process 

Hoepner, Louis, Sandwich, HI. Hay-elevator 

Hoernes, Nikolaus A., assignor of one-half to H. Eendtorff, Chicago, HI. Board-fastener. . . 

Hofele, Ferdinand W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Telescopic ladder 

Hoflf, William G. (See Patterson, John S. B., assignor.) 
Hoffeld, E. (See Gingras, Timothy, assignor.) 

Hoffman, Austin D., assignor to "W. A. Amberg, Chicago, lU. Temporary binder 

Hoffman, Austin D., and A. Moody, Chicago, lU. ; said Hoffman assignor to said Moody. 

Pie-making machine 

Hof&aan, Austin D., assignor of one-half to A. Pelton and A. J. Pomeroy, Chicago, 111. 

Piano-stool 

Hoffman, Charles D., assignor to M. C. and M. Hoffman, and M. E. Eenne, Cairo, N. Y. 

Washing-machine 

Hoffman, Edward J., Vermillion, Dak. Ter. Life-protector for railway -rails 

Hoffman, Jacob, Chippewa Falls, Wis. Flat-iron heater 

Hoffman, Joseph. (See Benson and Hofiinan.) 

Hoffman, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Lead and crayon holder 

Hoffman, Joseph, assignor to J. Eeckendorfer, New York, N. Y. Lead and crayon holder 

Hoffman, Joseph, assignor to J. Eeckendorfer, New York, N. Y. ~ ' 

Hoffman, Joseph, assignor to J. Eeckendorfer, New York, N. Y. 

Hoffman, .Joseph, assignor to J. Eeckendorfer, New York, N. Y. 

Hoffman, Joseph, assignor to J. Eeckendorfer, New York, N. Y. 

Hoffman, Joseph, assignor to J. Eeckendorfer, New York, N. Y. 

Hoffman, Joseph, assignor to J. Eeckendorfer, New York, N. Y. 

Hoffman, Joseph V., Earitan, N. J. Lathe-tool 

Hoffman, Mary, et al. (See Hoffman, Charles D., assignor.) 
Hoffman, Mary C, et al. (See Hoffman, Charles D., assignor.) 

Hoffman, William, United States Army. Knapsack attachment 

Hoffman, William D., and J. D. Palmer, Sigourney, Iowa. Electric vapor-bath 
Hoffmann, Emma, et al. (See Dewey, Jerome W., assignor.) 



Lead and crayon holder. . 
Lead and crayon holder. . 
Lead and crayon holder. . 
Lead and crayon holder. . 
Lead and crayon holder. . 
Lead and crayon holder. . 



223,348 

234,777 
227,028 
230,939 

235,681 



234,572 
225,376 

234,910 
225,377 
224,432 
228,352 
229,041 



228,197 
232,272 
227,107 

225,832 

228,758 

220,315 

224,593 
233,515 

2.35,770 
231,488 
235,530 

234,778 



227,780 

9,053 

233,348 

9,040 

9,279 

225,985 

230,017 

223,805 

223,800 
233,151 
227,252 



226,916 

234,983 
232,043 
227,782 
233,759 
234,370 

232,968 



225,012 

227,030 

235,360 

227,781 
228,353 
230,777 

223,513 
223,510 
223,511 
223,512 
225,379 
228,897 
235,149 
235.150 
233,509 

227,166 
230,030 



Date. 



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Nov. 23 
May 18 
Aug. 10 

Dec. 21 



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Mar. 9 

Nov. 30 
Mar. 9 
Feb. 10 
Juno 1 
June 22 



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Sept. 14 
May 4 

Mar. 23 
June 15 

Apr. 

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Oct. 19 

Dec. 21 
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Dec. 14 

Nov. 23 



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Jan. 20 

Oct. 19 

Jan. 13 

July 6 

Mar. 30 

July 13 

Jan. 27 

Jan. 27 

Oct. 12 

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Apr. 27 

Nov. 30 

Sept. 28 

May 18 

Oct. 26 

Nov. 9 

Oct. 5 



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May 18 

Dec. 14 

May 18 
Jane 1 
Aug. 3 

Jan. 13 

Jan. 13 

Jan. 13 

Jan. 13 

Mar. 9 

June 15 

Dec. 7 

Dec. 7 

Oct. 19 



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Dec. 28 



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894 

809 
1024 

585 

1194 



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712 
701 
512 
329 

1208 

590 

731 

734 
440 
192 



922 

1455 
923 
805 

1198 
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207 



34 

027 

373 

805 
217 
205 

375 
373 
374 
375 
472 
912 
108 
109 
887 



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42 

322 
179 
117 

217 



248 
137 

309 

137 

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132 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Alplidbetical list of patentees — Continued. 



97 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Hoffmann, Fredrick A., assignor of one-half to J. Stictney, Baldwin City, Kans. Grain 
steamer and drier 

Hoffmann, Friedricli, Berlin, Prussia, Germany. Kailway-rail 

Hoffmann, Herm-ann, Now York, N. Y. Alarm-lock 

Hoffmeier, Amos K., Lancaster, Pa. Kitchen-table 

Hoffmeister. William C, Mossy Creek, Tenn. Double try-square 

Hofmann, Heinrich, Gotha, Saxo-Coburg Gotha, Germany. Inkstand 

Hofmann, Ottokar, Monitor, Cal. Extracting metals from ores 

Hogan, John, Cullom, 111. Broadcast-seeder 

Hogan, John K., Placerville, Cal. Peach-stoner 

Hogan, Matthew, assignor to Hartford Sanitary Plumbing Company, Hartford, Conn. Self- 
closing cock 

Hogelaml, Israel, assignor to himself and G. P. Anderson, Indianapolis, Ind. Machine for 
pressing and molding clay into tiles and other articles 

Hogeland. Israel, assignor to himself and G. P. Anderson, Indianapolis, Ind. Portable 
AT;irdrobo for trunks 

Hogeland, Israel, assignor to himself and G. P. Anderson, Indianapolis, Ind. Seasoning 
cylinders of one-stave vessels "^ . 

Hogg, John W.. Washington, D. C. Basket 

Hogiie, William 0., Columbus, Ind. Carpet-stretcher 

Hohenstein, Archie G., assignor of one-half interest to J. Parker, New Haven, Conn. Car- 
coupling 

Hohmaief , Frederick. (See Ammarell, Christian, assignor.) 

Hoit, Charles W., Petaluma, Cal. Grafting-tool 

Hoit, David, West Albany, N. Y., assignor of one-half interest to A. Middleton, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Draw-bar for railway-cars 

Hojer, George W. (See Lima, Santiago, assignor.) 

Hoke, John I., South Bend, Ind. Sulky-plow 

Hoke, Samuel, Frederick, Md. Seeding-machine 

Holbeck, John F. T., ct al. (See Baxley, Levi L., assignor.) 

Holbrook, Francis W., Minneapolis, Minn. Gate-roller 

Holbrook, Joseph F., cl al. (See Hastings, Emory B., assignor.) 

Holbrook, Joslah, Lebanon, Ohio. Device for adjusting windows 

Holbrook, Martin L., New York, N. Y. Muscle and skin beater 

Holbrook, Myron A., et al. (See Lupton, Addison, assignor.) 

Holcomb, Abel P., assignor to Huntley, Holcomb & Heine, SUver Creek, N. Y. Steam- 
generator 

Holcomb, Gustaf, Stillwater, Minn. Thrashing-machine 

Holcombe, Alfred G., assignortoC. A.Seeley, New York, N. Y. Magneto-electric machine. 

Holcombe, Alfred G., Granby, Conn. Electric light 

Holcombe, Alfred G., Granby, Conn., and C. A. Cheever, New York, N. Y., assignors to 
said Cheever, trustee. Electrical rock-drill 

Holcombe, Alfred G., Granby, Conn., acd C. A. Cheever, New York, N. Y., assignors to 
said Cheever, trustee. Electrical rock-drill 

Holden, Cyrus B., Worcester, Mass., assignor to J. E. Wisner, Friendship, N. Y. Horse 
hay-rake. (Eeissne) ; 

Holiien, George W. (See Howell, Henry L., assignor.) 

Holderer, George C, Namur, Belgium. Manufacture of beer 

Holgate, Eeuben, Neponset, 111. Gang-plow 

Holl, Lars, St. Louis, Mo. Double revolving chair 

Holland, Benjamin F., Utica, 111. Lime and cement kiln 

Holland, Chairles, Cliicago, HI. Steam-generator 

Holland, Charles A., Fayetteville, N. C. Harness-maker's stitching-horse 

Holland, Charles A.. Fayetteville, N. C, assignor to C. A. Avery, New York, N. Y. Har- } 
ness-maker's stitching-horse 5 

Holland, Gilbert F., Boston, Mass. Compound for preserving food 

Holland, (5ustavus, San Francisco, Cal. Condiment compound 

Holland, Timothy, and J. B. VaUee, Troy, N. Y. Squirt-can 

Holland, Timothy, Troy, N. Y. Globe-valve 

Hollem, John A., New York, N. Y. Animal-trap • 

HoUcnder, EmU, New York, N. Y. Bottle-stopping device 

HoUender, Emil, New York, N. Y. Bottle-stopper 

Holley, Harrison W. (See Farmer, Marcellus J., assignor.) 

Holley, Harrison W., assignor of one-fourth interest to E. T. Pollard, Lynchburg, Va. 
Machine for rolling and cutting tobacco 

Hollev, Jeremy P., Farmington, Me. Swivel-plow and colter 

HoUiday, George H., Hanging Eock, assignor to L. Kahn, Cincinnati, Ohio. Shelf for stove- 
ovens 

HoUinger, Jacob, and J. Flinner, Millersburg, Ohio. Gate 

Hollingsworth, James, Chicago, 111. Horse-rake 

HoUiater, Orange E., assignor of one-half to L. L. Hull, Oskaloosa, Iowa. Harness 

Holloway, Charles T., Baltimore, Md. Fire-engine truck 

Holloway, Charles T., Baltimore, Md. Fire-extinguisher. ( Reissue) 

Holloway, George, Chartham, near Canterbury, England. Paper-making machinery 

Holloway, George, Chartham, noar Canterbui-y, England. Felt-cleaning apparatus for 
paper-machines 

Holloway, Josephus F., Cleveland, Ohio. Compound engine 

Holloway, Nathan. (See Link, Frederic W., assignor.) 

Hollow.ay, Willis W., and •!. A. McCain, Carrollton, Ga. Washing-machine 

Hollway, John, London, Great Britain. Production of 3uli)hur, copper matte, &c., from 

pyrites 

Hotlwede, Chailes, St. Louis, Mo. Brush-wrapper 

Holly, Birdsill, Lockport, N. Y. Steam heatinjj-radiator 

Holly, George W.. Low Moor, Iowa. Combined shoveling-board and end-gate for wagons. . 
Holly, Harrison W. (See Pollard, Edward T., assignor.) 

Holly, Henry W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Slating compound for erasable tablets 

Holly, James H., et al. (Sec Pont, Addie M., assignor.) 

Holman, Albert P., assignor to Rockingham Shoe Company, Portsmouth, N. H. Shoe 

Holmes, Booth & Haydens. (See Hayden, Hiram W., assignor.) 

Holmes, Booth & Haydens. (See White, Hiram .J., a.ssignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Holmes, Britain. (See Holmes, Edward and B.) 

Holmes, C. E. L. (See Smith, William M., assignor.) 

Holmes, Daniel M., New York, N. Y. Cake-machine. (Reissue) 

7 PAT 



No. 



234,281 
229,410 
2,32,497 
229,533 
235,434 
234,128 
223,913 
226,510 
225,378 

232,350 

224,015 

226,855 

230,481 
226,854 
231,167 

229,411 

229,040 

225,132 

230,014 
232,718 

228,354 

231,319 
233.758 



231,320 
223,914 
232,498 
233,096 

235,947 

235,948 

9,133 

224,186 
229,822 
229,704 
224,912 
226,072 
225,604 

232,351 

229,042 
228,898 
227,108 
235,086 
224,910 
237,529 
228,355 



225,833 
225,134 

231,911 
229,412 
231,170 
235,874 
224,911 
9,271 

231,109 



231,579 
224,779 

224,089 

234,129 
224,913 
232,821 
232,969 

225,133 

234,187 



9,062 



Date. 



Nov. 9 
June 29 
Sept. 21 
July 6 
Dec. 14 
Nov. 9 
Jan. 27 
Apr. 13 
Mar. 9 

Sept. 21 

Feb. 3 

Apr. 27 

July 27 
Apr. 27 
Aug. 17 

June 29 

June 22 

Mar. 2 

July 13 

Sept. 28 

Juno 1 

Aug. 17 
Oct. 20 



Aug. 17 
Jan. 27 
Sept. 21 
Oct. 12 

Dec. 28 

Dec. 28 

Mar. 30 

Feb. 3 
July 13 
July 
Feb. 24 
Mar. 30 
Mar. 16 

Sept. 21 

June 22 
June 15 
May 4 
Dec. 7 
Feb. 24 
May 11 
June 1 



Mar. 23 
Mar. 2 

Sept. 7 
June 29 
Aug. 17 
Dec. 28 
Feb. 24 
June 29 

Aug. 17 



Aug. 24 
Feb. 24 

Fob. 17 

Nov. 9 

Feb. 24 

Oct. 5 

Oct. 5 

Mar. 2 

Nov. 9 



Feb. 



Monthly 
volume. 






559 
1507 
758 
31 
405 
373 
865 
438 
471 

579 

50 

848 

1185 
847 
670 

1508 

1084 

177 

580 
1009 

218 

839 
1197 



840 
866 
759 
376 

1108 

1110 

1397 

247 
372 
220 
1108 
1309 
734 

580 

1087 

913 

20 

29 

1106 

508 

219 



1011 
179 

39 
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675 
1016 
1107 
1636 

673 



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957 

832 

374 

1109 

30 

211 

178 

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307 

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50 

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190 
281 
310 
450 
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1273 

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1484 

004 

13 

1307 

1056 

177 

831 

548 

634 

212 

920 

216 
920 
369 

1484 

1417 

486 

105 
713 

1262 

397 
902 



397 
178 
004 
800 

1489 

1489 

734 

244 
71 
41 
431 
720 
604 

035 

1417 
1384 

981 
1280 

431 
1073 
1203 



659 

487 

530 
1484 

370 
1474 

431 
1502 

309 



449 

407 

371 

1056 
431 
743 
773 

487 

1008 



257 



98 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Ko. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



p. 



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Holmes, Edward and B., Buffalo, 'N. Y. MacMne for making staves 

Holmes, Edward and B., Buffalo, N. Y. Drying- kiln 

Holmes, Edward and B., Buffalo, N. Y. Apjjaratus for drying barrels 

Holmes, Edwin, Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric-circuit-breaking clock. (Eeissue) 

Holmes, Elijab, Lynn, Mass. Peg-cutter 

Holmes, Elijah, Lynn, Mass. Peg-cutter 

Holmes, Ezokiel B., Canandaigua, K. Y. Apparatus for making illuminating-gaa from 

hydrocarbon liquid and water , 

Holmes, George 1<\, Fonda, N. Y. Kailway -train indicator 

Holmes, George H. (See Dennett and Holmes.) 

Holmes, George "W., Council Bluffs, Iowa. Oven for drying fruit, &c 

Holmes, Hugh A. (See Grossman, Montgomery, assignor.) 

Holmes, Ira, Holmesville, N. Y. Turbine water-wheel 

Holmes, James, Eranklln, Ind. Device for filling graves 

Holmes, John H., Charleston, Kans. Chum 

Holmes, Joseph H., et al. (See Holmes, "William, assignor.) 

Holmes, Mary A. C, Newport, K. I. Mechanism for channeling and pricking the soles of 

boots and shoos '. , 

Holmes, Kelson, Ypsilanti, Mich. Windmill 

Holmes, Kelson, Ypsilanti, Mich. Pump , 

Holmes, Philip H., Gardiner, Me. Wood fiber for paper-pulps, and process and machine 

for producing the wood fiber 

Holmes, Thomas, et al. (See Holmes, William, assignor.) 
Holmes, Thomas J. (See Youngblood and Holmes.) 
Holmes, Thomas J., Boston, Mass. Liquid-ejector 



Holmes, William, assimor to himself, T. and J. H. Holmes, Philadelphia, Pa. Loom-shuttle . 
Holmgreen, JuUua EL, assignor to A. T. Bennett, Chicago, HI. Wick-raiser for lamp- 



stoves 



Holt, Alden. (See Jones and Holt.) 

Holt & Co., Hiram. (See Ofiineer, James, assignor.) (Eeisaue.) 

Holt, Frederick W. (See Murray and Holt.) 

Holt, Gardner L., Springfield, Mass. Bit-brace 

Holt, John P., Cleveland, Ohio. Barrel-filler 

Holt, Jordan C. (See Seitz, Philip, assignor.) 

Holt, Eobert, assignor to E. & H. Adams, Paterson, K. J. Machine for stretching woven 
fabrics . 



Holtcr, Peter A., Worcester, Mass. Eevolving iire-arm 

Holton, Charles C. (See Good, Edward G., assignor.) 

Helton, Francis H., Brooklyn, K. Y., assignor to O. Cleveland, Jersey City, K. J. 
rubber. 



Erasive 



Holton, George D., et al. (See Walsh, James F., assignor.) 

Holton, George J., Galesburg, assignor of one-half interest to J. K. Shehi, Monmouth, HI. ? 
Car-axle box 5 

Holton, Merritt A., Fitchburg, Mass. Leather-skiving machine 

Holton, Thomas J. , Philadelphia, Pa. Sewing-machine shuttle 

Holtz, CarlE., St. Louis, Mo. Zithern 

Holtz, Carl E., St. Louis, Mo. Harp 

Holtz, Julius, assignor to Chemische Fabrik auf Actien, (Vorm E. Schering,) Berlin, Prus- 
sia, Germany. Obtaining tannic acid 

Holtzmann, EmU, Speyer, Germany, assignor to W. Arbuthnot, London, England. Pro- 
ducing multiple copies of writings 

Holub, Frank. (See Locke, Charles S., assignor.) 

Holub, Frank, andC. S. Locke, Chicago, m. Machine for bending and forging horseshoe- } 
blanks 5 

Holub, Frank, and C. S. Locke, Chicago, HI. Machine for creasing, punching, and swaging ? 
horseshoe-blanks 5 

Holub, Frank, and C.S.Locke, Chicago, Hi. Machine for splitting old railway - rails and 
rolling the pieces into merchantable bars 

Holyoke, Samuel G. (See Brown and Holyoke.) 

Holz, Louis, andL. Meyer, Paris, France. Tooth-brush 

Holzner, Charles, and F. Tohringer, Louisville, Ky. Coal-hod 

Honzik, Eudolf. (See Schlimp and Honzik.) 

Hood, Freeman W., Korwich, Conn. Eevolving fire-arm 

Hood, Harrison P., assignor of one-half interest to E. E. Eouse, Indianapolis, Ind. Wrench. . 

Hood, Willis F., Deerfield, Mich. Bias-cutter 

Hook, Joseph, et al. (See Gardner, Eobert J., assignor.) 

Hooker, Thomas, Syracuse, K. Y. Machine for straightening and gaging twist drills and 
bits 



Hooker, Thomas, Syracuse, K. Y. Machine for making twist-drills 

Hooker, William H., Lone Oak, Tex. Horse-power machine 

Hookham, George, assignor of one-half to A. Ludlow, Birmingham, county of Warwick, ? 

England. Metallic lino or cord and fastening for suspending pictures, &c ) 

Hooper, Clark, Cairo, Mich. Door-check 

Hooper, Francis X. (See Bateman and Hooper.) 
Hooper, Nicholas B. (See Keenan, William, assignor.) 
Hooper, Nicholas B. (See Keenan, William, assignor.) (Eeissue.) 
Hooper & Sons, William E. (See Chandlee, Isaac G., assignor.) 

Hooper, William, Ticonderoga, K. Y. Ore-separator 

Hoopes, William H., Baltimore, Md. Manufacture of artificial stone or marble 

Hoopcs, William H., Baltimore, Md. Paint 

Hooven, James, Korristown, Pa. Machine for skelping iron.' 

Hoover, Eli, West Branch, Iowa. Cattle-pump 

Hoover, Isaac, Samaria, Mich. Washing-machine 

Hoover, Thomas J., Woodbury, Teun. Car-coupling 

Hope, George T., et al. (See Allen, John F., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Hope, John, Providence, E. I. Engraving-machine '. 

Hopfon, Anton, Kcw York, N. Y. Box, &c 

Hopkin, George E., Philadelphia, Pa. Stove attachment 

H«pkins, Addison S. (See Macomber, WJlUam C, assignor.) 

Hopkins, Burton .T., Ontario, K. Y. Apple-corer. 

Hopkins, Caleb, WaUham, Mass. Watch-maker's lathe-chuck 

Hopkins, David A., Park Eidge, K. J. Journal-bearing ... . 

Hopkins, Francis, New York, N. Y. Eyeglasses 

Hopkins, George M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Telegraph-relay 

Hopkms, George M., BrooMyn, N. Y. Telephone-transmitter 



224,187 
231,168 
235,531 
9,209 
225,284 
225,285 

231,423 
230,417 

232,033 

227,253 
226,856 
232,717 



227,167 
234,188 
234,189 

228,899 



233,248 
231,042 

233,856 



235,532 
233,247 



230,703 
223,645 



233,511 

233,152 

230,280 
233,760 
224,535 
224,536 

231,489 

227,629 

227,008 
277,009 

227,010 

229,823 
223,349 

235,240 
225,135 
234,476 

235,533 
235,534 
227,900 

236,031 

225,380 



235,241 
223,735 
231,960 
225,835 
232,499 
229,610 
233,514 

225,705 
234,280 
229,824 

227,901 
233,097 
23,5,435 
235,430 
229,414 
231,220 



Feb. 3 
Aug. 17 
Dec. 14 
May 18 
Mar. 9 
Mar. 9 

Aug. 24 
July 27 

Sept. 7 

May 4 
Apr. 27 
Sept. 28 



May 4 
Nov. 9 
Nov. 9 

June 15 



Oct. 12 
Aug. 10 

Nov. 2 



Dec. 14 
Oct. 12 



Aug. 3 
Jan. 20 



Oct. 19 

Oct. 12 

July 20 

Oct. 26 

Feb. 17 

Feb. 17 

Aug. 24 

May 18 

Apr. 27 
Apr. 27 

Apr. 27 

July 13 
Jan. 6 

Deo. 7 
Mar. 2 



Nov. 


16 


Dec. 


14 


Dec. 


14 


May 


25 


Dec. 


28 


Mar. 


9 


Dec. 


7 


Jan. 


20 


Sept. 


7 


Mar. 


23 


Sept. 
July 


21 


6 


Oct. 


19 


Mar. 


23 


Nov. 


9 


July 


13 


May 


25 


Oct. 


12 


Dec. 


14 


Dec. 


14 


June 29 1 


Aug. 


17 1 



248 
671 
586 
921 
369 
370 

956 
1103 

192 

193 

849 
1009 



93 
444 
446 

913 



556 
517 



37 



587 
555 



123 

538 



889 

442 

912 

1199 

651 

651 

1026 

626 

1030 
1032 

1033 

374 
164 

215 
179 
809 

588 
589 
958 

1207 

473 



216 
635 
111 
1013 
760 
117 
892 

865 
557 
375 

959 
377 
466 
467 
1511 
744 



72 
189 
167 
263 
108 
108 

270 
310 

52 

56 
235 

278 



26 
120 
121 

249 



154 
145 

9,10 



167 
154 



36 
145 



245 

:121 
122 

'259 
332 

187 
187 

288 



C285 
1286 
C286 
1287 

287 

103 
43 

58 

50 

217 



168 
168 
275 
C333 
1334 
138 



59 



28 
291 
210 

31 
247 

253 
152 
104 

275 
104 
132 
132 
417 
208 



17 

18 
18 
17 
17 
17 

18 
18 

18 

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17 

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17 

18 
18 

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18 

18 



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18 



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18 
18 
17 
17 

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18 
17 

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18 
17 
18 
17 
18 
18 
18 

17 
18 
18 

17 

18 
18 
18 
17 
18 



244 
369 
1387 
1149 
531 
531 

422 
202 

556 

1009 
920 
713 



993 
1068 
1069 

1384 



838 
337 

993 



1387 
837 



266 
115 



899 



817 

164 
962 
340 
341 

434 

I 

1103 



949 
94» 



949 

72 
30 

I 

131C 

487 
1138 



1387 
1388 
1166 

1505 

548 



1316 
130 
541 
660 
664 
26 
900 

036 

1087 

72 

1166 
806 
1367 
1367 
1484 
380 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Alpliobelical list of patentees — Contimiecl. 



99 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Hopkins, John A., et al. (See Campbell. Peter, assijraor.) 

Hopkins, Selden E.. INew Tork N. Y. Temporary binder 

Hopkins, Sylvanus C, Boston, Mass. Seat for cbairs, settees, and vehicles 

Hopkins, "William "W., ThomtoTvn. Ind. Wa<jon-scale 

Hopkinsou, William TV., London, England. Apparatus for controlling tlio supply of com- 
bnstiblo liquids for lightinj; 

Hoppen, George K. (See Edwards, Alfred, assignor.) 

Hopper, Thomas C, assigraor to American Meter Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Gas-meter. . 

Horan, Daniel. (See Perm, Horan, andMcGoen.) 

Horan, Daniel, Cincinnati, Ohio. Pressure-gage for beer-stills 

Horino. Luther A., Jefferson, Md. Fertilizer-distributer 

Horn, David, Mohecanville, Ohio. Pitman-rod of mowing-machines 

Horn, Frederick, St. Louis, Mo. Pocket-register 

Horn, Hermann, et al. (See Konrad, William, assignor.) 

Horn, William C. (See Hafely, Alfred C, assignor.) 

Horn, WilMam C. (See Sneider, Charles, assignor.) 

Home, C. H. (See Breeding, William P., assignor.) 

Home, Elijah W. (See Pylant, Tiry S., assignor.) 

Home, George W., assignor of one-fourth interest to J. A. Mars, San Francisco, Cal. Fare- 
box 



Home. William L., and A. M. Corning, Meriden, Conn ; said Coming assignor to said Homo. 

Fluid-pressure regulator 

Homer, Albert N"., Baltimore, Md. Shirt 

Homer, Albert Jf., Baltimore, Md. Shirt 

Homer, Frank M. (See Becktel and Homer.) 

Homer, John C, and J. A. Eay, Leon, Iowa. Whiffletree-hook 

Homum, William H., assignor of three - fourths interest to A. Hance, New York, N. T. \ 

Fare-box 5 

Homum, William H., K"ew Tork, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Eailway Eegister 

Manufacturing Company, Buffalo, K.~T. Fare-register. (Eeissue) 

Homum, WUliam H., New York, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Eailway Eegister 

Manufacturing Company, Buffalo, N. Y. Fare-register. (Eeissue) 

Homung, Lewis. Brookville, Ind. Vegetable and meat slicer 

Ho.-sford, Eben N., Cambridge, Mass. Pulverulent preparation of phosphoric acid 

Horsford, Eben N., Cambridge, Mass. Pulverulent preparation of phosphoric acid 

Horsley, William E., Columbia, assignor to J. B. Clough, North Amherst, Ohio. Device 

for stretching wire 

Horstmann, F. Oden, Philadelphia, Pa. Fan 

Horter, Washington. (See Lee, Archibald K., assignor.) 

Horton, AngeU & Co. (See Caldwell and Winslow, assignors.) (Eeissue.) 

Horton, Burrett W., New York, N. Y. Cheese-bandage - - - 

Horton, Charles H., Brighton, Ohio. Grain-meter 

Horton, David M., Fishkill Village, N. Y. Snow-plow 

Horton, Henry W. and S. S. ; said S. S. Horton assignor to L. D. Stone, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Milk-cooUng apparatus 

Horton, James A. (See Akerley. Oliver, assignor.) 

Horton, John H., East Poestenkill, N. Y. Car-coupling 

Horton, Nathan W., Wilkesbarre, Pa. Carriage for rockdrUls 



No. 



228,637 
235,437 
232,500 

231,070 

227,783 

226,014 
231,043 
227,254 
230,032 



232,719 

227,785 
235,242 
235,875 

225,888 
225,005 

9,371 

9,489 
224,010 

220,705 
230,874 



Horton, Nnmon N., Kansas City, Mo. Heater, cooler, and ventilator for railway-cars 

Horton, Numon N., Kansas City, Mo. Spring-motor 

Horton, Numon N., Kansas City, Mo. Dentist's chair 

Horton, Seth L., Providence, E. I. Memorandum-book 

Horton, Seymour S. (See Horton, Henrv W. and S. S.) 

Hosack, Alfred, Silver Lake, Ind. Bridle-blinder 

Hosack, William J., Northwood, Ohio. Garden implement 

Hosea, Lewis M. (See Brewer, Wesley S., assignor.) 

Hosea, Lewis M., Cincinnati, Ohio. Velocipede 

Hoskin, John. (See Allison and Hoskin.) 

Hoskins, Samuel A., Sioux City, Iowa. Show case and stand 

Hosmer. Francis E., Boston, if ass. Steam-generator 

Hoster. Theodore G.. assignor of three-fourths interest to W. Hcckert, Yonkcrs, and J. H. 
Smith, Brooklyn, N. Y. Eibbon-paper-printing machine 

Hoster, Theodore G., assignor of one-naK interest to W. Heckert, Brooklyn, N. Y. Pump. , 

Hostetler, John A. (See Siprell, Darius W., assignor.) 

Hotchkiss, Arthur E.. Cheshire, Conn. Clock-movement 

Hotchkiss. Charles A., assignor to E. E. Ives, Bridgeport, Conn., and C. Blakeslee, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Toy handkerchief 

Hotchkiss, Timothy D., Cromwell, Conn. Hanging lamp 

Hotchkiss, Timothy D.. Cromwell, (ionn. Extension-chandelier 

Hotine, Frederick T.. Philadelphia, Pn. Culinary apparatus 

Hotscnpiller, Edwin E. (See AVay, Thomas ,E., assignor.) 

Hottel, William H.. Woodstock. Va. Alarm attachment for grist-mills 

Hotz, Christoph, Chicago, HI. Wagon running-gear 

Hotz. Christoph, and M. Conrad, Chicago, HI.; said Conrad assignor to said Hotz. Cart 

Houck, Edwin. (See Peck, Isaac D., assignor.) 

Houck, Charles, et al. (See Houck. John, assignor.) 

Honck, John, assignor to himself, N. and C. Houck, Tobyhanna Mills, Pa. Feed mechan- 
ism for lathes 

Honck, Nathan, et al. (See Houck, John, assignor.) 

Houghton, Jes.so F.. Boston, Mass. Dust-pan and brush-holder 

Houlsworth, .lohn G.. .Icfferson, Pa. Millstone-feeding device 

Honpt, Samuel D., Findlay, Ohio. Burglar-alarm 

Houpt, Samuel D., Findlay, Ohio. Carpet-stretcher 

Honpt, Samuel D.. Findlay, Ohio. Microphone 

Honrdcanx, Am6de0, Lichtcnfels, Bavaria, Germany. Basket-handle attachment 

House, Henry A., and S. D. Castle, Bridgeport, Conn. Treating pelts 

House, James A., Bridgeport, Conn. Stitching button-holes, eyelets, &c 

House, James A., Bridgeport, Conn. Stocking-supporter 

House, John H. B. (See Fowler, Joseph C, assignor.) 

Honsley, Daniel W., Grovo City, HI. Spring-hingo 

Honsman, Edward A. (See Coulter, Thomas J., assignor.) 



233,619 
229,415 



223,915 
225,834 
227,011 

231,802 

231,719 

227,899 

227,977 

229,887 

232,352 
224,335 

234,779 
228,638 

228,596 

226,857 
234,872 

224,537 
225,930 

223,073 

232,034 
224, .538 
234,477 
234,711 

225,130 
229,132 
229,133 



223,736 

233,857 
223,514 
225,606 
227,784 
230,550 
230,482 
233,415 
225,381 
229,889 

227,786 



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June 8 
Dec. 14 
Sept. 21 

Aug. 31 

May 18 

Apr. 20 
Aug. 10 
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Dec. 28 



Sept. 28 

May 18 
Dec. 7 
Dec. 28 

July 13 
Mar. 16 

Sept. 7 

Dec. 7 
Feb. 3 
July 6 
Aug. 10 

Oct. 26 
June 29 



Jan. 27 
Mar. 23 
Apr. 27 

Aug. 31 

Aug. 31 

May 25 

May 25 

July 13 

Sept. 21 
Feb. 10 

Nov. 23 
June 8 

June 22 

Apr. 27 
Nov. 30 

Feb. 17 
Mar. 30 

Jan. 20 

Sept. 7 
Feb. 17 
Nov. 16 
Nov. 23 

Mar. 2 
June 22 
Juno 22 



Jan. 20 

Nov. 2 

Jan. 13 

Mar. 10 

May 18 

July 27 

July 27 

Oct. 19 

Mar. 9 

July 13 

May 18 



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468 
701 

1243 

807 

566 

517 

194 

1209 



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809 

218 

1016 

440 
735 

265 

316 

52 

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334 

1037 
1512 



868 
1013 
1035 

1403 

1299 

958 

1053 

445 

582 
423 

1196 
579 

1042 

850 
1310 

052 
1135 



192 

055 

811 

1115 

180 
1180 

1187 



o:jo 

39 
370 
738 
808 
1258 
1186 
787 
474 
446 

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133 
211 

350 

228 

158 

146 

57 

334 



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229 
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281 

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[218 

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89 
16 



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417 



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291 

287 

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365 
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^275 

299 
C122 
) 123 

160 

120 

323 
153 

284 

236 
355 

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323 

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188 
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10 
100 
218 
229 
355 
334 
217 
138 
123 

229 



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17 



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17 

18 

18 
[17 

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17 

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17 

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17 

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17 
18 
18 

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17 

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17 

18 
17 
17 
17 

18 
18 
18 
17 
18 






1325 

1367 

065 

474 

1129 

863 

337 

1009 

1505 



713 

1130 
1317 
1474 

83 

004 

568 

1334 

212 

41 

309 

934 
1485 



178 
659 
950 

500. 

483 
1165 
1180 

83 

635 
292 

1207 
1325 

1411 

920 
1234 

341 

693 

120 

556 

341 

1138 

1195 

487 
1432 
1432 



130 

993 

79 

005 

1130 

228 

216 

883 

549 

83 

1130 



100 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Kamc, residence, and invention. 



Houston, Edwin J. (See Tliomson and Honston.) 

Houstou, Edwin J., and E. Thomson, Philadelpliia, Pa. Eegnlator for electric lamps 

Houston, Levi, Montgomery, Pa. Wood-surfacing machine .' 

Houstou, William V. (Sco'Sutton, Harvey W., assignor.) 
Housum, Charles P. (See Dupee and Housum.) 

Housum, Charles P., Decatur, 111. Manufacture of paper boxes 

Houts, John Q., Sioux Falls, Dak. Ter. Bottle-stopper 

Hovey, William H., Springfield, Mass. Extinguisher 

Hovey, William H., Springfield, Mass. Self-extinguishing gas burner and regulator 

Howard, Arthur L., New Haven, Conn. Eabricated paper or vulcanized fiber applied to 

corset-stays as a substitute for whalebone, &c 

Howard, diaries, Olive, N. Y. Chum-power 

Howard, Charles P., assignor to J. L. Howard & Co., Hartford, Conn. Car-lamp 

Howard, Charles P., assignor to J. L. Howard & Co., Hartford, Conn. Car-lamp 

Howard & Co., James L. (See Howard, Charles P., assignor.) 

Howard, Cyrus K., Huntingdon, Pa. Car-coupling 

Howard, Edward L., assignor of one-half to R. A. Dimmick, Washington, D. C. Eailway- 

ticket. 



Howard, Elijah L., Hingham, Mass. Sewing-machine brake 

Howard, Henry C, Toledo, Ohio. Apparatus for cooking and drying grain by steam 

Howard, Horace B., Belvidero, 111. Car-coupling 

Howard, Horace B., Belvidere, Dl. Steam and air brake coupling 

Howard, James 8., Springfield, Mass., assignor to J. M. Abbott, Waterbury, Conn. Alu- 
minium-alloy plating 

Howard, Joseph, Bryan, Tex. Com and cotton planter 

Howard, Joseph T., Washington, D. C. Cattle-car 

Howard, Melvin, Piano, HI. Guard-finger 

Howard &. Soherrieble. (See Laroussie, Paul, assignor.) 

Howard & Soherrieble. (See Nelson, Nels, assignor.) 

.toward, Thomas S. L., Somerville, assignor to G. McKay, tmstee, Cambridge, Mass. 
Presser-foot and cord-guide for button-hole sewing-machines 

Howe, Benjamin J., Sing Sing, N. T. Dish-washer 

Howe, Charles A., NUes, Mich. Car brake and starter 

Howe, Charles P., Galveston, Tex. Mattress-making machine 

Howe, Eugene L., Chicago, HI. Truck 

Howe, Eugene L., Chicago, HI. Drive-chain 

Howe, Henry A., Detroit, Mich. Mower 



Howe, John, Jr., East Boston, assignor of one-half interest to A. B. Jemegan, Lynn, Mass. 

Locomotive-enguio 

Howe, Orrin P., Augusta, Me. Window-screen 

Howe, Patrick F. (See Howe, Thomas J and P. F.) 

Howe Scale Company. (See Eeynolds, William W., assignor.) 

Howe, Solon G., assignor of one-half to J. Onellette, Detroit, Mich. Mallet 

Howe, Tliomas J. and P. F., Des Moines, Iowa. Barbing-machine , 

Howe, Warren B., Atchison, Kans. Device for packing candy 

Howe, William H. (See Brown, James B., assignor.) 

!How6, William It.. Baltimore, Mich. WiudmiU 

IHowell & Co., D. B. (See Livingston, Francis M., assignor.) 

Howell, Harrison, assignor to A. Bales and I. Howell, Stdlivanville, N. Y. Clothes-pounder, 

Ho'^toII, Isaac, ct al. (See Howell. Harrison, assignor.) 

Howell, Sylvanus S. (See Lovelace, Alfred N., assignor.) 

Howells, John K., Plymouth, Pa. Mining-drill 

Howells, Thomas, 848 Old Kent Bead, Parish cf Saint Giles, Camberwell, County of Surrey, 

Great Britain. Viobn 

Howells. Thomas, Auckland, New Zealand. Piano-forte 

Howes, Charles, Hudson, assignor to T. B. Patch, Marlborough, Mass. Excelsior-machine.. 

Howey, Jesse S., Lexington, Mich. End-gate for wagons , 

Howland, Angclo, and H. Lawton, Westerly, E. I., assignors to J. Birkenhead, Mansfield, 

Mass. Eing-spinning machine 

Howland, Arthur H. (See Hill, Tolman, and Howland.) 

Howland, EUsha J., Indianapolis, Ind. Eoad scraper, grader, and leveler 

Hewlett, A. Ames. (See Murphy, William H., assignor.) 
Hewlett, Edwin J. (See StUlwell, Charles B., assignor.) 

Howson, Eichard, MiddlesbrouRh-on-Tees, Great Britain. Piano-forte 

Hossey, Thomas P., Paterson, N. J. Manufacture of paper-pulp from wood 

Hiiyby, Kristian H. E., Odenso, Denmark. Lamp-bumer 

Hoyei Stephen M., Mount Carmel, Conn. Die for swaging carriage-clips 

Hoylo, David P., Pittsburg, Pa. Eailway timepiece 



Hoyt, Albert S., Chicago, HI. Grain-binder 

Hoyt, Frederick J. (See Harris, William E., assignor.) 
Hoyt, Frederick J., et al. (See Hayden, Joel B., assignor.) 
Hoyt, George W., et al. (See Pearo, George E., assignor.) 
Hoyt, Henry I. (See Buchanan, Toucey, and Hoyt.) 

Hoyt, Henry I., Norwalk, Conn. Locomotive-boiler 

Hoyt, Jehiel K., Newark, N. J. PcncQ-sharpening guide 

Hoyt, Joseph, Jackson, Mich. Eelief-valvo for air-cylinders 

Hoyt, LewisS., assignorof one-half interesttoL. H.English, New Haven, Conn. Car-brake. 

Hoyt, Lucius P., Aurora, HI. Wood-planing machine 

Hoyt, Purdy B. (See Bowen, George A., assignor.) 

Hubbard, Andrew C, Danbury, Conn. Telephone-support 

Hubbard, Charles, ct al. (See Jerrold, John E., assignor.) 

Hubbard, Charles M., Columbus, Ohio. Baby-carriage 

Hubbard, Eber, Medina, N. Y. Machine for making paper pails 

Hubbard, Eber, assignor to A. H. Morrison, St. Joseph, Mich. Paper-pulp pail 

Hubbard, Frank J. (See Eico, Jesse T., assignor.) 

Hubbard, George W., Windsor, Yt. Glazier's point 

Hubbard, George W., Windsor, Vt. Packing glaziers' points 

Hubbard, James G., ct al. (See Kcnyon, John, assignor.) 

Hubbard, Joseph W., Wilton Junction, Iowa. Newspaper-file 



pfo. 



Date. 



223,646 
233,620 



235,682 
234,035 
224,539 
227,436 

231,045 
231,490 
5224,434 

224,780 

230,015 

235,243 
223,228 
226,172 
231,044 
233,513 

228,900 
232,501 
230,940 
223,807 



225,523 
229,413 
227,255 
233,512 
230,630 
231,580 

223,607 

233,349 
225,383 



235,244 
228,635 
230,778 

233,510 

223,047 

223,590 

223,916 
229,134 
234,475 
22i,914 

223,674 

231,581 



232,970 
231,720 
225,524 
228,636 
233,240 

223,852 



226,231 
227,012 
228,532 
225,382 

223,851 

230,779 

233,761 
226,752 
234,405 

230,631 
230,632. 

226,858 



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Oct. 26 

Dec. 21 



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Oct. 19 
Jan. 20 

Jan. 13 

Jan. 27 
June 22 
Nov. 16 
Feb. 24 

Jan. 20 

Aug. 24 

Oct. 5 
Aug. 31 
Mar. 16 
Juno 8 
Oct. 12 

Jan. 27 



Apr. 6 
Apr. 27 
June 8 
Mar. 9 

Jan. 27 



Aug. 3 

Oct. 26 
Apr. 20 
Nov. 16 

Aug. 3 
Aug. 3 

Apr. 27 



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11 


Aug. 
Aug. 
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Jan. 
Apr. 
Aug. 
Oct. 


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Sept. 21 
Aug. 10 
Jan. 27 


Mar. 16 
June 29 
May 4 
Oct. 19 
Aug. 3 
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16 


Oct. 
Mar. 


19 

9 


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Juno 


7 
8 



540 
1038 



765 
261 
656 
406 

520 

1027 

532 

958 

588 

218 

22 

29 

519 

890 

916 
762 
404 
736 



646 

1510 

195 

890 

40 

1130 

739 



703 
476 



220 
575 
206 

887 

542 

466 

868 
1188 

808 
1110 

573 

1131 



212 

1300 

647 

577 

558 

788 



97 

1036 

445 

475 

786 



207 

1199 
717 

727 

42 
42 



:i45 
146 
289 



217 
71 

188 
118 



288 
154 
273 

163 

59 

5 

8 

146 

246 



211 
117 

198 



188 

416 

57 

246 

12 

316 

(218 

1219 

192 
139 



59 

152 

60 

245 

146 

126 

231 
325 
217 
317 

154 

317 

57 



188 

153 

154 

(210 

1211 



26 

288 

121 

138 

(209 

1210 

CO 

333 

200 
196 

12 
12 



850 236 



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18 



18 
18 
17 
17 

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18 
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17 

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17 
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18 
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17 
17 

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18 
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17 



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18 

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17 
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17 

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18 
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17 



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17 
18 

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18 

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934 



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1029 

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101 



Alpliabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Xame, residence, and invention. 



Xo. 



Hubbard, Lucius F. (See Bergstxom, Henry, assignor.) 

Hubbard, Lucius F. (See Olson, John A., assignor.) 

Hubbard, Moses Gr., assignor to GiainBinder Association, Xorristown, Pa. Grain-band cutter 

Hubbell, Joseph, Dayton, Ohio, assignor to E. P. Allis. Head-block for sa-w-mills. (Ee- ? 



issue) . 



Hubbell, Itay, Xorthville, X. Y. Metal corner for oil-cloth 

Habbell, TUomas J., Pescadero, Cal. Sieve-protector for tUrashing-machines- 
Hubby, Mead M., Maysfield, Tex. Post-hole auger 

Huber, Edward, and F. Strobel, Marion, Ohio. Grain separator and thrasher. . 



Huber, Henry. (See Lampert and Huber.) 

Huber, Henry. Crestline, Ohio. Bretzel-machine 

Huber, Samuel. Danville. Pa. Plow-colter 

Hubert, Gustav, Grand Haven, Mich. Vehicle-spring 

Hiibner. Kobert, Berlin, Prussia, Germany. Meat-cutter 

Hudson, David, Seneca Falls, N. H. Horseshoe 

Hudson, Gilbert L., Romeo, Mich. Hand-planter 

•Hudson, James F., and .J. Burrill. assignors of one-half interest to G. W. Lascell and A. H. 

Whitten, Lynn, Mass. Horn-bearing for boots and shoes 

Hudson, John, and F. K. Alderman, Detroit. Mich. Tie-strap attachment 

Hudson, John W. (See Rollins aud Hudson.) 

Wellington, Dl. Tire-upsetting machine 

Check-rower for corn-planters 

Railway -joint 

Check-rower rope for corn-planters 

AVheel-cultivator 

Agricultural boiler 



"SVellington, 111. 

; TTellington, 111. 

"Wellington, 111. 



Hudson. John AY., 

Hudson, John T\'., 

Hudson, John TV., 

Hudson. John "W., 

Hudson, .Tohn W., TVellington, 111. 

Hudson, John TV., Madison, TVis. 

Hudson. Junior F., "Wellington, HI. Corn-planter. 

Hudson, M. Barney, assignor of one-half to N. E. Boswell, Canandaigna, N. T. 

Hudson, Orvis D., W'aupun, "Wis. Clothes-wringer 

Huestis. Benjamin X., Phelpstown, X. T. Generating artificial heat 

Huetter. Nicholas, Kenosha, "Wis. Burglar-proof safe - 



Ash-sifte^- 



Huey, TS'illiam, assignor to himself and J. D. Richards, Cambridge, Md. 



crate 



Huey, "WiUiam, assignor to himself and J. D. Richards, Cambridge, Md. Machine for cut- 
ting wooden box-"blanks 

HnfF, Abraham T. (See Norton, George P., assignor.) 

Huff, Abraham T., Xeshanic, X. J. Meat-chopper 

Huff, Abraham T., Xcshanic. X. J. Xut for screw-bolts 

Huff, James A., et al. (See Xolen, Stephen A., assignor.) 

Hnff, John M., et al. (Sec X"olen, Stephen A., assizor.) 

Huffman, Samuel, Matanzas, Kans. Support for pillows 

Huffman, Samuel, Matanzas, Kans. Clothes-wringer '. 

Hug. Daniel, fla. Colo. Breech-loading fire-arm 

Hugentobler, Emil M., assignor, by mesne assignments, of part interest to A. Hazard and 
.T. Bradley, Philadelphia. Pa., and G. "W. Dyer, AVashington, D. C. Mining and excavat- 
ing apparatus 

Huggins, Zadock. Allegan, Mich. Hub-attaching device 

Hngnes, Charles "W.. Hyco, Va. Tobacco-drying furnace 

Hughes, David "W.. Hamilton, Ohio. Hand- cultivator 

Hughes, Edward H. (See Hughes, Theodore J. and E. H.^ 

Hughes, Edward H., Philadelphia, Pa. Refrigerator ; 

Hughes, Jaraes E., Saugus, Mass. Egg-beater 

Hughes, John, assignor of one-half interest to T. E. Hughes, Pittsburg, Pa. Casing for 
glass and other fragile vessels 

Hughes, John O.. and J. Eynon, Philadelphia, Pa. Railway for travelers 

Hughes, Joseph H.. assignor to W. Bown, Birmingham, England. Bearing for wheels 

Hughes, Kate D., "Washington, D. C. "Window-button securer 

Hughes, Samuel, Charleston, S. C. Refrigerator-car 

Hughes, Samuel, Charleston, S. C. Rice-pounder 



Hughes, Smith E., Philadelphia, Pa. Construction of jetties 

Hughes, Theodore J. and E. H., Philadelphia, Pa. Refrigerator-building. 

Hughes, Thomas E. (See Hughes, John, assignor.) 

Hughes, "William, assignor to B. O'EeiUy, Rochester, X. T. Bob-sleigh... 

Hughes, "William, Avondale, and J. L. Foulk, Stra.sburg, Pa. Limekiln.. . 



Hughes, TVilliam G., Churubusco, Ind. "Wagon-spring 

Hugnet, Adolphus H., Baton Rouge, La. Lock-hmge 

Hugunin, "William P., et al. (See Pihlgren, Konrad T., assignor.) 

Hulbcrt. Thomas H. (See Hill and Hulbert.) 

Hulburd. Hiland G., Placerville, Cal. Preserving evaporated fruits and vegetables 

Hnlings, "William H., Mcnlo Park, Cal. Horseshoe 

Hulings, "WiUiam H., Menlo Park. (Jal. Harrow 

Hull, John S., Baltimore, Md. Soldering-iron heater , 

HuU, .Tohn S., Baltimore, Md. Apparatus for siipplying hydrocarbon oils to buildings 

Hull, John S., Baltimore, Md. Can-soldering machine 

Hull, .John S.. Baltimore. Md. Hydrocarbon-burner 

Hull, L. L. (See Hollister, Orange E., assignor.) 

Hull, "WUlardE., assignor of one-half to J. .Jacques, "Watertown, Conn. Bandage 

Hull, "Wolcott A.. X'ew York, X. Y. Inkstand 

Hume, Robert D. (See "West and Hume.) 

Hummel, Ferdinand. Sr., Paducah. Ky. Breech-loading fire-arm 

Hammer, Eli H.. and J. S. GemmjU, York, Pa. Service-pipe box 

Humphrcville, Henry, MountviDc, assignor of one-half interest to R. M. Slaymaker, Lan- 
caster, Pa. Spray-dampcner 

Humphrey, Henry C.. New York, assignor to F. 0. Matthiessen, Irvington, and "W. A. 
"Wiechers, Xew York, X. Y. Process of economically obtaining starch and glucose from 
com 



Humphrey. Moses. Concord. X. H. Machine for dropping com aud phosphates. 

Humphrey, Sarah B. (See .lohn.ston and Humphrev, assignors.) 

Humphrey, "William H. (See Johnston and Humpirey.) 

Humphreys, Andrew C, "Urbana, Ohio. Device lor purifying liquids 



Date. 



231,424 

9,078 

224,435 
225,608 
233,931 

231,803 

223,917 
226,316 
225,384 
234,478 
223,7.37 
234,984 

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230,942 
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232,036 

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228,533 
234,576 
220,753 
229,310 
2.32,503 
234,282 

230.033 
226,317 

235,771 
225,385 

225,050 



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227,359 



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June 8 
Nov. 16 
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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of ^patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Humphreys, Charles I., assignor to M. Bray, Boston, Mass. Sheet-metal lacing-hook 

Hundley, John C, Knap of JReeds, K. C. Process and apparatus for ordering leaf-tobacco. 

Hungerford, George S. (See Hungerford George "W. and G. S.) 

Hunaerford, George "W. and G. S., New York, N. Y. Machine for cleaning, scouring, and 
polishing coffee, &c 

Hunn, Ilouert T., Batavia, N. Y. Machine for repairing ■wagon-wheels 

Hunsaker, George T., Carthage, HI. Sealing fruit-cans 

Hunt, Adam, Cleveland, Ohio. Safety bridge-gate 

Hunt, Alfred E., Nashua, N. H. Pire-brick 

Hunt, David, Jr. (See Hunt, "Walter S., assignor.) 

Hunt, David, Jr., et al. (See Proctor, David K., assignor.) 

Hunt, David, Jr., Boiston, Mass. Tabric for carpet-linings , 

Hunt, Edmund S., "Weymouth, Mass. Device for lighting fire-works 

Hunt, Edmund S., "Weymouth. Mass. Eire-works 

Hunt, Edwin E., assignor to "Winchester Repeating Arms Company, New Haven, Conn. 
Apparatus for annealing cartridge-shells 

Hunt, Eranklin B., Eichmond, Ind., assignor of one-half interest to D. B. Kobhins. Sulky- 
plow 



Hunt, Henry C, assignor of one-half interest to A. J. Halsey, Newark, N. J. Steam-engine. 

Hunt, Homer P., Providence, assignor to G. F. "Wilson, East Providence, E. I. Carriage- 
curtain fastener 

Huut, Simon B., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for separating from compressed air the 
water of condensation 

Hunt, Simon B., New York, N. Y. Pneumatic apparatus for economizing compressed air. . 

Hunt, Theodore. (See Caffall, Eobert M., assignor.) 

Hunt, Thomas S., Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and J. Douglas, Jr., PhcenixviUe, Pa. Ex- 
tracting copper from ores 

Hunt, "Walter S., Providence, E. I., assignor of one-fourth interest to D. Hunt, Jr., Boston, 
Mass. Eabric for carpet-linings, &c 

Hunt, "William L., "Westminster, England. Theater appliance. (Eeissue) 

Hunter, Erederick G., Moncton, New Brunswick. Card-holder 

Hunter, George "W., assignor to himself, H. M. Baker, and J. H. Vennilya, "Washington, 
D. C. Sewing-machine 

Hunter, George "W., "Wasliington, D. C, assignor of one-half interest to A. Eex, Philadel- 
pbia. Pa. Stop mechanism for sewing-machines 

Hunter, George "W., Philadelphia, Pa. Sewing-machine 

Hunter, George "W., Merced, Cal. Thill-coupling 

Hunter, John M., Morristown, N. J. Boot and shoe. (Eeissue) 

Hunter, John M., Morristown, N. J. Boot and shoe. (Eeissue) 

Hunter, Silas C, Charlotte, N. C. Cultivator , 



Hunter, Thomas, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Baker's oven 

Hunter, "William S., Belleville, assignor of one-half interest to J. K. Fuller, Colbome, On- 
tario, Canada. Stock-car 

Huntley, Byron E., etal. (See Pridmore, Henry E., assignor) 

Huntley, Holcomb & Heine. (See Hamper, Henry, assignor.) 

Huntley, Holcomb & Heine. (See Holcomb, Abel P., assignor.) 

Huntley, Holcomb & Heine. (See Huntley and Heine, assignors.) 

Huntley, "William "W., and A. Heine, assignors to Huntley, Holcomb & Heine, Silver Creek, 
N. Y. Flour-sieve 

Huntoon, Hazen P., Cambridgeport, Mass. Pipe-tongs , 

Huot, Pierre, et al. (See Brisac, Solomon, assignor.) 

Hiipfel, John C. G., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for filling casks and bottles under press- 
ure 



Huppelsberg, Frederick "W., assignor to Steinbom & Huppelsberg, Brooklyn, N. Y. CheniUe 

Huppelsberg, Friedrich "W., assignor to Steinbom & Huppelsberg, Brooklyn, N. Y. CheniUe- 
twisting machine 

Hurd, George H., Cleveland, Ohio. Dental jaw-brace 

Hurd, George H., Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for administering nitrous-oxide gas 

Hurd, Hutson E., Cleveland, Ohio. Gas-inhaler 

Huid, John M., and J. W. Mosher, Auburn, assignors to J. T. ICnapp, Cato, N. Y. "Wash- 
ing-machine 

Hurd, Joseph A. (See Taylor, George, assignor.) 

Hurd, Martin J. (See Loctie, Andrew J., assignor.) 

Hurd, "Warren, and S. H. Brown, TVatkins, N. Y. "Wall-paper exhibitor 

Hurd, "William C, New York, N. Y. Switch-rail chair 

Hurd, "WiUiam G., HomellsviUe, N. Y. Car-coupling tool , 

Hurford, Alexander. (See Myers and Mountain, assignors.) 

Hurlburt, Charles T. (See Bamett and Hurlburt.) 

Hurlbut, Charles B., Eacine, "Wis. End-board fastening for wagons 

Hurlbut, Samuel G., Elyria, Ohio. Farm-gate 

"Htirley, Edward, et al. (See King, Sidney B., assignor.) 

Hurley, Thomas, Brooklyn, N. Y. Dwelling-house 

Hurt, Alden B. (See Hemdon, George P., assignor.) 

Hurtle, Fredric M., Dowagiac, Mich. Sand-band 

Husak. Rudolf. (See Kwaysser and Hnsak.) 

Huse, AVUliam E., Brookfield, Mass. Cattle-stanchion 

TIuss, Oscar E. (See Caldwell and Huss.) 

Hussey, Charles A., assignor of one-half interest to A. S. Dodd, New York, N. Y. Dynamo- 
electric machine 



No. 



Date. 



Hussey, Sylvanus, Gowanda, N. Y. Eock-drill 

Huston, David. (See Goodwin, "Wilbur, assignor.) 

Huston, David, assignor to himself, D. B. Stedman, and E. Vose, Jr., Boston, Mass. "Win- 
dow-shutter , 

Huston, David, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Huston Ships Berth Company, Boston, 
Mass. Self-leveling berth for vessels. (Eeissue) 

Huston, David, Boston, Mass. Self-leveling berth for vessels 

Huston, .Tames S. (See Eingrose, Jesse "W., assignor.) 

Huston Ships Berth Company. (See Huston, David, assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Hutcbins, Abner B.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Lamp-shade holder 

Hutchins, George W., assignor to T. H. Fletcher and G. "W. Tash, Dover, N. H. Lasting- 
jack 



229,253 
224,290 



232,504 
235,055 
235,879 
228,640 
228,901 



229,535 
228,760 
229,890 

233,250 

232,505 
233,622 

228,536 

223,648 
233,649 

227,902 

227,109 

9,374 

230,016 

223,229 

230,941 
232,971 
235,438 
9,034 
9,035 
235,087 

232,184 
931,425 



232,507 
230,634 



228,639 
224,438 

227,788 
225,525 
234,672 
234,479 

233.763 



230,780 
223,591 
227,090 



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Feb. 10 



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Nov. 30 
Dec. 28 
June 8 
June 15 



July 6 
June 15 
July 13 

Oct. 12 

Sept. 21 
Oct. 26 

June 8 

Jan. 20 
Jan. 20 



May 25 

May 4 
Sept. 7 
July 13 

Jan. G 

Aiig. 10 
Oct. 5 
Dec. 14 
Jan. 6 
Jan. 6 
Dec. 7 

Sept. 14 



Aug. 24 



Sept. 21 
Aug. 3 



June 8 
Feb. 10 

May 18 
Mar. 16 
Nov. 23 
Nov. 16 

Oct. 26 



Aug. 3 
Jan. 13 
May 18 



232,129 
224,915 

229,416 

228,761 

227,256 

233,350 
232,609 

220,318 

9,224 
234,673 

229,825 

232,506 I Sept. 21 



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Feb. 24 

June 29 

June 15 

May 4 

Oct. 19 

Sept. 28 



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June 1 
Nov. 23 



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543 

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590 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, IS80. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



103 



Name, tesidonco.and inventioii. 



Hiitcliins, James K., New Haven, (Newark P. 0.,) Mich. Drag-saw 

Hntchins, Levi F., Dayton, Ohio. Thill-support 

Hntchins, Thomas H. (See Hutchins, "William J., assignor.) 

Hntchins, "William J., assignor to himself and T. H. Hutchins, Joliet, 111. 

telephone 

Hutchinson, Charles G-., Chicago, 111. BottUng-machine 

Hutchinson, Charles G., Chicago, HI. Bottle-stopper 

Hutchinson, Edward. (See Higginbottom and Hutchinson.) 

Hutchinson, Jesse L., Baltimore, Md. Poul-air trap for wash-hasins 

Hutchinson, John A., Chicago, HI. Machine for forging horseshoe-nails 



No. 



Mechanical 



Hutchinson, John H., "Whitnev, Tex. Portahle extension-top for stoves 

Hutchinson. Eohert H., New "fork, N. Y. Shirt 

Hudson, Allen T., Naperrille, assignor of one-half interest to A. Eoyce, Dupage, HI. Shaft 

■ and tnmbling-rod coupling 

Huttner, Henry J., San Francisco, Cal. Furnace for roasting quicksilver ores 

Hutton & Bliss. (See Hutton, John, assignor.) 

Hutton, John, assignor to Hutton & Bliss, Newark, N. J. Button shoe or boot 

Hutton, Noah M., Qnincy, HI. Blind-slat operator 

Hutton, Noah M., Quincy, HI. Shutter- worker 

Hny, Jacob, "Whistler, Ala. Pile-driver. (Reissue) 

Huy. Jacob, "Whistler, Ala. Stock-car 

Hnyler, John S. (See Lambert and Huyler.) 

Hyams, Isaac A., Pittsburg, Pa. Carbureter 

Hyatt, Charles M. (See Pruyn and Hyatt.) 

Hyatt. John "W., and J. H. Stevens, Newark, N. J. Production of articles by solidifying 
leather pulp 

Hyatt, John "W., Newark, N. J. Apparatus for drying glue and other substances 

Hyatt, John "W., Newark, N. J., assignor to Celluloid Manufacturing Company, New York, 
N. Y. Manufacture of celluloid 

Hyatt, John W., Newark, N. J., assignor to Embossing Company, Albany, N. Y. Machine 
ifor the manufacture of slate-pencils 

Hyatt, John "W., Newark, N. J., assignor to Embossing Company, Albany, N. Y. Slate- 
pencil sharpener 

Hyatt, John \V., C. S. Lockwood, and J. H. Stevens, assignors to Bonsilate Company, New- 
ark, N. J. Factitious material to imitate ivory, horn, &c 

Hyde. Albert G., New York, N. Y. Air-gun 

Hyde, Chauncey D., Pitcher, N. Y. Folding rocking-chair 

Hyde, Elwin E., Dalton, Mass. Belt-fastener 

Hyde, Thomas "W., Bath, Me. "Windlass 

Hydraulic Elevator Company. (See Hale, "WiUiam E., assignor.) 

Hydraulic Elevator Company. (See MerriU, Orson E., assignor.) 

Hyer, Garitt J., Clinton, HI. Check-row machine 



Hyslop, John, Jr., assignor to Abington Tack and Machine Association, Abington, Mass. 
Shoe-nail 

Ibbotson, Alfred B., Florence, Italy, and F. J. Talbot, Sheffield, England. Screw-bolt and 
nut 



Ide, Ferdinand F., Sprinsrfield, HI. Apparatus for adjusting balance-wheels of watches 

Igon. Jackson D. (See "Whitman and Igon.) 

Hes. "William E., Fairmount, HI. Check-row attachment for corn-planters 

Hitf, Martha A., Cincinnati. Ohio. Guide for pen-holders 

Hling, Charles, Jefferson. "Wis. Fame-pipe for cooking-stoves 

Imhaeuser, Elise. (See Imhaeuser, "William, assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Imhaeuser, "William, assignor to E. Imhaeuser, Brooklyn, N. T. "Watchman's time-detecter. 

(Eeissue) 

Imhorst, Ferdinand, Baltimore, Md. Machine for unloading vessels 



Imhorst, Ferdinand, Baltimore, Md. Construction of freighting-vessels 

Iml-.orst, Ferdinand, Baltimore, Md. Machine for handling articles in bulk. 
Imhorst, Ferdinand, Baltimore, Md. Machine for handling articles in bulk. 



Imlay, "William L., Camden, N. J. Apparatus for separating ores 

Ingails, Charles L., assignor of three-fourths interest to J. A. Coram, F. G-. Sargent, and N. 

Crosby, Lowell, Mass. Soap-press 

Ingails, JoshaaK., New York, N. Y. Game-board 

Ingersoll, Artemidorns, and C. L. Ayerst, "Waupun, Wis. ; said Ayerst assignor to said In- 

gersoU. Method of and device for sealing vessels 

Ingersoll, "William H., et al. (See Fairhaim, "William XT., assignor.) 

Ingraham , Edward, Philadelphia, Pa. Shedding mechanism for looms 

Ingram, James E., et al. (See Ejiapp, George "W., assignor.) 

Ingram, Porter "W., and E. Clark, Steamboat Eock, Iowa. Sash-fastener 

Inman, David "W., Stelvideo, Ohio. Eunning-gear for vehicles ^ 

Innis, Aaron, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Dye-wood chipper 

Innis, Aaron, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Dye-wood cutter 

Innis, George, Newbury, and "W. E. Whitmore, Newburyport, Mass. Type-sifter 

Innis, "William J., Oil City, Pa. Steam-engine 

Innis, "William J., Oil City, Pa. Coupling 

Innis, "William J., Oil City, Pa. Balanced valve for steam-engines 

Inskeep, Carev, (Dttnmwa, Iowa. Hair-pin 

International ^Railway Supply Company. (See Kendall, Orson B., assignor.) 
International EaUway Supply Company. (See Stock, George B., assignor.) 
International Submarine Company. (See Pike, Charles F., assignor.) 

loor, John P., Indianapolis, Ind. Stovc-pipe-elbow-flanging machine 

Ireland, George H., Springfield, Mass. Mechanical musical instrument 

Ireland, Eichard B., Trenton, and "W. H. McDonald, Newark, N. J. Signaling apparatus 

for railways 

Ireland, Eichard-B., Trenton, N. J. Eailway-signal 

Ireland, Thomas A., Cincinnati, Ohio. Sash lock and lifter 

Ireland, "William H. (See Chamberlain, Dexter H., assignor.) 
Ireland, "WiUiara H. (See Merritt, Heniy "W., assignor.) 

Irgens, Jorgen, Bergen, Norway. Fish-hook 

Irion, Matthew, Louisville, Ky.' Grave-protector 



227,110 
233,858 



228,817 
225,475 
235,470 

226,519 

232,353 

234,575 
230,551 

220,043 
234,985 

234,283 
227,532 
227,533 
9,057 
226,073 

225,931 



228,463 
231,046 

232,037 

232,720 

232,721 

236,034 
227,789 
224,690 
231,671 
231,047 



234,780 

231,322 
226,450 



223,288 
234,781 
228,075 



9,387 
223,350 

224,091 

231,721 

233,623 

228,719 

225,287 
226,015 

234,674 

232,038 

223,351 
223,515 
233,764 
233,765 
228,997 
230,943 
232,722 
233,351 
231,049 



234,191 
231,323 

224,692 
225,137 
226,173 



231,912 
227,257 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FKOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Ifame, residence, and invention. 



Iron Telegraph Pole Company. (See Milliken, 'WUliam H., assignor.) 

Irvine, Arthur T., Titusville, Pa. Gate-valve 

Irwin, John H., Philadelphia, Pa. Telephone-transmitter 

Irwin, John H., Morton, Pa. Telophono-transmittcr 

Irwin, John H., Morton, Pa. Stove 



Furnace 

Lamp-stove 

Domestic oven for lamp-stoves. 

Lamp-stove 

Telephone 



Irwin, John H., Morton, Pa. 
Irwin, John H., Morton, Pa. 
Irwin, John H., Morton, Pa. 
Irwin, John H., Morton, Pa. 
Irwin, John H., Morton, Pa. 

Irwin, John H., Morton, Pa. Telephone 

Irwin, John M., Edina, Mo. Feed-trough for stock 

Irwin, liobert W., assignor of one-half interest to A. T. Lavlett, St. Francisville, 111. 
Spring-bumper 

Irwin, Kobert W., assignor of one-half to A. T. Lovelleth, St. Francisville, 111. Axle-box.. 

Irwin, Thomas W., Allegheny, and Gr. K. Eeber, Pittsburg, assignors to Solderless Stand- 
ing Seam Conductor Company, (limited,) Allegheny, Pa." Water-conductor. (Eeissne).. 

Isaac, John C, Cornwall on the Hudson, !N". T. Corner-stone for boundary-lines 

Isbell, George A. (See Fellows, Isbell, and Godard.) 

Isbell, Thomas D., Ukiah, Cal. Middlings-purifier 

Isbister, John H., et al. (See Kenyon, John, assignor.) 

Isbist«r, Tunis, et al. (See Kenyon, John, assignor.) 

Isch, Stephen, assignor of one-half fciterest to if. Miller, Buffalo, N. T. Mechanical move- 
ment 



Iseminger, Daniel H., Eloomington, 111. Bill or letter file 

Isham. Charles C. (See Eeed, Samuel, assignor.) 

Iste, Albert. (See Islce, Anthony and A.) 

Iske, Anthony, assignor to I. L. Landis, Lancaster, Pa. Copy-holder 

Iske. Anthony and A., assignors of one-half interest to I. L. Landis, Lancaster, Pa. Meat 
and vegetaljle slicer 

Iske, Anthony, assignor to I. L. Landis, Lancaster, Pa. Swinging treadle for sewing-ma- 
chines 



Iske, Anthony, Lancaster, Pa. Implement for spraying water 

Iske, Anthony, Lancaster, Pa. Secretary-table 

Israel, Alexander C, Kimmswick, assignor of one-half interest to A. T. Harlow, St. Louis, 
Mo. Nut-loek washer 

Israel, John, Dayton, Ohio. Burglar-alarm 

Ives, Blakeslee & Co. (See Ives, Edward E., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Ives, Edward K., et al. (See Hotchkiss, Charles A., assignor.) 

Ives, Edward K., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Ives, Blakeslee & Co. Automatic toy. 
(Rei.ssue) 

Ives, Ellsworth D., Norfolk, Conn. Axle-arm for vehicles , 

Ives, Henry, Batavia, iST. T. Cultivator 

Ives, James, Mount Carmel, Conn. Fastener for carriage-aprons, &c 

Ives, Joseph S., New York, N. T. Ticket-reel 

Iwan, Henry and L., Roberts, HI. Draft attachment to plows 

Iwan, Henry and L., Roberts, 111. Ditching-hoe .■ 

Iwan, Louis. (See Iwan, Henry and L.) 

Jaccard, David H., San Francisco, Cal. Needle-threader 

Jack, John G. (See Brown, Clark J., assignor.) 

Jackman, Andrew H. (See Scott, Jacob R., assignor.) 

Jackraan, Enoch, Concord, and F. Flanders, Franklin, N. H. Manufacture of latches for 
knitting-machine needles 

Jackraan, Enoch, Concord, and F. Flanders, Franklin, N. H. Manufacture of knitting-ma- 
chine needles 

Jackson, Amariah "W., Indianapolis, Ind. Spring bed-bottom 

Jackson, Andrew T., Cotton's Store, Ala. Chimney flue and shield 

Jackson, Caleb H., Harrisburg, Pa. Railway safety-switch apparatus , 

Jackson, Caleb H., Harrisburg, Pa. Foundation for switch and signal connections 

Jackson, Caleb H., and P. S. Guerber, assignors to Toucey and Buchanan Interlocking 
Switch Company, Harrisburg, Pa. Deflection-stand 

Jackson, Caleb H., Harrisburg, Pa. Railway-signal 

Jackson, Charles A., et al. (See Prichard, Joseph H., assignor.) 

Jackson, Charles P., Chicago, HI. Refrigerator , 

•Jackson, Francis T., assignor to J. L. Stanagc, St. Louis, Mo. Table-leaf support 

Jackson, Frederick J., Tarrytown, and "W". H. Wright, Saugerties, N. Y. Wash-boiler 

Jackson, John. (See Weir, D.aniel P., assignor) 

Jackson, John Q., ct al. (See Prichard. Joseph H., assignor.) 

Jack.sou, Moses T., Montrose, Pa. Vehicle pole and shaft 

Jackson, R. (See Lidren, Christopher, assignor.) 

Jackson, Samuel P., Manchester, N. H. Sash-fastener 

Jackson, Thomas M., Clarksburg, W. Va. Surveying-instrument 

Jackson, Walter M. (See Sloper, Byron, assignor.) 

Jacksoii, Walter M., Providence, R. I. Carbureting gas and air 

Jacl<son, William B., High Shoals, Ga. Wagon-brake 

Jackson, William B., High Shoals, Ga. Wagon-brake 

Jacob, Charles M., Paris, Fiunce. Composition for coating surfaces 



.Jacob, Fredericlf, Newaik, N. J. Sewing-machine 

Jacob, William C, Dallas, Iowa. Windmill 

Jacob!, Emil, assignor to F. Gutekunst, Philadelphia, Pa. Producing phototype-plates. . . 
Jacolis, Felix A., ct al. (See Wilson, Jacob AV., assignor.) (Reissue.) 
■Jacobs, Henry. (See Jacobs, John, assignor.) 

Jacobs, Henry, Sandusky, Ohio. Neck-yoke 

Jacobs, Henry, Sandusky, Ohio. Neck-yoke ring 

.Jacobs, Henry, Toledo. Ohio. Regulator for electric lights 

.Jacobs, Henry M., Wiiynesburg, Pa. Wagon-seat support 

Jacobs, Hiram S., assignor of oue-h.ilf interest to A. P. Brayton, San Francisco, Cal. Dis- 
charger for amalgamating-pans , 

Jacobs, Jacob, New York, N. Y. Illuminating roofing-plate 

Jacob.s, Jacob, New York, N. Y. Illuminating-tile 

Jacobs, .lohn, Springfield, assignortoH. Jacobs, Sandusky, Ohio. Neck-yoke center-swivel.. 



No. 



232,893 
223,352 
225,388 

226,520 

227,535 
228,762 
230,633 
230,636 
233,251 

234,570 

225,057 

232,723 

235,772 

9,070 
232,972 

225,753 



224,916 
227,112 

225,386 

225,387 

232,130 
232,131 

233,766 

227,111 
224,017 



9,370 
233,932 

231,582 
231,048 
227,534 
224,917 
230,130 

232,185 



224,541 

224,542 
224,337 
226,074 
223,516 
223,650 

224,540 
230,418 

231,324 
232,973 
231,584 



225,221 

228,199 
234,284 

228,357 
230,782 
235,773 
234,075 

230,020 

234,580 
225,389 



225,058 
226,662 
233,416 
233,933 

232,132 
225,837 
231,605 
225,059 



Date. 



Oct. 5 
Jan. 6 
Mar. 9 

Apr. 13 

May 11 
June 15 
Aug. 3 
Aug. 3 
Oct. 12 

Nov. 16 

Mar. 2 

Sept. 28 
Dec. 21 

Feb. 10 
Oct. 5 

Mar. 23 



Feb. 24 
May 4 

Mar. 9 

Mar. 9 

Sept. 14 
Sept. 14 
Oct. 26 

May 4 
Feij. 3 



Sept. 7 
Nov. 2 
Aug. 24 
Aug. 10 
May 11 
Feb. 24 
July 20 

Sept. 14 



Feb. 17 

Feb. 17 
Feb. 10 
Mar. 30 
Jan. 13 
Jan. 20 



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volume. 






119 
166 
480 

441 

515 

748 
44 
47 

560 

9.52 
97 

1015 

872 

609 
215 

926 



1111 

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479 

479 

301 

302 

1203 



22 
53 



205 
117 

1132 
524 
513 

1112 
733 

371 



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July 


17 

27 


Aug. 
Oct. 

Aug. 


17 
5 

24 


Mar. 


9 


June 

Nov. 


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Aug. 
Dec. 

Nov. 


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21 

23 


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Nov. 
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148 

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317 

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121 


1,312 


370 


379 


101 


544 


147 


657 


188 


1105 


311 


845 


238 


216 


58 


1136 


318 


283 


81 


43 


14 


502 


153 


221 




210 


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873 


244 


1078 




593 


(164 
il65 


954 


252 


482 




98 


27 


62;i 


173 


788 


217 


118 


33 


303 


85 


1015 


292 


1408 


397 


99 


27,28 



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17 

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17 
17 

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17 

17 
18 

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18 
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18 

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17 






757 

30 

550 

1074 

1361 

254 

254 

838 

1161 
472 

714 
1441 

323 
773 

645 



432 
982 



549 

549 

582 
582 
963 

982 
212 



568 
1006 
450 
338 
1073 
432 
137 

593 



342 

342 
292 
720 
79 
116 

342 
202 

397 
774 
450 



518 

1234 

1088 

1263 

281 

1442 

1189 

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550 



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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



105 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Jacobus & Nimick Manufactnring Company. (See Mathes, Philip, assignor.) 

Jacques, Edward K., et al. (See Ambler, Arthur A., assignor.) 

Jacques, George S., assignor of one-half interest toC. L. Morrow, Detroit, Mich. Merchan- 
dising-car .• 

Jacques, Jean. (See Hull, AVillard E., assignor.) 

Jacques, Jean, Waterbury, Conn. Surgical bandage 

Jacques, "William W., Baltimore, Md. Insulating compound for telegraph-wires , 

Jacques, "William "W., Baltimore, Md. Insulating compound 

Jadwin, Orlando H., Kew York, N. T. Propelling cars 

Jaeger. Adolph. Brcmerbaven, Germany. Fog-horn 

Jaeger, Gustav L., If ew York, If. Y. Low- water indicator 

Jaeger, Gustav L., 'Sew York, X. Y. Show-box for laces 

Jakel, John, assignor to himself and L. Eorkol, Detroit, Mich. Malt-kiln 

James, Charles G., Petaluma, Cal. Stock-car 

James, Charles J., et al. (See "Wheelwright, Sherburn, assignor.) 

James, James D., Mineral Point, "Wis. Sickle-bar for harvesters 

James, John H. (See "Workman and James.) 

James, Joseph A. (See Cole, Charles L., assignor.) 

James, Spencer T., ITranklin, Ga. Cultivator 

James, "William A., St. Louis, Mo. Sulky-plow , 

James, William A., St. Louis, Mo. Sulky-plow. (ReisSue) 

Jamieson, Henry A., Brooklyn, jST. Y. Pump 

Jamieson, Henry A., Brooklyn, !N". Y. Steam-piston 

Jamieson, M. H. (See Eice, Henry C, assignor.) 

Jamin, Jules C, Paris, France. Electric lamp 

Jamison, John, Turner's Palls, Mass. Jacket-stretcher for paper-machines 

Jamison, John P., Cambridge, Mass. Machine for forming ornamental designs upon wood. . 

Jankowitch, Jefrem, assignor to O. Selleck, New York, N. Y. Embroidering attachment 
for sewing-machines 

Janney, Alfred A.. Montgomery, Ala. Cotton-press 

Jansen, Diederich W., Joplin, Mo. Furnace for smelting ores 

Janseu, Edmund, assignor to A. Bontgen and L. Sabin, Solinwen, Germany. Clasp-knife. . . 

.Janssen, Gustavo, St. Louis, Mo., and'L. Baugh, Jr., East St. Louis, 111. Machine for mak- 
ing fertilizers 

Janssen, Henri. (See Franz and Janssen.) 

Janssen. Pierre, New York, N. Y. "Window -blind 

Japs, "Williani D., AVatertown, Minn. Sulky-plow 

Jaques, David L., Cleveland, Ohio. "Window-blind 

Jaqucs, AY. H. C, et al. (See Glenn, Lawrence, assignor.) 

Jardino, James J., New Haven, Conn. Blind-slat retainer 

Jarecki, Charles, Erie, Pa. Oil-saver for oil-wells 

Jarecki, Friderich, Erie, Pa. Service-bos for gas and wat«r pipes 

Jarecki Manufacturing Company. (See Morse, Thomas G., assignor.) 

Jarisch, .lohn. (See Klary, Bonifacius, assignor.) 

Jaiman, John N.. Peacher s "Mills, Tenn. Fmit-gatherer 

Jarvcs, Demin^, Detroit, Mich. Apparatus for treating animal matter 

Jarvis, Philip, Mount Ayr, Iowa. Wagon-brake 

Jasmagy, Gabriel, Brooklyn, N. Y. Pocket-book frame 

Jasmag>-. Gabriel, assignor to himself and P. Scheer, Brooklyn, N. Y. Eotary engine 

Jasper, C. E. Friedrich, (See Donath and Jasper.) 

Jasper. "William, and S. Boushey, San Francisco, Cal. Machine for the manufacture of 
cube-sugar 

Jay, -Tames M., New York. N. Y. Apparatus for stretching carpets 

Jay, Pierre E., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for overcoming the dead-point in crank-move- 
ments 

Jay, Pierre E., New York, N. Y. Pump 

Jay, Pierre E., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for overcoming dead-points in cranks 

Jay, "William H., assignor of one-halt interest to C. Morgan, Providence, K. I. Convertible 
chair 

Jayno, John E. (See Meritt, Eichmond C, assignor.) 

Jeanne, Leon P., Woodsido, and L. P. Jeanne, Greenville, N. J. Breastpin 

Jeanne, Louis P. (See Jeanne, Leon P. and L. P.) 

Jefferies, James E., Yeo Bank, Congresbnry, England. Composition printing-block 

Jeffeiios, James E., Yeo Bank, Congresbnry, England. Duplicate paper for producing 
copies 

Jeffers, Milton C. (See French and Jeflfers.) 

Jefferson, Thomas E., Boston, Mass. Plow 

Jeffery, Edward T. (See Hayes, Jeffery, and Schlacks.) 

Jeffords, John E., Philadelphia, Pa. Tea-pot 

Jeffi^y, AlbertD., Brooklyn, N. Y. Button , 

Jeffs, James, No. 43 Hanover Street, Middlesex County, Great Britain. Machinery and ap- 
paratus for glazing or for coloring and glazing the surface of paper or other fabrics 

Jclliff, Charles M., New York, N. Y. Metallic self-binder for books 

Jemison, Kobert W., and P. "Watson, Delta, La. Stamp-canceling device 

Jenkins, Alfred B. (See Jenkins, Cliarles, assignor.) 

Jenkins, Alfred B. and C, Boston, Mass. Vulcanized plastic compoimd 

Jenkins, Benjamin E., Conklingville, N. Y. "Wash-board 

Jenkins, Charles. (See Jenkins, Alfred B. and C.) 

Jenkins, Charles, assignor of one-half interest to A. B. .Jenkins, Boston, Mass. Gage-cock. . 

Jenkins, Charles A., Sacramento, Cal. Thrashing-machine 

Jenkins, Edward "W., Norristown, Pa. Grain-binder 

Jenkins, Eugene N., assignor to J. N. Eossell, Chicago, HI. Coffee-roaster 

Jenkins, George, et al. (Sco Westgato, Joseph D., assignor.) 

Jenkins, George 0., South Abington, Mass. Machine for forming metallic shoe-shanks 

Jenkins, H. N. (See Brierley, Frederick "W. and "W. "W., assignors.) 

Jenkins, Jabez, Philadelphia, Pa. Caloric engine 

Jenkins, James B., "Warren, HI. Pipe-grapple for oil and other wells 

Jenkins, Jesse, Sligo, Md. Two-wheeled caniage 

Jenkins, Josl, el al. (See Smith, Albert M., assignor.) 

Jenkins, Joel, Mount Vernon, N. Y. Snap-hook 

Jenkins, Joel, Mount Vernon, N. Y. Eyeglass-hook 



No. 



229,135 

236,035 
227,168 
231,583 
223,532 
229,044 
230,282 
232,273 
226,860 
234,036 

229,417 



227,300 
224,188 
9,501 
229,612 
229,613 

232,610 
225,609 
232,823 

233,767 
227,013 

228,818 
229,700 

228,641 

235,151 

225,138 
230,944 

224,918 
224,090 
230,704 



225,610 
233,417 
225,139 

227,258 
235,240 



230,131 
226,917 

234,406 
234,407 
235,876 

233,352 

235,683 

231,491 

231,672 

230,419 

235,247 

225,288 

231,585 
228,642 
233,769 

232,974 

224,828 

232,724 
231,806 
233,098 
228,070 

220,232 

228,643 
230,783 
234,285 

229,137 
231,051 



Date. 



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Dec. 28 
May 4 
Aug. 24 
Jan. 13 
June 22 
July 20 
Sept. 14 
Apr. 27 
Nov. 2 

June 29 



May 11 
Feb. 3 
Dec. 21 
July 
July 6 

Sept. 28 
Mar. 16 
Oct. 5 

Oct. 26 
Apr. 27 
June 15 
July 6 

June 8 

Dec. 7 
Mar. 2 
Aug. 10 

Feb. 24 
Feb. 3 
Aug. 3 



Mar. 16 

Oct. 19 

Mar. 2 

May 4 

Dec. 7 



July 20 
Apr. 27 

Nov. 16 
Nov. 16 
Dec. 28 

Oct. 19 

Dec. 21 

Aug. 24 

Aug. 31 

July 27 

Dec. 7 
Mar. 9 

Aug. 24 
June 8 
Oct. 26 

Oct. 5 
Feb. 24 

Sept. 28 
Aug. 31 
Oct. 12 
May 25 

Apr. 6 

June 8 
Aug. 3 
Nov. 9 

Juno 22 
Aug. 10 



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1212 
94 

1134 
469 

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913 
476 
852 
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325 
249 
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120 
121 

887 

743 

34 

1204 

1037 

825 

222 

581 

110 

182 
409 

1113 
143 

125 



744 
789 
183 
199 
221 



733 

926 

728 

728 

1018 

707 

766 

1027 

1245 

1106 

223 
373 

1137 

582 
1205 

217 
1014 

1015 

1409 

379 

1102 

98 

583 
211 
564 

1192 
526 



325 

334 
26 
317 
127 
296 
260 
132 
236 
71 

417 



95 
72 
268 
32 
33 

245 

219 

9,10 

334 

288 

225 

61 

154 

32 

51 

118 

318 
40 
36 



219 

217 
51 
58 
60 



205 
258 

196 
197 

282 

193 

218 



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)312 

60 
109 

318 
154 
335 



287 

279 
397 
104 
331 

20 

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326 

148 



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1505 

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450 

94 

1418 
165 
611 
921 

1029 

1485 



1042 
244 

1458 
26 
26 

693 
606 

744 

963 

950 

1371 

41 

1326 

1299 
487 
321 

432 
227 
266 



606 

883 

487 

1010 

1317 



137 
932 

1124 
1125 
1474 

6C» 

1424 

434 

475 

202 

1317 
531 

450 

1326 

964 

774 
415 

714 

500 

806 

1197 

703 

1326 

281 
1088 

1433 
339 



106 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 

Alplidbetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Jenkins, -Johs, Chicago, 111. Grass-gathering attachment for lawn-mowers 

Jenkins, Joseph C, Hnmholdt, Tenn., assignor of one-half interest to D. T. Tripp, Water- 
loo, III. Tempering steel 

Jenkins, Marion K., Browning, Mo. Device for stacking hay - . 

Jenkins, Nicholas, New Haven, Conn. Machine for dressing and paneling stone 

Jenkins, Nicholas, New Haven, Conn. Dress-stiffenor 

Jenkins, Perry S. (See Kidder and Jenkins.) 

Jenkins, William E., Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Low- water alarm for steam-boilers 

Jenks, Abraham S. (See Everding, John, assignor.) 

Jenks, Charles W., Philadelphia, Pa. Pocket-hook 

Jenks, Charles W., Philadelphia, Pa. Handle for pocket-books and satchels 

Jenks, George A. (See Jenks, James, assignor.) 

Jenks, James, assignor of one-half interest to G. A. Jenks, Detroit, Mich. Feed-water in- 
j ector 

Jenks, M., Woodbum, assignor of one-half interest to J. W. K. McClure, Blue Mound, 111. 
Photograph-burnisher 

Jenks, Stephen A. (See Morse, Cyrus B.. assignor.) 

Jenks, Stephen A., et al. (See Eabbeth, Francis J., assignor.) 

Jenks, Stephen A. (See Shedd, J. Herbert, assignor.) 

Jenks, Stephen A. (See Sherman, Albert R., assignor.) 

Jenks, Stephen A., Lincoln, K. I. Hydrant 

Jenks, Stillman H., Ionia, Mich. Lubricator 

Jenks, Stillman H.. Ionia, Mich. Avitomaf ic lubricator 

Jenno, D. Judson, et al. (See Kehr, Cyrus, assignor.) 

Jenne, William K., assignor to E. Eemington & Sons, Hion, N. Y. Keel for type-writing 
machines 

Jennings, Abraham G. (See Jennings, Warren P., assignor.) 

Jennings, Augustus E., Detroit, Mich. , Device for storing water for irrigating purposes 

Jennings, Charles S., New Haven, assignor to Parker & Whipple Company, West Meriden, ? 
Conn. Ileversible latch 5 

Jennings, Ebenezer, et al. (See Coyle, Chafles J., assignor.) 

Jennings, George, and George, Jr., Stangate, England. Waste-water guard for water-closets . 

Jennings, George, and George, Jr., Stangate, England. Water-closet 

Jennings, Ealph S., Baltimore, Md. Eevorsiblo filter 

Jennings, Warren P, assignor of one-half to A. G. Jennings, Brooklyn, N. T. Mitt-shaping 
machine 

Jennings, William A., assignor of one-half to S. E. Latta, Dyersburg, Tenn. Clevis 

Jensen, Jens, assignor to A. C. Eish, Eacine, Wis. Eacing-iron for wagon-bodies 

Jentzsch, Eobert B., New York, N. Y. Compound metal-working machine 

Jemegan, Aimer B. (See Howe, John, Jr., assignor.) 

Jerome, Charles C, Chicago, Hi. Valve-stem packing 

Jerome, Charles C, Chicago, 111. Piston-rod packing 

Jerome & Co. (See Jerome, Samuel B., assignor.) 

Jerome <fc Co., et al. (See Morgan and Evarts, assignors.) 

Jerome, Edgar, Albany, N. Y. Steam-pressure and water gage 

Jerome, Henry, Cleveland, Ohio. Link-machine 

Jerome, Samuel B., assignor to Jerome & Co., New Haven, Conn. Suspension of clock- 
pendulums 

Jerrold, John E., assignor to himself, C. Hubbard, and W. E. Smith, Kansas City, Mo. 
Steam-boiler 

Jerrold, John E., Kansas City, Mo., assignor to H. C. Darby, Wyandotte, Kans. Crown- 
sheet support 

Jerzmanowski, Erazm J., New York, N. Y. Process of and apparatus for generating gas. - 

Jerzmanowski, Erazm J., New York, N. Y. Producing hydrogen 

Jerzmanowski, Erazm J., New York, N. Y. Process of and apparatus for making illumi- 
nating-gas 

Jespersen, Carsten E., Copenhagen, Denmark. Surveying-instrument 

Jetter, Albert, et al. (See KJraengel, Frederic, assignor.) 

Jetter, Emil, et al. (Seo Kraengel, Frederic, assignor.) 

Jewell, John B., Carrollton, Mo. Slate-frame 

Jewell, John B., Carrollton, Mo. Shutter-worker 

Jewell, John B., Carrollton, Mo. Elae-stopper 

Jewell, William H., et al. (See Lighthall, William A., assignor.) 

Jewett & Co., Sherman S. (See Jewett, Josiah, assignor.) 

Jowett, Edgar B., Buffalo, N. Y. Combined refrigerator and sideboard 

Jewett, E. M. (See Bark, John J., assignor.) 
Jewett, James S. (See Moses, Walter §., assignor.) 

Jewett, Josiah, assignor to S. S. Jewett & Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Stove-grate and bearings 

Jeyte, Edward A. (See Eoehr and Jeyte.) 

JP Nail Company. (See Baackes, John M. E., assignor.) 

Jillson, Alonzo, assignor to J. I. Case & Co., Eacine, Wis. Traction-engine 

Jividen, J. M. (See Hartman, Aaron B., assignor) 

Jobbins, William E., New York, N. Y, Telegraphic and telephonic insulator 

Johanson, Olof, New York, N. Y. Locket 

Johncn, D6sir6. (See Vincent and Johnen.) 

Johns, Henry W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Compound asbestus sheet for roofing, &c 

Johns, Henry W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Asbestus sheet for roofing, &c 

Johns, Jacob E., Millersburg, Pa. Car-starter. (Eeissue) 

Johns, J. E., et al. (See Beli, Charles S., assignor.) 

Johnson, Albert E., Oxford, Mass. Shave for making Scotch-sole edges on boots and shoes . . 

Johnson, Albert M., and W. H., Philadelphia, Pa. Shutter- worker 

Johnson, Alford C, Martin, Ohio. Velocipede 

Johnson, Alfred, New Geneva, assignor of one-half interest to S. Mier, Elk Lick, Pa. Lock ? 

for fire-arms 5 

Johnson, Alonzo, Springfield, Mass. Machine for slitting lock-nuts 

Johnson, Alonzo, assignor of one-half to J. B. Atwood, Springfield, Mass. Car-brako 

Johnson, Andrew, and D. Dewey, Port Andrew, Wis. Hay rake and loader 

Johnson, Arthur H., Woodland, Cal. Shoe for grain-thrashers, &c 

Johnson, Asa, assignor of two-thirds interest toW. W. Gibbs, New York, N. Y., and A. F. 

Fowler, Middletown, Conn. Mechanism for transmitting motion 

Johnson, Ben.iamin, and W. P. Giddings, Gardiner, Me. ; said Giddings assignor to said 

Johnson. Fertilizer 



No. 



233,516 

223,738 
2.35,088 
223,230 
225,754 

226,754 

227,691 

227,693 



233,418 
226,521 



223,808 
231,426 
2.32,039 



229,707 

229,136 
231,171 

234,287 
234,288 
234,408 

234,286 
235,248 
231,050 
234,037 

230,132 
230,133 

235,774 
233,768 

230,283 

227,536 

232,824 
233,860 
233,861 

233,862 
231,325 



226,319 
226,320 
231,227 



224,781 



236,036 



227,259 

228,077 
228,819 

230,945 

230,946 

9,138 

234,038 
223,354 

232,825 

233,100 

231,492 
235,152 

224,782 
^5,838 

233,518 

234,782 



Date. 



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Jan. 20 

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Jan. 6 

Mar. 23 

Apr. 20 

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Apr. 13 



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Aug. 24 
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Aug. 17 

Nov. 9 
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Aug. 10 
Nov. 2 

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Nov. 2 
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June 15 

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Aug. 10 
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Oct. 12 

Aug. 24 
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224 
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262 

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826 

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257 

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38 

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Alphahetical list of patentees — Continued. 



107 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Jobnson, Benjamin G.. Pioridence, E. I. Toy gypsy-kettle 

JolmsoD, Benson W., Providence, E. I. Carpet-sweeper 

Johnson, Charles, Thorold, Ontario, Canada. Hot-water attachment for magazine-stoves. . 

Johnson, Charles, Towanda. Pa. Door-hanger .' 

Johnson, Charles C, Springfield, Vt., assignor to S. A. Eaton. Whoelharro-w. (Reissue) . . . 

Johnson, Charles D. (See'Wilgns and Johnson.) 

Johnson, Charles E., Boston, Mass. Lubricator for steam-engine cylinders 

Johnson, Charles E., Jr., Owego, K". T. Grass -seeder 

Johnson, Daniel A., Boston, Slass. Clasp 

Johnson, Eaver E., and C. S. Moak, Snn Prairie, AVis. "Windmill 

Johnson, Edward A., Ansonia, Conn. Bevel 

Johnson, Edward E., et al. (See Knowlcs, Daniel M., assignor.) (Keissne.) 

Johnson, Edward E., Painesville, Ohio. Die for edging sheet-metal strips 

Johnson, Edward F., Troy, Pa. Stove-truck I 

Johnson, Elmore, Morrisville, Vt. Bnckboard 

Johnson, Elmore, assignor of two-thirds interest to G. S. Blodgett and E. P. Manor, Bur- 
lington, Vt. Apparatus for sealing cans, &c 

.Johnson, Erank P., Eyer's Grove, Pa. Thill-conpling 

Johnson, Fred, and F. Eccleston, KchraskaCity, Nehr. "Well-hucket bottom 

Johnson, George, Cincinnati, Ohio. Packing for hydraulic pistons 

Johnson, George, Cincinnati, Ohio. Hydropneumatic elevator 

Johnson, George E., assignor to J. C. Cook, Eussell, Iowa. Corn-cultivator 

.Johnson, Henry, Washington, D. C. Mechanical accountant-instrument 

.Johnson, Henry C, Meadville, Pa. Bottle-stopper 

Johnson, Henry C, assignor of one-half to >T. Sandham, Davenport, Iowa. "Wheat-heater. 

Johnson, Henry P., San Francisco, Cal. Windmill 

.Johnson, Horace. Crittenden, IST. Y. Try-square 

Johnson, Isaac "W., Stratford, N. H. Self-adjusting clock-calendar 

Johnson, Jacob, Newburyport, Mass. Time-signal 

Johnson, Job, Brooklyn, N. T. Combined capital and base for metallic columns 

Johnson, Job, Brooklyn, IST. Y. Tubular pile 

Johnson, John B. (See Prescott, Edwin, assignor.) 

Johnson, John B., Boston, Mass. Electric time-registering clock 

Johnson, John H. (See Johnson, John K. and J. H.) 

Johnson, John E. and J. H., Smyrna, Ohio. Corn-planter 

.Johnson, Joseph B., Lynn. Mass., assignor, by mesne assignments, to himself and A. Fuller. ) 
Machinery for shaping boot and shoe soles. (Eeissue) j 

Johnson, Joseph B., Lynn, Mass. Machine for shaping the soles of boots and shoes 

Johnson, Joseph F., and E. G. Parsons, Yokum Station, Va. Hay-rake. 



Johnson. Lauriu H., and ^. Eeynolds, Detroit, Mich. Tucker for sewing-machines 

Johnson, Lenson, Vincennes, Ind. Key-fastener 

Johnson, Louis J., Elk Falls, Kans. Car-coupling 

Johnson, Louis K., New York, assignor to J. A. Gray, Brooklyn, N. Y. Type and space 
holder 



.Johnson, Moses, Lockport, N. Y. Hand-truck. 

Jolmson, Moses, Lockport, N. Y. Hand-truck 

Johnson, Moses, Lockport, N. Y. Hand-truck 

Johnson, Moses, Lockport, K". Y., assignor, by mesne assignments, to C. La Dow. Plow. 
(Eeissue) 

Jolmson, Moses, Lockport, N. Y., assignor, by mesne assignments, to C. La Dow. Plow. 
(Eeissue) 

Johnson, Moses, Lockport, N. Y., assignor, by mesne assignments, to C. La Dow. Eotary 
cultivator. (Eeissue) 

•Johnson, Moses, Lockport, N". Y., assignor, by mesne assignments, to C. La Dow. Eotary 
cultivator. (Eeissue) 

Johnson, Moses, assignor of one-half interest to M. C. Eichardson, Lockport, N. Y. Hand- 
truck 



.Johnson, Moses C. assignor to H. G. Thompson, Milford, Conn. 

.Johnson, Powell. Barton, Ala. Eye-protector 

.Johnson, Eichard, Madison, Ind. "Starch-press 

Johnson, Eichard A., Newnan, Ga. Cotton-cultivator 

Johnson, Eichard A., Newnan, Ga. Cultivator and scraper 

Johnson, Eichard M., Houston, Tex. Brick-machine 



Cutting-pliers. 



Johnson, Eohcrt "W., assignor to Seabury & Johnson, New York, N. Y. Impervious wrap- 
ping-paper 



Johnson, Eoicc "W., Fort Dodge, Iowa. Check-rowing attachment for corn-planters 

Johnson, Samuel "W. (See Thompson and Johnson.) 

.Johnson, "W. F., et al. (See Morgan, Hubert W.. assignor.) 

.Johnson, "William, Milwaukee, "Wis. Millstone-driver 

Johnson, "William, Lamhertville, N. J. Valve-gear for steam-engines 

Johnson, "William, Lambertville, N. J. Valve-gear for steam-engines 

Johnson, "William, Lambertville, N. J. Balanced valve 

Johnson, "William B., Atlanta, Ga. Machine for filing gin-saws 

.Johnson. AVilliam E., Lanark, III. Fire-safe for smoke-houses 

Johnson, "William F.. assignor of one-third interest to E. S. (Jaillard, Providence, E. I. Au- 
tomatic station-indicator and advertiser 

.Johnson, "William H. (.See Furbish, Isaiah M., assignor.) 

Johnson, "William H. (See .Johnson, Albert M. and W. H.) 

Johnson, "William H., Delhi. N. Y., assignor of one-half interest to G. E. Marvine. Metal 
neck-yoke. (Eeissue) 

.Johnson, "William H., Galveston, Ind. Automatic wagon-brake 

Johnson, "William H., assignor to Deero & Mansur Company, Moline, 111. Corn-planter 

Johnson, William H., Moline, lU. Seeding-machine 

Johnson, "William J., Boston, Mass. Drying apparatus , 

Johnson, "William .J., Boston, Mass. Machine for trimming stereotype-plates. 

.Johnson, AVilliam .J., Newton, assignor to National Manufacturing Company, B 
Scoop-sifter 

.Johnson, "William .J., Boston, Mass. Drying stereotype-matrices 

Johnson, AVilliara J., Newton, assignor to National Manufacturing Company, Boston, Mass. 
Strainer for tea and coffeepots .' 

Johnson, "Willi.im K. (See Campl)ell, Charles A. .J., assignor.) 



Dompany, Boston, Mass. 



No. 



234,873 
22B,358 
225,987 
232,828 
9,323 

229,710 
229,826 
233,099 
233,353 
228,903 

229,418 
227,016 
224,338 

228,999 
226,755 
232,726 
224,695 
234,874 
225,526 
234,875 
232,404 
234,130 
231,430 
226,075 
230,134 
233,101 
225,060 
225,061 

223,517 

223,353 

9,245 

230,187 
223,921 

225,390 

224,919 

227,538 

230,784 
224,693 
224,694 
227,790 

9,031 

9,032 

9,168 

9,169 

229,422 
232,975 
234,039 
227,537 
229,318 
232,133 

228,969 

229,045 
225,986 



224,291 
231,228 
231,229 
234,040 
223,044 
226,801 

231,901 



9,366 

227,014 
231,428 
232,826 
228,259 
231,427 

233,770 
234,480 

234,712 



Date. 



Nov. 30 
June 1 
Mar. 30 
Oct. 5 
July 27 

July 6 
July 13 
Oct. 12 
Oct. 19 
June 15 

June 29 
Apr. 27 
Feb. 10 

June 22 
Apr. 20 
Sept. 28 
Feb. 17 
Nov. 30 
Mar. 16 
Nov. 30 
Sept. 21 
Nov. 9 
Aug. 24 
Mar. 30 
July 20 
Oct. 12 
Mar. 2 
Mar. 2 

Jan. 13 

Jan. 6 

June 8 

July 20 
Jan. 27 

Mar. 9 

Feb. 24 
May 11 

Aug. 3 
Feb. 17 
Feb. 17 
May 18 

Jan. 

Jan. 6 

Apr. 20 

Apr. 20 

June 29 
Oct. 5 
Nov. 2 
May 11 
June 29 
Sept. 14 

June 15 



June 22 
Mar. 30 



Feb. 10 
Aug. 17 
Aug. 17 
Nov. 2 
June 8 
Apr. 27 

Sept. 7 



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Apr. 27 
Aug. 24 
Oct. 5 
Juno 1 
Aug. 24 

Oct. 26 
Nov. 10 

Nov. 23 



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876 

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519 

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1398 
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747 
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120 

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1116 



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63 

343 
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418 
289 
121 

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350 
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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED EKOM THE 

Aljolidbeiical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



OflBcial 
Gazette. 



p. 



o 



a 



Johnson, William W.C. Lewisburg, Ohio. Plant-setter 

Johnston, Abner, J. Mallette, and C. "Wood, Sidney Plains, N. Y. JBelt-fastener 

.Johnston, Allen, Ottumwa, Iowa. CuttinR-off tool for metal-screw machines 

-Johnston, David M., Eed Blnff, Cal. Cultivator 

Jolinston, Edward 11. (See Eobeits, Alfred E., assignor.) 
.Tohnston Harvester Company. (See Cooley, Orville, assignor.) 

Johnston, Henry N., Brockport, N. T. Gleaner and binder 

Johnston, Horace S., and W. H. Humphrey; said Humphrey assignor to S. B. Humphrey, 

Tioga, Pa. Machine for di-ying and finishing leather and applying oil thereto 

Johnston, .lames K., Soracrsworth, N. H. Knife and fork holder 

.Johnston, .John .!., San rrancisoo, Cal. Soldering apparatus 

Johnston, Melville M. (.See Supleo, Albert H., assignor.) (Reissue.) 
.Johnston, Kobert. (Sec Snow, Hervey D., assignor.) 

.Johnston, Samiiel, Brockport, N. Y. Hand-binding hai-vcster 

.Johnston, William A., Edgewater, N. Y. Treadle mechanism for dental engines 

.Johnstone, George, Philadelphia, Pa. Knitting-machine 



.Johnstone, ^V■illiam H., Philadelphia, Pa. Manufacture of surgical splints 

Johnstone, AVilliam H., Philadelphia, Pa. Stiffened jacket or envelope for supporting 
Various parts of the human frame 

Johnstone, William H., Philadelphia, Pa. Felting for surgical splints 

Joint, William, Lynn, Mass. Heel-polishing machine , 

Joint, William, and E. Nicholson, Lynn, Mass. Hea,ting wax on the thread in sewing-ma- 
chines 

■Jonas, 

Jones, 

Jones, 

.Tones, 

.Jones, 

.Jones, 

Jones, 
row 

.Jones, 



Fredrick. (See Stubbs and Jonag.) 

Amanda T., Clinton, Wis. OU-bnmer. 

Arthur, Martin's Ferry, Ohio. Machine for shaving hoops 

Augustus H., Meriden, Conn. Extension-chandelier 

A. W. (See Smith, Allen H., assignor.) 

Casper M., Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Chandelier 

Charles E., assignor of one-half interest to G. M. Tripp, Greencastle, Iowa. 

corn-marker , 

Charles E., Beloit, Wis. Expanslon-ptdley 



Check- 



Jones, Charles E. and W. H., Cincinnati, Ohio. Telephone exchange system and furniture. 

.Tones, H.avid. (.See Murphy, Francis, assignor.) 

.Tones, Edward E., Chemung, N. Y. Sweat-pad for horse-collars 

Jones, Edward E., (ihemung, N. Y. Sweat-pad for horse-collars. (Reissue) 

.Tones, Edwin L. (See Blinsinger, George F., assignor.) 

Jones, Florentine A., New York, N. Y. Automatic damper-regulator 

Jones, Florentine A., New York, N. Y. Automatic damper-regulator 

Jones, Florentine A., New York, N. Y., and A. Holt, Boston, Mass. Air-valve for steam- 
heaters 



.Tones, Francis, DufEeld's, W. Va. Lye-conductor for barrels 

Jones, Francis W., Chicago, 111. Duplex telegraph 

.Tones, George B., et al. (See Plumer, WiUiani, assignor.) 

.Tones, George M., et al. (See Blake, George W., assignor.) 

.Jones, George R. G. (See Seehausen, Herman, assignor.) 

.Tones, Gilbert E., New York, N. Y. Paper-folding machine 

Jones, Gilbert E., New York, N. Y. Machine for folding and cutting paper or other mate- 
rials 

.Tones, Gilbert E., New York, N. Y. Stereotype-block '. 

Jones, Han-y C, et al. (See Greene, James G., assignor.) 

Jones, .J. A., et al. (See Pago, John W., assignor.) 

.Tones, Jacob D., assignor to himself and T. T. Wall, Winchester, Ta. Grain-binder 

Tones, James H., and R. Emerson, assignors to Emerson, Talcott & Co., Rockford, HI. 
vestcr 



Har- 



Jones, James H., Rockford, HI. Seeding-machine . 



Combined cultivator and seeder. 

Hoop-bending machine 

Machine for setting up barrels . . . 

Dumping-car 



•Jones, James H., Rockford, HI 
.Tones, Joel W., Bellaire, Ohio. 
Jones, Joel W., Bellaire, Ohio. 

Jones, Jolm, Lakevillc, Cal. 

.Tones, John, and A . Phariss, Lakevillc, Cal. Brake for harvesters 

.Tones, .Tohn A., Middlesbrough, Great Britain. Manufacture of iron and steel 

Jones, John A., Mount Pleasant, Del. Drill-point for seed-drills. (Reissue) 

.Tones, John B., assignor of one-half interest to H. W. Shepard, Brooklyn, and R. Seaman, 
New York, N. Y. Coating iron with zinc and alloys of zinc 

Jones, John B., assignor of one-half to H. W. Shepard, Brooklyn, and R. Seaman, New 
York, N. Y. Alloy for coating metals 

.Tones, John E., assignor to A. L. Stetson, Storm Lake, Iowa. Key-board attachment for 
musical instruments 

.Tones, .Tohn M., Palmyra, N. Y. P.apcr-cutting machine 

.Tones, John M., Wrexham, North Wales, England. Leather fluffing or grounding machine. . 

.Tones, John R., Clarksville, Iowa. Railway-car brake 

.Tones, John T., Sussex Court-House, Va. Peanut-stripper 

.Tones, Joshua W., Harrisburg, Pa. Pressing-machine for printers, book-binders, &c 

Jones, Joshua W., Hanisburg, Pa. Attachment for hydraulic presses 

Jones, .Toshua W., Harrisburg, Pa. Press for book-binders 

Jones, Josiah N., Worcester, assignor of one-half interest to F. F. Raymond, 2d, Newton, 
Mass. Picker-lag 

Jones & Laughlins. (See Alker, John H., assignor.) 

Jones, Levin T., Bcaltimore, Md. Apparatus for destroying insects 

Jones, Martin P., Cleveland, Ohio, (jovering for steam-boilers 

Jones, Melvin A. (Sec Crane, Thomas, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

•Jones, Milton C, Troy, N. Y. Fumaco for steam-boilers 

Jones, Myron D. (See Smith, Charles A., assignor.) 

.Tones, Richard, Berkeley, England. Preserving meat in the carcass 

Jones, EichardH., and J. L. Owens, assignors to MinncapolisHarvester Works, Minneapolis, 
Minn. Harvesting-machino 

Jones, Richard M., T. Legge, and J. Bartlett, Buxton, county of Surrey, England. Bird- 
target 



229,139 
231,808 
224,543 
220,321 



235,775 

232,508 
228,998 
22C,404 



223,919 
229,614 
229,709 

224,783 



224,784 
220,076 
231,673 

232,827 

225,839 
235,250 
225,612 

231,032 

229,140 
234,876 

234,192 



231,326 
9,519 

223,446 
iK4,544 

227,361 
224,698 
225,140 



229,419 
229,420 
230,021 

235,537 

228,359 

233,517 

233,934 
225,222 
232,134 

223 922 

226,451 

225,932 

9,165 

234,481 

234,482 

2.31,723 
234,409 
235,249 
^25,611 
225,613 
223,355 
224,690 
233,625 

224,545 

229,317 
227,260 

229,827 

231,807 

223,350 

235,251 



June 22 
Aug. 31 
Feb. 17 
Apr. 6 



Dec. 21 

Sept. 21 
June 22 
Apr. 13 



Jan. 27 
July 6 
July 6 

Feb. 24 

Feb. 24 
Mar. 30 
Aug. 31 

Oct. 5 

Mar. 23 
Dec. 7 
Mar. 16 

Aug. 10 

June 22 
Nov. 30 

Nov. 9 



Aug. 17 

Dec. 28 

Jan. 13 

Feb. 17 

May 11 

Feb. 17 

Mar. 2 



June 29 
June 29 
July 13 

Dec. 14 

June 1 

Oct. 19 

Nov. 2 
Mar. 9 
Sept. 14 

Jan. 27 

Apr. 13 
Mar. 30 
Apr. 20 

Nov. 10 

Nov. 16 

Aug. 31 
Nov. 16 
Dec. 7 
Mar. 10 
Mar. 16 
Jan. 6 
Feb. 17 
Oct. 26 

Feb. 17 

.June 29 
May 4 

July 13 

Aug. 31 

Jan. 6 

Dec. 7 



1193 

1411 

660 

195 



876 

770 

1044 

290 



673 
122 
226 

963 



909 
1313 
1246 

41 

1017 
226 
746 

527 

1194 
1322 

430 



848 
1342 

293 
661 

326 

840 
184 



1515 

1516 

594 

593 

223 
890 

119 

284 
305 

870 

354 

1138 

794 

815 

810 

1306 
730 
225 
745 

747 

169 

837 

1047 

C64 

1398 
200 

378 

1410 

170 

226 



326 

397 

189 

58 



244 

213 

284 
80 



232 

33 

62,63 



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18 £00 



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17 
17 



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18 
17 
17 



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18 
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11 

293 

61 

220 

148 

327 
350 

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122 

[123 

238 
368 

77 
189 

96 

239 

52 



418 
;418 
I 419 

165 



109 

63 

f 247 

J 248 

33 

82 

86 

5233 

J 234 

101 

324 

221 



367 
197 
61 
220 
220 
44,45 
238 
291 

189 

383 



105 



45 
01 



17 
17 
18 

13 

17 

18 
17 

18 

17 

18 

'18 



18 
18 

17 

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17 



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18 

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17 
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17 

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17 



342 
782 



1442 

666 

1411 

60<> 



178 
27 
41 

408 



408 
720 
475 

745 

660 

1318 

606 

339 

1433 
1235 

1069 



398 
1527 

65 

342 

1042 
373 

488 



1485 

1485 

106 

1388 

1263 

901 

1007 
518 
582 

179 

818 
693 
900 

1139 

1139- 

484- 

1125 

1318 

600 

606 

31 

372 

930 

343: 

1469 
1010 

72 

500- 

31 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



109 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Jones, Eichard TV., Syracuse, N. T. G-ag-runner 

Jones, Kicliard "W., S'yracnso, N. Y. Harness-saddle 

Jones. Robert. (See Gable, John H., assignor.) 

Jones, liodraan, and J. Stewart; said Stewart assignor to H. Climer, Scliooloy's Station, 

Oliio. rotatoplantcr 

Jones, Itolla K., Watertown, N. Y. I'ller.s 

Jones, Samuel, Lincoln, 111. Steam coffee and tea pot 

Jones, Samnel W.. assignor to J. Nicholson, Detroit, Mich. Soil-bucket 

.Tones, Steplien W., Pet(^rsbnrjr. Va. Process and machinery for manufacturing tobacco 

Jones. Thomas B., Rochester, Ky. Fencehoister, &e 

Jone.H, Tliomas F., Aberdeen, Ohio, assignor of one-half interest to T. K. Ball &. Son, Mays- 

ville, Ky. Plow 

.Tones, Tlionias T., et al. (See Mann, Frederick, assignor.) 
Jone.s, Walter "W. (Sec Gonld. Ileuben 1!. H., .issigrior.) 

Jones, 'William, Kalamazoo, Mich. Box-fastener 

.Tones, 'William A. (See Briggs and Jones.) 

Jone.s, William C, Syra, one of the islands of the Grecian Archipelago. Ilydraulic punch- 

ing-machine 

.Tones, William E., St. Louis, Mo. Dinnirbuckct 

Jones, William G., San Jos6, Cal. 'Vessel for containing milk and other articles 

Jones, William II. (See .Tones, Charles E. and W. n.) 

.Tones, William J. (See Dudley and Jones.) 

Jones, William R. (See Ridley. Ilenry A., assignor.) 

Jones, William W., JTaahviUe, Tonn. Machine for making rims for tops of metal vessels. . . 

Jonson. .Teptha C. (See Youns, Thomas B., assignor.) 

.Tontz, George, 'Wyanet, 111. End-gate for wagons 

Jordan, August C, Pittsburg, Pa., assignor of one-half interest to J. Robson & Son. Coal- \ 

washing machine 5 

fordan, David C, Plum IIollow, Iowa. Clothes-pounder 
ordan, Edgar L., and M. E. Taylor. North Attleborough, Mass. Ring for jewelry 

Jordan. Edmund, assignor to E. W. Bliss and J. H. 'VTilliams, Brooklyn, N. x. Shoet- 

met.il-Hcrew machine 

Jordan, Ilenry, San Francisco, Cal. Cement compound 

Jordan, Joseph. (See Marklo and .Tordan.) 

Jordan, .Toscph, and C. C. Marklo, Pittsburg, Pa. Suction or vacuum fcox for paper-machines. . 

.Tordan, Sarah 15., Arba, Ind. Ki^hen-cabinet 

Jordan, Scott D., Cape ElizabetlJj and W. A. Clark, Deering, Me. Plate or stove-cover 

Josef, Edward E., liuflalo. N. Y. Wheel and puiley 

Joseph, John, Brooklyn, N. Y. Window-screen 

Joslin, 15. Duane. (See Smith and .Toslin.) 

Joslin, Gilman, Boston, Mass. Globe 

Joslin, .Tacob D., Trenton, N. .1. Machine for making rubber belting 

Joslin, Thfonas J., Flint, Mich. Camp-bed 

Joslin. William C, Putnam, Conn. Bag-fastener 

Joslin, William E., Scituato, R. I. Stock for metallic tips for lacings 

Joslyn, Charles A., Rochester, Minn. Harvester 

Joslyn, Elias P., Brockport, N. Y. Thill-coupling 

Josselj^n, Henry S., Newton. Mass. Flier for speeders 

•Tossenind, Peter, Hockley, Tex. Valve-gear for engines 

Jonrbert, Edward, and .T. H. White, Glens Falls, N. Y. Buckboard 

Jourilan, Lafayette. (See Swinehart and Jourdan.) 

Jov6, .Tuan V., Barcelona, Spain. Duplex whistle for steam-boilers 

Joy, Tliaddeus C, Titusville, Pa. Steam-radiator 

Joy, Thaddeus C, Titusville, Pa. Steam-generator 

Joyce, .Joseph L. (See Whittlesey, Charles E., assignor.) 

Joyce, Thomas. (See Hadlcy and .Toyce.) 

.Judd, Albert D., New Haven, Conn. Picture-nail. (Reissue) 

.Tudd, Charles B. (See Gates and Potter, assignors.) 

Judd, (Charles B., et al. (.See Gates. George W., as.signor.) 

Judd Sc Co., H. L. (See Shaw, Ai B.. assignor.) 

Judd, Hubert L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cornice-bracket 

Judd, James L., assignor of one-half interest to H. Wiard, Syracuse, N. Y. Plow 

Judd, John R., New York, N. Y. Exercising-machino 

Judson, Roswell S., Malteawan, N. Y. Sweat-scraper 

Jndson, William E., Cleveland, Ohio. Crucible and cupel tongs 

Judson, William E., Cleveland, Ohio. As.sa3'-fumaco 

.Tuelfs, Albert, Dixon, III. Windmill 

.Tuengst, George, New York, N. Y. Sewing-machine 

Juhl, Ernst, Hamburg, Germany. Lock 

•Tulian. Metier L., Mount Pleasant, Iowa. Washing-machine 

June, Solomon, assignor of one-third interest to S. G-. Elliott, Ithaca, N. Y. Straining-cover 
for milk-nails 

June, Solomon, assignor of one-half interest to A. B. Dale, Ithaca, N. Y. Horse-detacher. . 

•Tanghann, Otto. (See Althans, Junghann, and Ulsmann.) 

Jnnkin, .Tames H., a.ssignor of one-half interest to W. C. and W. .1. Hej-ser, Jackson, Mich. 
Coin-separator 

.Tiirisch. Konrad W., and J. II. Lewis, Widnes, England, W. R. Proell andC. J. Scharow.sky 
l>re.sden. Saxony. Compovmd engine 

Juri.sch. Konrad ■\V., .1. H. Lewis, Widnes, England, W. R. Proell and C. J. Scharowsky, 
Dresden, Saxony. Injector-engine 

.Tusti, Henry D., Philadelphia, Pa. Dental plugger 

.Tnvet & Co. (See Arkell and Richmond, assignors.) 

Kabus. Robert. New York, N. Y. Eyeglasses 

Kacer, Martin 'V., St. Louis, Mo. Bottle-wrapper 

Kaemp, Reinhold. (.See Nagel and Kaemp.) 

Kahle, ^Manuel W.. assignor to M. .1. Kahle, Duke Centre, Pa. Combined calipers and scriber. . 

Kahle, Manuel W.,assignortoM..T.Kahle,DukeCentre,Pa. Calipers and centering device.. 

Kahle, Martlia.T. (See Kahle, Manuel W.. assignor.) 

Kahler, Conrad, Chicago, III., assignor to F. B. Williams, Philadelphia, Pa. Delivery ap- 
paratus for printing-macliines 

Kahler, Heurv, Philadelphia, Pa. Distributing-caster 

Kahly, Peter S. (.See '\Valton, William R.. assignor.) 

Kahn, Lazard. (See Holliday, Gcorgo H., assignor.) 

Kahn, Lazard, Cincinnati, Ohio. Cooking-stove 



No. 



i22.'5,391 
235.949 



228,!;oa 

220,750 
231,580 
224,018 
224,439 

235,877 

231,913 



233,252 



233,419 
233,253 
232,180 



235,878 

224,697 

231,429 

232,970 
230,037 

230,875 
231,172 

225,141 
235,153 

235,302 
229,138 
232,725 

224,292 
231,327 
229,421 
233,935 
223,269 
230,284 
220,452 
227,015 
229,708 
223,920 

227,539 
231,722 
233,024 



9,440 



232,044 
231,810 
231,431 
227,302 
2.32,977 
230,037 
227, .540 
228,820 
22.3,739 
229,711 

224,099 
230,28.'') 



229,712 

220,405 

233,354 
224,505 

234,. Wl 
234,582 

230,420 
230,421 



225,142 
225,143 



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Mar. 9 
Dec. 28 



.Tunc 15 
Apr. 20 
Aug. 24 
Feb. 3 
Feb. 10 
Dec. 28 

Sept. 7 



Oct. 12 



Oct. 19 
Oct. 12 
Sept. 14 



Dec. 28 

Feb. 17 

Aug. 24 

Oct. 5 
Aug. 3 

Aug. 10 
Aug. 17 

Mar. 2 
Dec. 7 

Dec. 14 
.Tune 22 
Sept. 28 

Feb. 10 
Aug. 17 
Juno 29 
Nov. 2 
.Tan. 
July 20 
Apr. 13 
Apr. 27 
July 
.Tan. 27 

May 11 
Aug. 31 
Oct. 20 



Nov. 2 



Sept. 28 
Aug. 31 
Aug. 24 
May U 
Oct. 5 
Dec. 28 
May 11 
•Tunc 15 
.Tan. 20 
■Tuly G 

Feb. 17 
.Tuly 20 

July 

Apr. 13 

Oct. 19 
Feb. 17 

Nov. 10 
Nov. 16 

July 27 
July 27 



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Mar. 2 



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volume. 



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1113 



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721 

1140 

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561 
371 



1020 

839 

903 

219 
50 

335 
076 

185 
113 

375 
1192 
1010 

371 

848 

ri5i7 

124 
100 
910 
355 
1038 
225 
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520 
1304 
1040 



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924 
1412 
905 
327 
219 
1214 
520 
827 
038 
231 

840 

917 



232 

297 

709 
730 

955 
955 

1112 
1114 



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187 



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307 



250 
201 
319 
16 
155 
282 

10 



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155 
103 



282 

238 
C271 

^272 
59 
14 

97 



32 

103 
326 
280 

100 

239 

419 

34 

24 

200 

101 

288 

01 

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150 
367 
291 



94 



254 

398 

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96 

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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Al^lialeiical list of ^patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Kaiper, Charles. (See Moenkedicl;. Theodore, assignor.) 

Kaiser, Nilcolans, Grelinijen, Switzerland, assignor to Society for the Manufacture of Wood 

Pnlp al Grelingen. Method and apparatus for manufacturing paper and pasteboard 

Kaldeuherg, Frederick J. (See Davis, Abbot E., assignor.) 

Kaldenberg, Frederick J., New York, N. Y. Toilet-mirror 

Kalthoff, Casper, assignor of two-thirds interest to G. Fleischmann, Butl'alo, N. Y. Kecti- 



fying spirits . 

Kamiii. Fduard, and H. Egberts, Bremen, Germany. Fire-escape 

Kammerer, Tony, assignor of one-half interest toJ. J. Palmer, "Wayne, Mich. Land-roller.. 

K.amp, Berthold' A., Evansville, Ind. Coni-shellcr 

Kamp, J.icob C, and G. Brown, assignors to W. P. Kamp, New York, and J. Brown, East 
Hamburg, N. Y. Balinc-press 

Kamp, William P., ct al. "(See Kamp and Brown, a.ssignors.) 

Kampfe, Frederic and O. F., Now York, N. Y. Safetj--razor , 

Kampfe. Otto F. (See Kampfe, Frederic and O. F.) 

Kanavel, Lyman M., Nashville, Ohio. Pump 

Kane, Frederick L. (See Knudson and Kane.) 

Kane, .Tohn H., Pittsburg, Pa. Hydraulic engine 

Kane, .John 11. (See Knudson and Kane, assignors.) 

Kane, .Tosiah C Columbus, III. "Wagon-tire tightener 

Kane, Thomas D., New Orleans, La. Baling-press 

Kanne, "William H., Baltimore, Md. Green-corn cutter 

Kanouse, Charles O. (See Deutscb and Kanouse.) 

Kiips, Albert, et al. (See Reinhold, Franz, assignor.) 

Kasmirsky, Morris. (See Farrier, John M., assignor.) 

Kastncr, August, Newai-k, N. J. Ash-sifter 

Kato, George P., New York, and G. H. Chinnock, Brooklyn, N. Y. Lamp 

Katzeuborg, Jacob, New York, N. Y. Suspenders 

Katzenberg, Jacob, New York, N. Y. Suspenders. (Reissue) 

Katzenstei'ii, Leopold, New York, N. Y. Metallic packing for piston-rods, &c 

Kauf&nanu, .Julius, Croellwitz, near Halle-on-the-Saale, Prussia, Germany. Converting 
straw into bleached paper : 

Kaufmann, Abr.aham. (See Voos, .Johanna, assignor.) 

Kaufmann, Abraham, New York, N. Y. Satchel-clasp 

Kay, John, St. Louis, Mo. Stock-car 

Kayser, John, Kaiscrslauteru, Germany. Bobbin- winding attachment for sewing-machines . . 

Kayton, "William. (See Brown and Mayer, assignors.) 

Kazar, .John H., Boston, Mass. Elevator 

Koane, "William, assignor to S. S. Fuller, Stratford, Ontario, Canada. Tow-cleaning machine. 

Kearchcr, Charles, and S. H. Edsett, Orange, N. J. Hat-finishing machine 

Kearful, Alexander, St. Joseph, Mo. Buckle attachment for trace-clips 

Keating, Jeremiah H., Boston, assignor to himself and "W. F. Miller, Chelsea, Mass. Fold- 
ing packing-bos - 

Keating, Thomas P., and L. "\Y. Clarke, Sherman, Tex., and "W. "W. Gelatt, AVashington, 
D. C. Compressed-air water-elevator 

Keck, George F., et al. (See Miesch, John, assignor.) 

Keck, Jeremiah, et al. (See Cole, George P., assignor.) 

Keck, Philip, et al. (See Cole, George P., assignor.) 

Keeble, George, Lowell, Mass. Stop mechanism for paper feeding and cutting machines. 
(Reissue) 

Keech, Walter, assignor to G. R. "Wight, New York, N. Y. Refrigerator 

Keefer, Jacob N., and "W. A. Reynolds, ATarrensburg, 111. Coffin 

Keele, Peyton S., Pine Creek Mills, Mo. Hydraulic engine 

Keeler, Sanford, East Saginaw, Mich., assignor of one-half interest to "W. J. "Watson, Chi- 
cago, 111. Car-truck 

Keeley, Oliver B., et al. (See Fleming, John, assignor.) 

Keen,' George V., et al. (See Solter, John, assignor.) 

Keen, James M., Digby, Nova Scotia, Canada. Chum 

Keen, Walter U., Woodbiidge, Cal. Guiding-header 

Keenan, "William, assignor of one-half interest to N. B. Hooper, Brooklyn, N. Y. Fclting- 
Qachin 



Keenan, AVilUam, assignor of one-half interest to N. B. Hooper, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
machine . 



Felting- 



Keenan, William, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to himself and N. B. Hooper. Hat-pouncing 
machine. (Reissue) 

Keeniin, William, assignor of one-half interest to N. B. Hooper, Brooklyn, N. Y. Hat- 
pouncing machine 

Keenan, William. Toronto. Ontario, Canada. Binder for the filing and protection of papers. 

Keeno, George, Chicago, 111. Spring-hinge 

Koeue, George A., assignor of one-half interest to C. Healey, Lynn, Mass. Combined meas- 
ure and f uunel 

Keene, Samuel D., Providence, R. I., assignor to A. Hammond, Willimantic, Conn. Clean- 
ing an.l opening .spinners' staples 

Kceney, Fielding H., assignor of one-third interest to D. Mayhew, Newport, Ky. Hatch- 
way-gate 

Keetiiler, Daniel, Mount Orab, Ohio. Car-coupling 

Kehr, Cyrus, assignor of one-half interest to W. F. Eastman and D. J. Jenne, Sterling, 111. 
Postal-card 

Keiper, John F.. assignor to J. W. Keiper, Leavenworth, Kans. Device for hitching horses. . 

Keipcr, John W. (See Keii)£r, John F., assignor.) 

Keiran, Michael E., Boston, Mass. Leg-rest and I'eclining-chair 

Keirkner, August N., Motala, Sweden. Rail-sanding apparatus for locomotives 

Keiser, Floreuz, assignor of ouc-lmlf interest to H. G. Kulp, Pottstown, Pa. Car-axle box . . 

Keiser, Florenz, assignor of one-half interest to H. G. Kulp, Pottstown, Pa. Car-axle box.. 

Keisling, Samuel, and T. N. Babb. Monroe, Tenn. Spinning-machine 

Keiter, George 0., assignor to S. Keiter, Spring City, Pa. Meat and vegetable cutter 

Kciter, Susanna. (See Keiter, George 0., assignor.) 

Keith, Horace M., Commerce, assignor of one-half interest to J. P. Harger, Pontiac, Mich. 
Vehicle-Sfiring 

Keith, .Jeremiah, Providence, R. I. Sowing-machine 

Keith, Nathaniel S., New York, N. Y. Regulator for electric lamps 

Keith, Nathaniel S., New York, N. Y. D.^Tiamo-electrical machine 

Keith, Nathaniel S., assignor to Fuller Electrical Company, New York, N. Y. Commuta- 
tor for magneto-electric machines 

Keith, Thomas, and A. Philp, New York, N. Y. Hand-.stamp 



No. 



223,918 

229,828 

231,328 
235,252 
222,354 

228,078 



224,920 

228,904 

234,583 

225,014 

223,518 
229,892 
235,253 



235,089 

223,923 

229,141 

9,435 

228,200 

229,254 

226,174 
233,936 
220,322 

229,142 
227,261 
234,783 
234,784 

233,355 

223,925 



9,202 
233,772 
233,350 
235,254 

220,324 



228,640 
228,200 

223,357 

223,358 

9.125 

226,323 
230,135 
231,053 

225,755 

229,250 

2-23,519 
234,111 

229,893 
233,421 

234,041 
223,231 
231,814 
231,815 
224,700 
230,038 



228,300 
233,020 

227,204 
228,703 

229,255 
232,727 



Date. 



Jan. 27 

July 13 

Aug. 17 
Dec. 7 
Sept. 21 
May 25 

Feb. 24 

Juno 15 

Nov. 16 

Mar. 10 

Jan. 13 
July 13 
Dec. 7 



Dec. 7 
Jan. 27 
June 22 
Oct. 26 
June 1 

Juno 29 

Apr. 
Nov. 2 
Apr. 6 

Juno 22 
May 4 
Nov. 23 
Nov. 23 

Oct. 19 

Jan. 27 



June 22 
Oct. 20 
Oct. 19 
Dec. 7 

Apr. 6 



June 8 
June 1 



Jan. 
Jan. 



Mar. 23 

Apr. 6 
July 20 
Aug. 10 

Mar. 23 

June 29 

.Jan. 13 
Nov. 2 

July 13 
Oct. 19 

Nov. 2 
Jan. 6 
Aug. 31 
Aug. 31 
Feb. 17 
Dec. 28 



June 1 
Oct. 26 
May 4 
June 15 

June 29 
Sept. 28 



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volume. 






872 

379 

849 

227 

585 

1103 

1114 

919 

9S6 

748 

382 
449 
229 



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880 

1194 

1288 

44 

1317 

31 
125 
196 

1195 

201 

1200 

1202 

711 

882 



1279 

1208 

711 

229 

198 



588 
121 

172 

173 

1096 

197 
740 
527 

928 

1319 

383 
339 

449 
793 

208 

28 

1418 

1419 

841 
1215 

225 

1049 

203 

751 



232 
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319 

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234 
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360 

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327 

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335 
194 

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58 



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35 

45 

45 

312 

58 
207 
148 

268 

363 

102 
93 

124 
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Alpliahetieal list of jpatentees — Continued. 



Ill 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Keizer, Louis K. (See Painter, WUliam, assignor.) 

Kclcli, Minnie, Boston, Mass. Hand-telepbonc support 

Keller, Gottlieb. (See Shock and Keller.) 

Keller, Jacob, Jr., Kapervillo, HI. Clothes-pounder 

Keller, Jacob, Jr.. Naperville, 111. Hook for catching animals and fowls 

Keller, .Tohn J. (See Salatho Fritz, assignor.) 

Keller, Moses A., Erockport. N. T. Grain-binder 

Keller, Moses A., assignor of one-half interest to W. J. Englebeck, Fremont, Ohio. Grain 

gleaner and binder 

Keller, Peter, Chicaso, 111. Gas-regulator 

Keller, William F. ISeo Berkey and Keller.) 
Kelley, Clarence E. (See Frankle and Kelley.) 

Kclley, Fergus, Ansonia, Conn. Suspender-buckle 

Kelley, John C. (See Westlake, Eeuben M., assignor.) 

Kelley, Samuel D., Someryillo. Mass. Door-check 

Kelley, William, Baltimore, Md. Locomotive bead-light 

Kelley, William S. (See White and Kelley.) 

Kellogg, Ansel N. (See Blakely, Charles F., assignor.) 

Kellogg, Ansel N.. Chicago, 111. Game apparatus 

Kellogg, Charles G., Brooklyn, N. T. Steam canal-boat 

Kellogg, Charles H., North .^jnberst, Mass., assignor of one-half interest to Noble Brothers, 

New Milford, Conn. Mechanism for forming wire staples and securing them in paper 

Kellogg, Charles L., Gasport, N. T. Plaiting attachment for sewing-machines 

Kellogg, Dan W., and W. A. Kirby, Auburn, N. T. Steam-boiler 

Kellogg, Frank J., Flint, Mich. Apparatus for drafting patterns 

Kellogg, Henry, New Haven, Conn. Metal-rolling machine. (Reissue) 

Kellogg, Joseph A. (See Schaurer, George P., assignor.) 

Kellogg, Levi M., San Francisco, Cal. Ore-concentrator 

Kellogg, L. S. (See Crane, Thomas, assignor.) 

Kellogg, Milo G.. Hyde Park, 111. Flectric-light regulator 

Kellogg, Salvin F., Adrian. Mich. Car-heater 

Kellogg, Smith M., and E. T. Sheldon, Omro, Wis. Portable soda-fountain 

Kellogg, WiUiam P., ct al. (See Sweet, Miles, assignor.) 

Kells," Charles E.. Jr.. New (jrleans. La. Adjustable bracket 

Kells. Edward. Cleveland, Ohio. Hydrocarbon-oil burner 

Kells, Philip H., Adrian, Mich. Tile and brick machine 

Kelly, Alexander. (See Seagravc, George, assignor.) 
Kelly, Edward. (See Fielder and Kelly.) 

Kelly, George, Chicago, 111. Steam-bSiler 

Kelly, George B., Boston, Mass., assignor to Mechanical Orguiuctte Company, New York, 

' N.T. Manufacturing perforated sheets for mechanical musical instruments 

Kelly. George B., Boston, Jrass., assignor to Mechanical Orgninette Company, New York, 

N.Y. Apparatus for cutting pattern plates to be used In the manufacture of perforated 

music-sheets 

Kelly & Hughes. (See Sullivan and Christofforson, assignors.) 

Kelly, .Tames D., Pittsburg, Pa. Construction of posts and columns 

Kelly, James F., Virginia City, Nev. Car-wheel 

Kelly, John, assignor to himself and A. T. Beedle, Troy, Ohio. Wheel-scriiper for corn- 
nters 



plant 



Kelly, John T., et al. (See Blake, George W., assignor.) 

Kelly, Michael, New York, N. Y. Atmospheric propeller 

Kelly, Patrick, San Francisco, Cal. Boot and shoe 

Kelly, Thomas A . , Wood's Bluff, Ala. Pack-saddle 

Kelly, Thomas K. (See Parks, Lyman B., assignor.) 

Kelly, William, Saranac, Mich. Harrow-tooth 

Kelsey, George P., West Haven, Conn. Saspender-buckle 

Kelsey. George K., West Haven. Conn. Buckle-loop 

Kelsii James P., assignor of one-half interest to J. Hickey, Morgantown, Ind. 
gate. 



Automatic 



Kemon, Solon C, et al. (See DaiTell, Armistead M., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Kemp.ster. Daniel E., Boston, Mass. Spring shade-roller 

Kendall, Edward G.. Boston, Mass. Self-closing hatchway-guard 

Kendall, Frank M. C. (See Flora, Orlando V.. assignor.) (Reissue.) 
Kendall, George H. (See Taylor, Charles, assignor.) 

Kendall, George W.. St. Albans, Vt. Plaiting-machine 

Kendall, Joseph B., Findlay. Ohio. Carriage-curtain fastening 

Kendall, Orson B., Buffalo," N. Y., assignor to International EaUway Supply Company, 

Montreal, Canada. Steam railwa;v -brake 

Kendel, Adolphus C, Cleveland, Ohio. Smoke-bell 



Kcndrick, Andrew W. and C. T., Brooklyn, N. Y. Folding cabinet -bedstead 

Kendrick, Charles T. (See Kcndrick, Andrew W. and C. T.) 

Kendrick, Frank B.. Lebanon. N. H. Watch-key 

Kcndrick, Thomas F. (See Shea, Mortimer, assignor.) 

Kencrson. Virgil D. P., assignor to C. H. Morgan, Worcester, Mass. Wire-drawing 

Kcnerson, Wallace, Cleveland. Ohio. Wire finishins and straightening machine 

Kenna. .To.seph W.. assignor of one-half interest to R. A. Hitchcock, Chicago, 111. Child's 

chair and carriage 

Kennan. Sidney T.^ Menasha, AVis. Felly-sawing machine 

Kennard. Charles E., Boston, Slass., assignor to Mousam Manufacturing Company, Kenne- 

bunk. Me. Machine for molding heel-stiffencrs for boots and shoes 

Kennedy. Charles. Fredericksburg, Va. Storage oil-tank 

Kennedy. Edward S. T. (Sec Hazelton, Milton W.. assignor.) 

Kennedy, Hosea, Harlansbnrg, Pa. Machine for baling bran. &c 

Kennedy, .Tames T., a.ssignor of one-half to L. V. Fogleman, Petersburg, Tenn. Plow 

Kennedy, .Tohn, Attleborough. Mass. Button and stud 

Kennedy. .Tohn A., London, Ohio. Portable grain and hay feed-rack 

Kennedy, .Tohn H.. Cleveland, Ohio. Combined hydrant and street- washer 

Kennedy, Martin, Chicago, 111. Gas-cleaning apparatus 

Kennedy, Matthew. Boston. Mass. Device for forming sheet-metal pans 

Kennedy. Samuel V. (See Tiesini; and Kennedy.) 

Kennedy. Thomas C West Troy.'N. Y. Stove-bottom 

Kenny, Daniel J., Cincinnati, Ohio. Pcrmntation-lock 



No. 



231,329 

225,392 
235,154 

230,705 

231,914 

228,07'J 



223,359 Jan 



230,422 
234,410 



230,947 
229,000 

225,933 
234,677 
235,684 
235,776 
9,385 

231,330 

229,536 
226.862 
232,187 

228,645 
231,674 
229,143 



234,986 
223,675 

223,676 

232,274 
226,453 

228,080 

231,812 
229,144 
232,729 

231,816 
224,189 
227,541 

226,522 

224,596 
234,042 



229,423 
227,262 

224,293 
231,587 

225,393 

231,173 

224,829 
226,175 

224,923 
226,803 

227,113 

234,078 

226 .523 
234!9r5 
235,634 
226,757 
228,764 
228,705 
224,922 

232,040 
229,829 



Date. 



Aug. 17 

Mar. 9 
Dec. 7 

Aug. 3 

Sept. 7 
May 25 



July 27 
Nov. 16 



Ann-. 10 
June 22 

Mar. 30 
Nov. 23 
Dec. 21 
Dec. 21 
Sept. 21 

Aug. 17 

Jirly 
Apr. 27 
Sept. 14 

Juno 8 
Aug. 31 
Juno 22 



Nov. 30 
J.in. 20 

J.au. 20 

Sept. 14 
Apr. 13 

May 25 

Aug. 31 
June 22 
Sept. 28 

Aug. 31 
Feb. 3 
May 11 

Apr. 13 

Feb. 17 
Nov. 2 

June 29 
May 4 

Feb. 10 
Aug. 24 

Mar. 9 

Aug. 17 

Feb. 24 
Apr. 

Feb. 24 
Apr. 27 

May 4 
Nov. 23 

Ai)r. 13 
Nov. 30 
Dee. 21 
Apr. 20 
June 15 
.Tunc 15 
Feb. 24 

Sept. 7 
July 13 



Monthly 
volume. 



850 



485 
114 



126 



42 
1165 



174 



1115 
731 



410 
1045 

1140 

1080 
767 
877 
855 

851 

34 

854 
372 

587 
1247 
1197 



1458 



576 

477 
356 

1166 

1414 
1198 
1019 

1420 
250 
521 

444 

732 

269 



1519 
202 

371 
1141 

485 



1015 
32 

1118 
855 

24 
1082 

440 
1.371 
714 
722 
7.'»5 
750 
1117 

196 
380 



2.39 

141 
32 

37,38 

10 
332 



46 



313 

197 



118 

285 

324 
290 
218 
245 
237 

239 

9,10 
237 
103 

155 
351 

328 



392 



155 

133 

102 

332 

398 
328 
281 

399 

73 

151 

124 

207 
73 



419 
59 

106 

319 

C141 

il42 



191 



319 
237 



291 

125 
369 
203 
201 
207 
203 
319 

54 
105 



Official 

Gazette. 



17 



18 
17 

17 

18 
18 
18 
18 

18 

18 
17 

18 

17 
18 
17 



I- 



18 



398 



550 
1300 



267 



531 

1198 



32 



204 
1125 



321 

1411 

094 
1189 
1424 
1442 

681 

398 

13 
921 
593 

1327 

475 

1434 



1258 
120 

120 



18 
17 


612 
818 


17 


1198 


18 
17 
18 


501 

1434 

715 


18 
17 
17 


502 
244 

1075 


17 


832 


17 

18 


354 
1030 


17 
17 


1486 
1011 


17 
18 


285 
451 



550 



370 



17 


416 


17 


752 


17 


433 


17 


921 


17 


982 


18 


1189 


17 


832 


18 


1243 


18 


1415 


17 


888 


17 


1.362 


17 


1362 


17 


433 


18 


5.57 


18 


73 



112 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphaheiical list of patentees — Continued. 



Kame, rcaidenco, and invention. 



Kent, Annie E., ct al. (See Owen, William S., assignor.) 

Kent, Daniel H. (See Pyle, George C, assignor.) 

Kent Furniture Manufacturing Company. (See Eansom, Loomis E., assignor.) 

Kent, Gabriel, "Williamsport, Pa. Whisk-broom holder 

Kent, Henry JR. (See Smith, Walton D., assignor.) 

Kent, James M., Montpelier, Vt. I'Yuit-gatherer 

Kent, James W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Machine for cutting paper 

Kent, Milton A. (See Mead, Albert G., assignor.) 

Kenworthy, John K., Richmond, Ind. Cash-register 

Ken worthy, William, assignor to himself and R. E. Brown, Brooklyn, K. Y. Tap 

Ken yon, James P., Brooklyn, N. Y. Hydrant 

Kenyon, John, assignor to himself, J. Gr. Hxibbard, Buffalo, T. Isbister and F. S. Upton, 
Rochester, and J. H. Isbister, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Hose-coupling 

Kenyon, John W., Manchester, England. Steam-engine recorder 

Kenyon, Richard W., et al. (See Riley, Wilson, assignor.) 

Kenyon, Wiley, Crawfordsville, Ind., assignor to G. B. Maynadier. Photographic head- 
rest. (Reissue) 

Kepner, George W., Quincy, Minn. Mop-holder for scrubbing-pails 

Kerfoot, JBarrett W., Dayton, Ohio. Window-cornice 

Kern, Frank. (See Bowman, Harriet F., assignor.) 

Kern, Henry. (See Thompson, Henry, assignor.) 

Kern, Isaac R., Kansas City, Mo. Steam-boiler 

Kei-nochan, John A., Pittsfield, Mass. Screw and bolt lock , 

Kerosene Lamp Heater Company. (See Billings, William B., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Kerper, George B. (See Bovey, George C, assignor.) 

Kerr, Archibald H., assignor oi: one-half interest to W. H. Kittrell, Midway, Tex. Compo- 
sition for whitewash , 

Kerr, Christopher C, Springfield, Mo. Curtain-fixture 

Kerr, Joseph B. (See Lawrence and Kerr.) 

Kerstetter, James, and J. Fagley, Kribbs Farm, Pa. Ball-trap , 

Kesler, William H. H., Baltimore, Md. Sash-cord guide 

Kesselmire, Charles F. (See Smith, Jacob A., assignor.) 
• Kessler, Jacob. (See Sullivan, Kessler, and Foster.) 

Kessler, Joseph, Florence, Ala. Lemon-squeezer 

Kessler, Peter, Butler, Md. Plow 

Kessler, Samuel. (See Pfleager, Justus, assignor.) 

Ketcham, Israel V., Brooklyn, N. Y. Measuring milk-pail ; 

Ketchledge, James T., assignor of one-half interest to E. P. Robinson, Dayton, Ohio. Com- 
bined track gase and level 

Ketten, Henry, Paris, France, assignor to Chickering & Sons, Boston, Mass. Piano-forte 
action 



Keuflel & Esser. (See Leistner, Carl E. and H. H., assignors.) 

Key, Erasmus H., Mayfield, Ky. Bee-hive 

Key, Talbot C, White Sulphur Springs, Ga. Portable hay and cotton press : 

Keyes, Benjamin B., Chelsea, assignor of one-half interest to J. S. Potter, Newton, Mass. ? 

Elevator 3 

Key worth, Charles, Salisbury, Conn. Treating bone to imitate stag-horn 

Keyworth, Charles, Salisbury, Conn. Carving implement 

Kidd, George W., New York, N. Y. Process and apparatus for distilling alcohol 

Kidd, James. (See L^vesey and Kidd.) 
Kidd, Joshua. (See Livesey and Kidd.) 

Kidder, George R., Armada, Mich. Door-hanger 

Kidder, Kirk, and P. S. Jenkins, New Liberty, Ky. ; said Jenkins assignor to said Kidder. 

Bee-hive , 



Kidder, Moses W., Lincoln, Mass. Process of and apparatus for manufacturing gas 

Kidder, Wellington P., Boston, Mass. Chromatic-printing machine 

Kidney, Nelson, Dunkirk, Ohio. Door-check 

Kidney, Nelson, Dunkirk, assignor of one -half to E. H. Cook, Forest, Ohio. Ice-cream 
freezer. 



Kidnocker, Morris, assignor of one-half to J. R. Turner, Muncie, Ind. Feeder for com- 

shellers, &c 

Kiefer, John, Hamilton, Ohio. Hoe 

Kiefier, Francis A., et al. (See S6billot, Am6d6e G., assignor.) 

Kiesele, John A., New York, N. Y. Candle-holder for Christmas-trees 

Kieser, Charles, assignor to S. G. B. Cook, Baltimore, Md. Meat-cutter 

Kilboum, Beecher, West Winfield, N. Y. Stove-pipe shelf 

Kiley, James, Detroit, Mich. Grain-car door 

Killam, Charles W. (See Whitney and Killam.) 

Killefer, John, Bloomingdalo, Mich. Machine for uniting plow shares and points 

Killoran, William, Cohoes, N. Y. Lamp-torch 

Kilmer, Daniel A., Howe's Cave, N. Y. Bale-tie 

Kilmer, Daniel A., Howe's Cave, N. Y. Bale-tie 

Kilmer, Daniel A., Howe's Cavo, N. Y. Wire-twister 



Kilmer, Diniel A., Howe's Cave, N. Y. Wire-twisting machine . 



Kilmer, Irving A., Niskayuna, N. Y. Wire-bending machine 

Kilmer, Irving A., Niskayuna, N. Y. Wire-bending machine 

Kilroy, Peter, and J. A. Flicki Boston, Mass. Boiler-furnace 

Kiltz, Henry A ., Kalamazoo. Mich. Spring-tooth harrow 

Kimball, Alonzo H. and C. E., Littleton, Mass. Road scraper and grader 

Kimball, Benjamin P., Elmore, Ohio. Motor 

Kimball, Charles H. (See Kimball, Alonzo H. and C. H.) 
Kimball, Frank R. (Sec Soule, Charles W., assignor.) 

Kimball, Frank R., Boston, Mass. Lamp 

Kimball, Hiram A., assignor of one-half interest to A. Miller, Philadelphia, Pa. Saw-file. .. 

Kimball, James P., Bethlehem, Pa. Lining for furnaces, &o 

Kimball, Peiley L., Bellows Falls, Vt., and .J. B. Williams, Glastonbury, Conn., assignors 

to Vermont Farm Machine Company, Bellows Falls, Vt. Milk-cooler 

Kimball, William H., Burlinccton, N. j. Flexible shafting 

Kimbell, Thomas W., New York, N. Y. Latch 

Kimber, Abraham, Indianapolis, Ind. Car-coupling. (Reissue) 



No. 



234,289 

a33,771 
231,813 

230,022 
224,921 
225,934 

235 777 

232,978 



9,451 
227,263 
226,406 



233,102 

231,588 



220,753 
231,817 

232,728 
233,254 



223,360 
223,361 

231,811 

227,791 

224,091 

223,924 
224,924 

220,077 

229,145 
232,045 
227,018 

230,785 

227,979 
236,039 

224,440 
224,092 

236,040 

234,292 
230,552 

227,693 
232,275 
231,915 

227,265 

220,326 
224,830 
228,048 
228,649 
228,905 

230,553 

235,538 
235,781 
235,779 
231,175 
231,589 
235,860 



224,441 
229,616 
227,542 

229,830 

235,780 

2.32,509 

9,214 



Date. 



Nov. 9 

Oct. 26 
Aug. 31 

July 13 
FelJ. 24 
Mar. 30 

Dec. 21 
Oct. 5 



Nov. 9 
May 4 
Apr. 13 



Oct. 12 
Aug. 24 



Apr. 20 
Aug. 31 

Sept. 23 
Oct. 12 



Jan. 
Jan. 



Aug. 31 
May 18 
Feb. 3 



Jan. 
Feb. 



Mar. 30 

June 22 
Sept. 28 
Apr. 27 

Aug. 3 

May 25 
Dec. 28 

Feb. 10 
Feb. 3 

Dec. 28 

Nov. 9 
July 27 

May 18 
Sept. 14 
Sept. 7 
May 4 

Apr. 6 
Feb. 24 
June 8 
June 8 
Juno 15 

July 27 

Dec. 14 
Dec. 21 
Dec. 21 
Aug. 17 
Aug. 24 
Dec. 28 



Feb. 10 
July C 
May 11 

July 13 
Dec. 21 
Sept. 21 
May 25 



Monthly 
volume. 






569 

1207 
1416 

595 
1116 
1141 

878 
220 



673 
203 
299 



384 
1142 



722 
1421 

1018 
563 



175 
175 

1413 

817 

144 

881 
1119 

1315 

1199 

925 

1044 



215 

1055 
1217 

540 
145 

1219 

572 
1260 

703 

478 

43 

205 

200 
1015 
589 
590 
920 

1260 

595 
882 
880 
679 
1143 
1023 



543 
123 
522 

381 

881 

772 

1258 



155 

335 
399 

165 
319 
324 

245 
59 



183 
59 
86 



105 
319 



400 



280 
150 



46 
46 

398 

231 

40 

234 
320 
f370 
)371 
328 
254 
290 

02 

300 
C335 
J 330 
C155 
)156 
41 

330 

156 
355 

199 

133 

10 

60 

59 
287 
157 
157 
250 
(355 
)35G 
170 
246 
245 
191 
320 
283 



156 

33 

151 

105 
246 
213 
356 



Official 
Gazette. 



18 

18 
18 

18 
17 
17 

18 
18 



18 
18 



17 
18 



18 
18 



17 
17 

18 

17 

17 

17 
17 

1 17 

17 

18 
17 

18 

17 

J 18 

1 17 
17 

18 



to 



1090 

964 
501 

106 
432 
694 



18 1090 
18 228 



17 
18 

18 
17 

17 
17 
17 
17 
17 

[18 

13 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 



17 

18 
17 

18 72 

18 1443 

18 666 

17 1213 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 



113 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Kame, residence, and invention. 



Ko. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 






Official 
Gazette. 



o 



Matrix-forming machine . 



Kimberly. Robert L., Philadelphia, Pa, 

Kimble, Samuel, Jr., Manhiittan, Kans. Force-pump 

Kimble, William, Coatesville, Pa. Carriage-curtaiQ fastening 

Kimbley, Frank E. (See Thomas and Kimbley.) 

Kincaniion. Frank L. (See Kincannon, James and F. L.) 

Kincannon, James and F. L., Verona, Miss. Wheelbarrow .- 

Kindt, Gustaf F., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Bolt mechanism for locking ranges of cells. 

Kinehan, Charles R., Springfield, 111. D(?rfce for adjusting balance-springs of watches 

King. Alexander. (See "Weatherford, Peny E., assignor.)" 

King, Annie L. B. (See King, John F. H., assignor.) 

King, Charles A., assignor to Charles Parker Company, Meriden, Conn. Fastening for fore- 
end stocks 

King, De Witt C. (See Lamson and King.) 

King, George D., Oswego, iS". T. Manufacturiug paper-pulp from wood 

King, George W., Bloomfield, K. J. Ironing-board 

King, George "\V., Georgetown, assignor to himself and Z. M. P. King, Washington, D. 0. 
Spring draft-tug - 

King, George W., assignor of two-thirds to W. W. Stinchcomb and J. J. Lightfoot, George- 
town, D. C. Tank for the storaM of petroleum 

King. Harold. (See Brittain and King.) 

King. Henry F., Bellows Falls, Tt. Slilk-setting app.aratus 

King, Henry W, (See Smith and King.) 

King, Herm' A., assignor of one-half to 0. J. Foster, Salem, Wis. Cider-press 

King, Hezekiah 0., Greenville, S. C. Baling-press 

King, Hiram T., Rochester, N. T. Culin.ary steamer 

King, .lames M,, Walnut Station, Minn. Cockle-mill 

King, John F., AVashington, D. C. Bottle-stopper 

King. John F., Washington, D, C. Pad for bottle-stoppers 

King, .John F, H., Port Richmond, N. Y. Fire-escape ladder 

King, .John F, H.. assignor to A, L. B. King, Port Richmond, N. T. Fire-escape ladder. . . 

King, John S. (See Sprague, Pearle.y J., assignor.) 

King, Josias R., St; Paul, Minn. Calendar 

King. Josias E., St. Paul, Minn. Calendar-inkstand 

Kingi .Julia A.. Sherman, Tex. Cough-medicine 

King, .Tustns W., and H. N. Drake, independence, Iowa. Steam-gener.ator 

King, Laurin L., Chicago, 111. Necklace-fastening 

King, Laurin L., (Chicago, HI. Water-closet 

King. Moses, Cambridge, Mass. Binder for papers, &c 

King, Nelson, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Winchester Repeating Arms Company, 
New Haven, Conn. Magazine fire-arm. (Reissue) 

King, Norman, Sharpsburg, P.a. Roll for rolling hoop-iron and tube-skelps , 

King, 0. C. (See Flynn, William V,, assignor.) 

King, Orlando J., Chariton, Iowa. Cultivator -. 

King, Rufus J. and W. A., Dayton, Ohio. Cooking-stove 



Arms Company, New Haven, Conn. 
New Haven, Conn. 



King, Sidney B., assignor to himself, .J. S. Stygall, Jr., and E. Hurley, Bufl'alo, N. T. Ap- 
paratus for burning fuel. - 

King, Sidney D., West Pittston, Pa. Car-truck 

King, Victor A., assignor to Winchester Eepeatinj 
Machine for heading cartridge-shells 

King, Victor A., assignor to Winchester Repeating Arms Company, 
Cartridge implement 

King, Walter A. (See King, Rufus J. and W. A.) 

King, William T., Wellbom's Mills, Ga. Cotton .and other seed planter 

King, Zebulon M. P. (See King, George W., assignor.) 

Kingon, James, et al. (See S6billot, Amed6e G., .issignor.) 

Kingsland, Ferguson & Co. (See Reeder, William S., assignor.) 

Kingsland, .Joseph, Jr., Franklin, >>. J. Printer's chase 

Kingsland. Philip, Kildare, Wis. Apparatus for preserving beer, &c 

Kingsland, Samuel, Sioux City, Iowa, Apparatus for preventing horses from running away 
or kicking 

Kingsley, .John F., wego, N. T. Oscillating engine 

Kingston, Frank, (Jreenwich, England. Slip-link for coupling-chains 

Kingston, .John C. (See Lyons, Joel, as.signor.) 

Kinhart, John, Athens, HI, Machine for shearing metal 

Kinne, Erastus M., Cuba, N. T. Cockeye 

Kinney, Cjtus, Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Bench-plane gage 

Kinney, Cyrus, Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Marking .and slitting gage 

Kinney, Francis S, (See De Susioi-Ruiseco and de Castel-Angeli, .Joseph, assignor.) 

Kinney, Geor«;e, et al. (See Barkheimer, Joseph, assignor.) 

Kinney, Israel, Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Pistol-rest 

Kinney, Israel, Windsor, Ontario, C.anada. Calipers and dividers 

Kinney, Israel, assignor to himself and C. W. Pole, Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Pistol-rest. . 

Kinseil. Dewitt C, Mount Ayr, Iowa. Farm-gate 

Kinsey, .Joseph. (See Boyer and Kinsey.) 

Kinsey. Joseph. (See Meehan and Kinsey.) 

Kintz,' .Joseph, as.signor to himself and P. .J. Clark, West Meriden, Conn. Extension-chan- 
delier 



Kintz, .loseph, assignor to himself and P. .1. Clark, West Meriden, Conn. Hanging-lamp 

KIntz. .Joseph, assignor to himself and P. J. Clark, West Meriden, Conn. Lamp 

Kintz, .loseph, assignor to himself and P. .J. Clark, West Meriden, CJonn. Drop-handle... 
Kintz, .Joseph, assignor to liimself and P. J. Clark, West Meriden, Conn. Coating metal 

castings , 

Kintz, .Joseph, assignor to himself and P. J. Clark, West Meriden, Conn. Lamp-body 

Kintz, .Toseph, assignor to himself and P. J. ()lark, West Meriden, Conn. Cigar-lighting 

staud 

Kintz. Joseph, assignor to himself and P. .J. Clark, West Meriden, Conn. Coating iron 

surfaces 

Kinzer, .Jacob, Pittsburg, Pa. Seal -lock 

Kipp, Abraham, Jr., and H. Murphy, Sing Sing, N. Y. Fluid-pressure regulator 

Kirby, Elijah, assignor of one-half interest to C, Butter, Detroit, Mich. Broom 

Kirby. .Tosiah, Cincinnati. Ohio. Bung. (Rei.ssue) 

Kirby, Stephen E., New York, N. Y. Grain-shovelor 

8 PAT 



227,017 

235,782 
233,255 



226,325 
224,546 
232,276 



235,881 

225,988 
227,363 

230,554 

234,291 

226,327 

235,685 
228,361 
227,903 
234,290 
230,423 
232,188 
228,647 
235,255 

231,055 
235,778 
234,785 
225,617 
229,257 
233,864 
234,987 

9,157 
231,493 



227,543 
231,174 

225,223 
227,792 

230.638 

232,189 

231,054 



228,201 
231,432 

223,447 
224,093 
227,793 

232,829 
227,904 
228,766 
229,258 



223,926 
230,876 
225,062 
223,520 



224,442 
224,443 
221,701 
224,702 

224,925 
225,615 

227,267 

227,268 
230,023 
224,190 
229,146 
9,107 
228,081 



Apr. 27 

Dec. 21 
Oct. 12 



Apr. 6 
Feb. 17 
Sept. 14 



Dec. 28 

Mar. 30 
May 11 

July 27 

Nov. 9 

Apr. 6 

Dec. 21 
June 1 
May 25 
Nov. 9 
July 27 
Sept. 14 
June 8 
Dec. 7 

Aug. 10 
Dec. 21 
Nov. 23 
Mar. 16 
June 29 
Nov. 2 
Nov. 30 

Apr. 13 
Aug. 24 

May 11 
Aug. 17 

Mar. 9 

May 18 

Aug. 3 
Sept. 14 
Ang. 10 



June 1 
Aug. 24 

Jan. 13 
Feb. 3 

May 18 

Oct. 5 
May 25 
June 15 
June 29 



Jan. 27 
Aug. 10 
Mar. 2 
Jan. 13 



Feb. 10 

Feb. 10 

Feb. 17 

Feb. 17 

Feb. 24 

Mar. 16 

May 4 

May 4 

July 13 

Feb. 3 
June 22 

Mar. 2 

May 25 



1039 

882 
563 



199 
665 

479 



1024 

1212 
327 

1262 

570 

200 

771 
226 
961 
569 
1115 
373 
588 
230 

529 
879 

1202 
751 

1320 
46 

1459 

522 
1032 

523 

678 

285 

818 

51 
374 

528 



45 
967 

294 
146 

819 

43 
963 

758 
1320 



884 
337 
102 
384 



544 
545 

842 
842 

1120 
749 

206 

207 
597 
250 

1200 
256 

1167 



C289 

i290 

246 

156 



59 
190 
133 



283 

343 

96 

350 

155 

59 

218 
64 
276 
155 
313 
104 
156 
62,63 

149 
245 



221 

303 

12 

392 

145 

289 

:i5i 

152 
191 

82 
231 

14,15 

104 

148 



14 
272 

78 

41 

232 

12 
270 
208 
364 



235 
97 

28 
102 



156 
156 
239 
240 



221 
CO 



105 
73 

328 

72 

332 



J 17 

18 
18 



17 
17 

18 



18 

17 
17 

18 

18 

17 

18 
17 
17 
18 
18 
18 
17 
18 

18 
18 
18 
17 

17 
18 
18 

17 

18 

18 

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17 

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18 

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17 
18 

17 
17 
17 

18 
17 
17 
17 



17 

18 
17 
17 



17 
17 
17 

17 

17 
17 

17 

17 
18 
17 
17 

17 
17 



950 

1443 
839 



782 
343 
612 



1475 

705 
1042 

229 

1090 

783 

1425 
1264 
1166 
1090 
204 
593 
1327 
1319 

339 
1443 
1209 

607 
1459 

995 
1258 

844 
435 

1075 
370 

518 
1131 

255 

594 

339 



1234 
424 

66 

227 

1131 

745 
1166 
1362 
1459 



180 
310 

473 

80 



312 
312 
373 
373 

433 

607 

1012 

1012 
106 
245 

1434 
501 

1198 



114 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE • 

Alphahetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, ami invention. 



Kirby, Thomas AV., Grand Haven, Micli. Construction of ships 

Kirby, "William A. (See Kellogg and Kirby.) 

Kirb'y, William A., Auburn, N. x ., assignor to himself and D. M. Osborne. Combined rake 

and reel for harvesters. (Keissue) 

Kircher, Julius, Brooklyn, assignor of three-fifths interest to B. Loewy, Now York, N. T. 

Manufacture of printing-ink 

Kircher, Julius, Brooklyn, assignor of three-fifths interest to B. LoeTvy, New York, N. Y. 

Manufacture of printing^k. (Reissue) 

Kirk, George. (See Gail, Harry S., assignor.) 

Kirk, .Tohn E., Salisbury, Mo. Hay ricking and loading device 

Kirk, Lewis, Kising San, assignor to W. T. Brown, Catoiisville, Md. Hay and straw press. 

(Reissue) 

Kirk, Matthew F., Chelsea, Mass. Shutter-fastener 

Kirk, Thomas. (See Hemenway, Bennett, and Kirk.) 

Kirkbride, David M., Dayton, assignor to W. Young, Columbus, Ohio. Plashed hedge. 

(Reissue) 

Kirkham, George B., New York, N. Y. Chuck 

Kirkham, Henry P., New York, N. Y. Elevator for loading and unloading cattle on ship- 



board . 



Kirkland, John, Menomonee, Wis. Spark-arrester 

Kirkland, W. W., et al. (See Bell, Charles S., assignor.) 

Kirkpatrick, Jacob H., assignor to Kirkpatrick & Smith, Newark, N. J. Shirt 

Kirkpatrick & Smith. (See Kirkpatrick, Jacob H., assignor.) 

Kirkpatrick, Wilbam M., et al. (See Munger, Jerome S., assignor.) 

Kirkup, Lancelot, Brooklyn, assignor to himself and A. GaUand, New York, N. Y. Bath- 
ing attachment for piers 

Kirkup, Lancelot, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Manhattan Iron and Steel Pier and Bridge 
Company. JBreakwater 

Kirkup, Lancelot, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Manhattan Iron and Steel Pier and Bridge 
Company. Pile 

Kirkwood, David, Boston, Mass. Breech-loading fire-arm 

Kirkwood, David, Boston, Mass. Breech-loading fire-arm 

Kirkwood, Joseph S., McKeesport, Pa. Lifting-jack. (Reissue) 

Kisinger, WUliam S., Dayton, assignor of one - half interest to M. Hermann, Campbell 
County, Ky. Animal-trap 

Kissam, Daniel W., assignor to Bridgeport Brass Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Wick-tube 
for lamp-burners 

Kissane, Persifer T., assignor to Aultman & Taylor Company, Mansfield, Ohio. Traction- ? 
engine i 

Kissner, Leonard. (See Ontcalt and Kissner.) 

Kistler, Willoughbay F., Chicago, HI., assignor to E. J. Beard, St. Louis, Mo. Vapor-lamp 



burner . 



Kistner, Harry U. (See Sciple, Harry M., assignor.) 

Kitchens, Seaborn, Sr., Gibson, Ga. Cotton-seed huller , 

Kitson, Richard, Lowell, Mass. Beater for cotton-openers 

Ejttell, Ferdinand A., assignor of three-fourths interest to Board of Managers of St. Paul's 
Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum and J. J. McCormick, Pittsburg, Pa. Pulley attachment. 

Kittell, Frank, Chicago, HI. Ribbing attachment for knitting-machines 

Kittrell, William H. (See Kerr, Archibald H., assignor.) 

Kitts, Willard A., Oswego, N. Y. Apparatus for drying shingles 

Kitzmiller, Edward A., Wilkins townsliip, (Pittsburg P. 0.,") Allegheny county. Pa. Wash- 
board. 



Kitzmiller, Edward A., Wilkins township, Allegheny county. Pa. Underground-telegraph 
line 

KJzer, James H., assignor of one-half interest to 1. J. Evans, Covington, Ky. Fire-place 
fender 



Kjalman, Hans N., Hyde Park, HI. Sewing-machine 

Klamer, August W., Caboka, Mo. Draft-equalizer for side reaping-machines 

Klary, Bonifacius, EssUngen, Wiirtemberg, Germany, assignor to J. Jarisch, Holyoke, 

Mass. Machine for makmg paper filtering-stones, &c 

Klatzl, John C. (See Haring, William N., assignor.) 
Kleberg, Charles G. (See Alissoff, Michael, assignor.) 

Kleckner, Jackson, Perry, Iowa. Millstone-dressing machine 



No. 



Klee, John, Dayton, Ohio. Bottle-stopper 

Klees, John. (See Wright, Clubb, Nash, andKlees.) 

Kleiber, Emilo, New Orleans, La. Bottle-fidler 

Klein, Alois J., Cincinnati, Ohio. Constructing metal safes and vaults 

Klein, Charles C. Philadelphia, Pa. Journal-bearing for shafts , 

Klein, John E., Oskaloosa, Iowa. Thill-coupling 

Kleinbergcr, Oscar, New York, N. Y. Material for suspender straps or ends , 

Kleinert, Isaac B., New York, N. Y. Ear-mnff 

Kleinhans, Jacob, New York, N. Y. Anode 

Klemm, Frank A., et al. (See Tisdel, Abner G., assignor.) 

Klemm, Frank A., assignor to himself, E. Marx, New York, N. Y., S. Wolf, Washington, 
D. C., and M. Loth, Cincinnati, Ohio. Telephone-transmitter 

Klemm, Frank A., assignor to himself, E. Marx, New York, N. Y., S. Wolf, Washington, 
D. C, and M. Loth, Cincinnati, Ohio. Induction-coil 

Kloram, Frank A., New York, N. Y. Telephone-switch 

Klemm, Frank A., assignor, by mesne assignments, to People's Telephone Company, New 
York, N. Y. Telephone-transmitter 

Klemm, William, Pittsburg, Pa. Curtain-cord tightener 

Klett, John C, New York. ^. Y. Nursery-chair 

Klett, John G., Brooklyn, N. Y. Clasp 

Kletzker, Albert J., St. Louis, Mo. Letter-filing box 

Klier, Andrew, assignor of one-half to T. Wolff, Baltimore, Md. Faucet 

Kline, Aaron K., Somerville, N. J. Car-brake 

Kline, Aaron K., Somerville, N. J. Car-brake 

Kline, Henry, assignor to B. Dennis & Co., Jackson, Mich. Shaft-coupling 

Kline, John A., Bata,via, Ohio. Music-leaf turner 

Klineline, JohnW., assignor of one-half interest to R. M. Zearing, Middletown, Pa. Stove- 
grate 



230,286 

9,240 
223,363 

9,126 
229,424 

9,350 

227,206 



9,415 
227,114 

227,544 
223,362 

225,010 



225,989 

226,663 

226,664 

233,256 

233,773 

9,065 

225,144 

226,176 
236,041 



235,439 

234,584 
229,615 

234,585 
235,882 

228,464 

223,677 

235,883 

227,545 
235,783 
236,042 

230,287 

234,917 
231,230 

236,043 
231,231 
225,224 
224,191 
225,145 
227,364 
220,610 

227,270 

227,540 
230,288 

235,035 
227,269 
233,257 
233,774 
235,090 
234,131 
234,293 
234,294 
227,980 
234,076 

225,700 



Date. 



July 20 

June 8 

Jan. 6 

Mar. 23 

June 29 

Aug. 24 
May 4 

Oct. 12 
May 4 

May 11 
Jan. 6 

Mar. 16 



Mar. 30 

Apr. 20 

Apr. 20 
Oct. 12 
Oct. 26 
Feb. 3 

Mar. 2 

Apr. 6 
Dec. 28 



Dec. 14 

Nov. 16 
July 6 

Nov. 16 
Dec. 28 

June 8 

Jan. 20 

Dec. 28 

May 11 
Dec. 21 
Dec. 28 

July 20 

Nov. 30 
Aug. 17 

Dec. 28 
Aug. 17 

Mar. 9 

Feb. 3 

Mar. 2 

May 11 

Apr. 20 

May 4 

May 11 
July 20 

Dec. 21 

May 4 

Oct. 12 

Oct. 26 

Dec. 7 

Nov. 9 

Nov. 9 

Nov. 9 

May 25 

Nov. 23 



Mai-. 23 



Monthly 
volume. 



918 

084 

177 

1096 

1520 

1197 
205 



661 
26 

523 
176 

750 



1213 

624 

625 

564 

1209 

330 

188 



35 
1220 

470 

957 
123 

957 
1025 

359 

577 

1026 

523 

883 
1222 

919 






Official 
Gazette. 



PL4 



201 
188 



749 

1223 
749 
286 
252 
189 
328 
569 



208 

525 
920 

715 

208 

566 

1211 

32 

378 

572 

574 

1056 

1079 

866 



420 

335 
60 



182 



152 
46 



221 



343 

174 

174 

156 

336 

95 

53 



9 

^336 

337 



133 

f253 

i254 

33 



254 
283 

98 

155 

284 

152 
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{247 

337 

961 



1373 {^l 



209 

337 
210 
82 
73 
53 
96 
158 



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152 
261 

203 
CO 
156 
336 
10 
103 
156 
150 
300 
200 

253 



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32 

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460 
1011 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Alphabeiical list of patentees — Continued. 



115 



Xamo, residence, audin-sention. 



Klipple, Phillip, Salt Lake City, Utah Ter. Tliill-conpling 

Klonne, August, Dortmund, Prussia. Apparatus for the purification of coal-gas 

Knahe & Co., "William. (See Praeger, Henry, assignor.) 

Knapp, Gardner. Somerville, Mass. Suspension-bracket 

Knapp, George "W., Baltimore, Md., assignor of three-foorths interest to J. C. Matthai, 

J. E. Ingram, and "W. Matthai. Slop-bucket 

Knapp, George "W., Baltimore, Md. Attaching bottoms to cylindrical metal bodies 

Knapp, George W., Baltimore, Md. Sheet-metal vessel 

Knapp, John J., Lewisburg, "\V. Va. Mower 

Knapp, John T. (See Hurd and Mosher, assignors.) 

Knapp, Oscar, Kew York, N. T. Lamp T 

Knapp, Theodore B. (See Teasdale, James M., assignor.) 
Kneeland, C. L. (See Smith, Julius G., assignor.) 
Kucppcr, H. H. (See Adel, Henry D., assignor.) 

Knetzer, James A., Sr., FUlmore, Ind. Wagon-brake 

Knight, David C Manchester, Mass. Fancet 

Knight, George P., Hicksville, Ohio. Dog for saTV-mill carriages 

Knight, (jeorgo H., assignor of one-fourth interest to A. H. "Willard, Providence, E. I. Ink- 

ing-pad . 



Knight, Henry, assignor to T. Griffiths, Liverpool, England. Manufacture of Tivhite pig- 
ments. (Eeissue) 

Knisht, Henry H. (See Peck and Knight.) 

Knight, Horatio W., New York, ST. Y. Button 

Knight, J. Lee, and S. Smith, Topeka, Kans. Adjustable wash-bowl. (Reissue) 

Knight, J. Lee, and S. Smith, Topeka, Kans. Adjustable wash-bowl. (Reissue) 

Knight, John L., New York, N. Y. Boat-detaching apparatus 

Knight, Joseph I., Mobile, Ala., assignor to himself and S. I. Knight, New York, N. Y. 
Bale-tie . 



Knight, Joseph I., MobUe, Ala., assignor to himself and S. I. Knight, New York, N. Y. 
Bale-tie 



Knight, Joshua, and H. Hilliard, Musquash Parish, New Brunswick, Canada. Holdback 
for harness 

Knight, Levi J., Manatee, Ela. Fruit-gatherer 

Knight. Margaret E., Springfield, Mass., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Eastern Paper 
Bag Company, Hartford, Conn. Paper-bag machine. (Reissue) 

Knight, Samuel I. (See Austin, James A., assignor.) 

Knight, Samuel I. (See Knight, Joseph I., assignor.) 

Knisely, Samuel P. (See Wilgns and Johnson, assignors.) 

Knobeioch, Frank, Baifalo, N. Y. Paper bos 

Kncichel, Conrad, assignor, by mesne assignment, to Rand Manufacturing Company, Balti- 
more, Md. Platform rocking-chair 

Knollin, Thomas H., Syracuse, N. Y. Key-pedal for pi.ano-fortes 

Knopp, Benjamin, Bloomville, Ohio. Post-hole auger 

Knott, Kennard, Jr., Holborn, county of Middlesex, Great Britain. Apparatus for pro- } 
ducing cold for refrigerating purposes 3 

Knowlan, Frank, New York, N. Y. Drilling-machine for Artesian and oil wells 

Knowles, Daniel M., New Bedford, Mass., assignor to J. L. Parmly, E. E. Johnson, and W. 
L. Baker. Metallic binding for oU-cloth, &c. (Eeissue) 

Knowles, Edward E., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Eastern Electric Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Middletown, Conn. Electric-light switch 

Knowles, Isaac "W., assignor to Knowles, Taylor & Knowles, East Liverpool, Ohio. Cov- 
ered jug 



Knowles, -J. Henry. (See Proctor and Knowles.) 

Knowles, Lucius J., Worcester, Mass. Shuttle-box mechanism for looms 

Knowles, Lucius J., "Worcester, Mass. Loom 

Knowles, Lucius J., Worcester, Mass. Wtre-heddle for hamessesof fancy-loom.i . 
Knowles, Taylor & Knowles. (See Knowles, Isaac W., assignor.) 
Knowles, Taylor &. Knowles. (See Taylor, John N., assignor.) 

Knowlton, Albion, Boston, Mass. Nailing-machine 



Knowlton, Albion, Boston, Mass. Nailing-machine 

Knowlton, William A. (See Barnard, William S., assignor.) 

Knox, John D. (See Graj', Thomas B., assignor.) 

Knox, John L. L., Allegheny, Pa. Grate for furnaces of steam-boilers 

Knox, John L. L., Allegheny, Pa. Corn-husking and shuck-making machine , 

Knox, Josiah M.. E vansville. Ind. Grain-scouring apparatus 

Knox, Eichard F., and J. Osbom, San Francisco, Cal. Process of and apparatus for reduc- 
ing mercury ores 

Knnbley. John W., Boston, assignor of one-half interest to F. Amory, Beverly, S. Snow, 
Cambridge, E. W. Harmon, Haverhill, and 0. J. Noble, Melrose, Mass. Flat wick-tube. - . 

Knudson, Adolphus A., and F. L. Kane; said Kane assignor to J. E. Kane, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Insulating compound 

Knudson, Adolphus A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Lightning-guard for oil-tanks 

Kniidson, Hans, assignor to himself and H. S. Grinde, De Forest, Wis. Dynamometrical 
engine-governor 

Knneppel, Herman, St. Louis, Mo. Window-sash 

Knnth, John E., New York, N. Y. Dumping-scow 

Koch, August W.. Covington, Ky. Desk 

Koch, Sons &. Co. (See Hafely, .Alfred C, assignor.) 

Koch, Sons <fc Co. (See Vorpahl and Pohl, assignors.) 

Koch, "Victor. (See Moseley and Koch.) 

Koch, William, and W. Wiese, New York, N. Y. Sewing-machine 

Kochs, Theodore A. (See Candrian, Herman A., assignor.) 

Koeller. Hermann, New York, and C. Nimmo, Green Point, N. Y. Oil-drip cup 

Koenig, George A., Philadelphia, Pa. Extracting silver from ores 

Koesewitz, Franz. Hamburg, Geimany. Flame-regulating device 

Knetzner, Charles H., assignor of one-half interest to J. A. G. Goetz, Baltimore, Md. 
Faucet. 



K6h4zy, Franz. (See Thomer and Kiihdzy.) 

Kohler, Frederick E., assignorof one-half interest to I. Harter, Canton, Ohio. Horse-rakc- 

Kohler, Frederick E., Canton, Ohio. Horse-rake 

Kohler, Fricdrich, Ludwigshafen am Rhein, assignor to Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik, 
Baden, Germany. Dye-stuff or coloring-matter 



No. 



234,483 
231,177 

235,363 

229,714 
232,405 
232,510 

228,082 

225,935 



224,444 
235,091 
233,627 

230,424 

9,481 

232,190 
9,355 
9,500 

231,179 

234,786 

234,787 

224,926 
232,042 

9,202 



■225,013 

224,340 
225,289 
232,041 

234,768 

234,586 

9,330 

227,365 

232,730 

227,694 
233,937 
235,636 



224,339 
225,527 

229,319 
235,364 
232,979 

233,520 

231,180 

230,878 
234,484 

229,713 
230,024 
227,019 
224,294 



234,587 

2,33,519 
235,784 
223,078 

232,894 

225,290 
234,988 

224,927 



Date. 



Nov. 16 
Aug. 17 

Deo. 14 

July 6 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 21 
May 25 

Mar. 30 



Feb. 10 
Dec. 7 
Oct. 20 

July 27 

Nov. 30 

Sept. 14 
Aug. 24 
Dec. 14 
Aug. 17 

Nov. 23 

Nov. 23 

Feb. 24 

Sept. 7 

May 18 



Mar. 2 

Feb. 10 
Mar. 9 

Sept. 7 

Nov. 23 
Nov. 16 

Aug. 3 

May 11 

Sept. 28 

May 18 
Nov. 2 
Dec. 21 

Feb. 10 
Mar. 16 



June 29 
Dec. 14 
Oct. 5 

Oct. 19 

Aug. 17 

Aug. 10 
Nov. 16 

July 

July 13 

Apr. 27 

Feb. 10 



Nov. 10 

Oct. 19 

Dec. 21 

Jan. 20 

Oct. 5 

Mar. 9 

Nov. 30 

Feb. 24 



Monthly 
volume. 



817 
680 

376 

234 

647 

772 

1168 

1142 



545 

33 

1050 

1110 

1549 

375 

1204 

688 

685 

1202 

1204 

1120 
200 

906 



35 

427 
373 
199 

1204 

958 

298 

329 

1020 

704 
126 
710 



426 
649 



1399 
377 
221 

903 

687 

339 

617 

233 

598 

1046 

373 



960 

903 
885 
579 

120 

375 
1459 

1121 



218 
192 

103 

64 
178 
213 
332 

325 



157 
11 

292 

313 



104 
337 
196 
193 

325 

325 

320 
54 

259 



10 

122 

109 

54 

C325 

^326 

2.54 

85 

97 

281 

199 

34 

203 



(121 

H22 

189 



363 

104 

60 

249 

193 

98 
219 

64 
166 
290 
107 



255 

249 
247 
155 

32 

;i09 
110 
393 



Official 
Gazette. 



18 
18 

18 

18 
18 
18 
17 

17 



17 
18 
18 

18 

18 

18 
18 
18 
18 

18 

13 

17 

18 

17 



17 

17 
17 

18 

1 18 
18 

18 

17 

18 

17 

18 

18 



17 
18 
18 

18 

18 

18 
18 

18 
18 
17 
17 



P4 



1139 
371 

1352 

43 

646 

667 

1199 

094 



312 

1287 

936 

204 

1273 

594 

462 

1404 

371 

1209 

1209 

433 

557 

1146 



463 

293 
531 
557 

1209 

1163 

296 

1043 

715 

1114 
1008 
1415 



293 

588 



1470 

1352 

774 

902 

371 

310 
1139 

42 
106 
951 
285 



1163 

902 

1444 

121 

758 



532 

1258 

433 



116 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphaheiical Hat of patentees — Continued 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Kohlcr, Friedricb, LiidwlgsbafeTi am Elieiii, assignor to Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik, 
Baden, Germany. Dye-stuff or colorinj^-matter 

Kohlcv, Joseph, and L. Arnold, Cincinnati, Ohio. Faucet 

Kohlcr, A7illiam C, Troy. 111. Wagon-brake 

Kohlhofer, Aun:ust, Munich, Bavaria. Furnace-^ate 

Kohn, Tobias, Uartford, Conn. "Wire stiffening-ribbon 

Kohnmann, John, assignor to himself and S. It. Latta, Dyorsburg, Tenn. Device for clos- 
ing gates 

Kohr, Samuel M., Omaha, Hehr. Butter-package 

Kolb, Adam, and C. Osberghaus, assignors of one-third interest to Gr. Bachmann, Jr., San- 
dusky, Ohio. Sash-fastening 

KoUe, i)alltor, Ripon, Wis. Vehicle-wheel hub 



Konig, Johan L., Baltimore, Md. Cabinet-maker's clamp. 

Konrad, AVilliam, assignor of two-thirds interest to H. Horn and L. Boche, Chicago, 111. 

Detachable cover for glasses 

Kooker, Alfred G. (See Bean and Kooker.) 

Koons, Gerow, St. Louis, Mo. Automatic-measuring milk-can 

Koontz, Ezra J?., Ligonler, Ind. Befrigerator , 



Kopliu, James L., Eockford, 111. Rotary coal-sifter 

Kopp, Robert W. H., Washington, D. C. Fire-escape 

Koppelman, Charles, et al. (See McAvoy, Hugh L., assignor.) 

Koppes, AYilliam M.. Orrville, Ohio. Thrashing-machine and clover-huUer 

Kortf, John, Boston, Mass. Catemenial sack 

Koms, Lewis F., Sycamore, 111. Fountain-pen 

Kortick, Frank, San Francisco, Cal. Snap-hook 

Koschwitz, Henry O., Brooklyn, N. Y. Manufacture of buttons, &c 

Koska, Reinhold'P. H., East Saginaw, Mich. Egg-tongs 

Koskul, Frederick, Grand Rapids, Mich. Ornamental veneering 

Kossuth, Joseph, IsTew Britain, Conn. Corkscrew 

Kowalski, William. (See Gunther and Kowalski.) 

Kraemer, William, Chicago, HI., assignor of one-half interest to C. G. Von Platen. Shoe- 
fastening. 

Kraengel, Frederic, assignor of one-half interest to E. and A. Jetter, Buffalo, N. T. Bench- 
plane . 



Kraengel, Frederic, assignor of oue-half interest to E. and A. Jetter, Buffalo, N. Y. Nail- 
extractor 

Kraft, George W., Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Vehicle-wheel 

Krajowski, Thomas F., Paterson, N. J. Running-gear for vehicles 

Kra.iewski, Thomas F., New York, N. Y. Portable railway-track 

Krake, John A., Buffalo, N. Y. Grain-separator 

Kramer, Albert W. (See Miller, Lewis, assignor.) 

Kramer, Homer D., Beaver, Pa. Making^oor-plates 

Kramer, John W., New York, N. Y. Tnrn-out for railways , 

Kramer, William J., and L. Miller, Oil City, Pa. Land-marker 

Kranich, Hellmuth, and J. Bach, New Yorli , N. Y. Piano-forte action 

Kratz, George, E vansville, Ind. Pump and feed- water heater 

Kratz, G eorge, Evansville, Ind. Steam-boiler attachment. (Reissue) 

Kraus, Ernest E., Tompkinsville, N. Y. Picture-nail 

Krause, Earnest J., Carlisle, Pa. Fire-escape ladder 

Krause, Frederick W.. Chicago, HI. Sickle-grinder 

Krauss, Harrison Y., Kraussdale, Pa. Endless-chain horse-power 

Kreamer, James M. (See Nebinger, George R., assignor.) 

Kiebs, George J., Fremont, Ohio. Post-office delivery -window , 



Krebs, Rufus I. (See Newland, Sylvester F., assignor.) 

Kremcr, Frank W. (See Fahs, Belden, and Kremer.) 

Kretsinger, Fred S., Fort Madison, Iowa. Scythe-fastening 

Kretsinger, AVilliam H., Fort Madison, Iowa. Manufacture of lakes 

Krcutzer, Carl, New York, N. Y. Game-bat 

Kriebel, Hosea K., West Point, Pa., assignor of one-halt interest to F. Light, Jr., Gonzales, ) 
Tex. Portable steam-engine. (Reissue) 5 

Kriebs, John. (See Pfiffncr and Kriebs.) 

Krieger, John G., Washington, D. C. Bottle-stopper 

Kritch, Jacob. (See Bbss, Francis D., assignor.) 

Kritch, Jacob, Cleveland, Ohio, assignor of one-half to F. D. Bliss, New Haven, Conn. Ma- 
chine for shaping the arms or spindles of axles 

Kroeber, Florence. (See Scheina, Josef, assignor.) 

Kroeber, Florence, New York, N. Y. Alarm-clock 

Kroeber, Frederick W., Idaho City, Idaho Ter. Paper bag 

Krohn, Reuben F., Sunbury, Pa. ' Car-coupling 

Kroraer, Otto, and F. Rinkleft", Sandusky, Ohio. Harvester 

Kroog, Johann, Halle-on-the-Saale, Prussia. Filter 

Kroptf, Oscar, Nordhausen, A. H., Germany. Air-cooling apparatus 

Kropff, Oscar, Nordhausen, Germany. Apparatus for freeing water from atmospheric air. . 

Kropff, Oscar, Nordhausen, Germany. Ammonia-boiler for ice-machines 

Kropff, Oscar, Nordhausen-on-the-Harz, Germany. Ice-machine 

Krouse, Samuel R., assignor to A. B. Elfelt, A. A. Levi, S. Goldsmith, and A. P. Elfclt, 
San Francisco, Cal. Overalls: 

Krueger, August C, Chicago, 111. Machine for treating raw hides 

Krug, Pliilipp, New York, N. Y. Two-way cock for beer and other casks 

Kriigcr, Theodore C. H., San Marcos, Tex. Corn and cotton planter 

Krupp, Alfred, Essen, Germany. Manufacture of iron and steel 

Krupp, Carl, Vienna, Austria. Rotary motor 

Kryzinski, Anastasius, assignor of one-half interest to J. Osik, Chicago, 111. Composition 
for covering moldings 

Kuehborth, Philip P., Greenup, Ky. Sash-holder 

Kuohno, Ernst, and D. AV. Bryant, Chicago, 111. Mill-spindle bush 

Kuehnert, Robert. (See Fink, Carl, assignor.) 

Kuhn, Augustus J., Lcwistown, Pa. Drying apparatus 

Kuhn, David I., Pcnn township, Allegheny county. Pa. Dog-power machine 

Kuhns, Benjamin. (See Kuhns, Edward, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Kuhns, Daniel Y., assignor to Farmers Friend Manufacturing Company, Dayton, Ohio. 
Corn-planter .■■ 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



117 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Kubns, Edward, Logansport, Ind., assignor to B. Kuhns. Gr.iin-drill. (Eeissne) 

Kuiclilin£c, Emil, assignor to himself ancl J. N. Tabbs, Eochester, N. T. Hydrant 

Kulp, Henrv G-. (See Keiser, Florenz, assignor.) 

Knlp, Isaac E. (See "Wriglit, "William A., assignor.) 

Kunkel, Daniel, Sr., Oregon, Mo. Car-coupling 

Kuntz, John. (See Pritchard, Charles L., assignor.) 

Kupfer, Hcinrich, Chicago, 111. Aerator 

Kursb, Frank, Philadelphia, Pa. Enameling jewelry, &c 

Kursh, Frank, Philadelphia, Pa. Bracelet 

Kurshcedt, Frederick A. (See Brown, John H., assignor.) 

Kursheedt. Frederic A. (Sea Brown, John H., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Kurtz. Abraham B.. Cincinnati. Ohio. ThiU-coupling 

Kurtz, William. ^N'cw York, N. T. Producing photographic pictures 

Kurtz, William, Xew York. N. Y. ilethod of and apparatus for tinting drawings and pho- 
tographs 

Kurz, Christoph F., Xe warlc. N. J. Low-water indicator 

Kwaysser, Vinccnz, and 11. Husak, Semil, Bohemia, Austria, assignors to C. H. (3-reon, Lon- 
don, England. Dry-copying process 

Kynaston, Josiah W! (Sec Chadwick and Kynaston.) 

Kyser, Louis, and A. C. Jlex, Philadelphia, Pa. Toy money-hox 

Kyser, Louis, and A. C. Ees, Philadelphia, Pa. Toy money-box 

Kyser, Louis, and A. C. Eex, Philadelphia, Pa. Bell-toy 

Kyser, Louis, and A. C. Eex. Philadelphia, Pa. Toy mortar 

La Bar, James P., Milford, Mich. Hoisting apparatus 

Labaree, John W. (See Atwood. James B., assignor.) 

La Barge, Charles L. and H. S., St. Louis, Mo. Incubator 

La Barge, Henrv S. (See La Barge, Charles L. and H. S.) 

Labois. Elie C. E. and L. L., Paris, France. Manufacture of carbon bisulphide and sul- 
phuric acid from pyrites, and apparatus therefor 

Labois, L6on L. (See Labois. Elie C. E. and L. L.) 

Labonnty, Leonard J., Lowell, Mass. Paper-holder 

Lacheze." Emile, Dijon, France. Eeaping and mowing machine 

Lackey, Nathan T., Brownsbnrg, Va. Washing-machine 

Lacock. Theodore W., Kittanning. Pa. Combined barrel-cover and sample-case 

Ladenberger, Frederick D., and W. V. Hazelton, Glenbeulah, Wis. Wagon-brake 

Ladewig. Herrraan. (See Moseler and Ladewig.) 

Ladner, John, Charlestown, Mass. Vehicle- wheel 

Ladncr, John, Charlestown, Mass. Car-starter 

La Dow, Charles. (See Gnptail, Dan, assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

La Dow, Charles. (See Johnson, Moses, assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

La Dow, Charles. (See Palmer, George N., assignor.) (Eeissne.) 

La Dow, Charles, Albany, X. Y. Wheel-harrow 

La Dow, Charles, Albany, X. Y. Combined seeder and cultivator 

La Dow, Charles, Albany, X. Y, Harrow 

La Dow, John, assignor of one-half to O. H. P. Cornel], Alb.any, N. T. Printer's chase 

Ladry, Florent, Brussels, Belgium. Indicator for steam-boilers ■ 

La Fargo, .John, Newport, E. I. Colored-glass window 

Lafeber, .Tames. Indianapolis. Ind. Soil-pulverizer 

Lafever. Minard. (See Marsh, Elon A., assignor.) 

Laffcrty. Eobert, Gloucester City. N. J. Centrifugal machine 

Laffite, Charles, Paris, France. Pantaloons-brace 

Laflin, Perlev, Warren, Mass. Corset-clasp 

La France, Asa W., Elmira, N. Y. Smoke-stack 

La France, Tmckson S., Elmira, N. Y. Fire-engine boiler 

Laglcr. Charles. (See Oley, Nickolas, assignor.) 

Lagowitz, Jacob. (Sec Frankel, Alexander C, assignor.) 

Laihg. James M., Bay City, Mich. Brine-agitator 

Laird. .Tames G., Ontario township, Knox county. 111. Gate-h.anger 

Lake. J. Christopher, Camden, X. .J. Curtain-roller 

Lake, J. Christopher, Philadelphia, Pa. Spring shade-roller 

Lake, John C, Big Prairie, Ohio. Eein-holder 

Lake, William W.. and M. E. WeUer ; said Lake assignor of one-half interest toF. P. Wem- 
plc. Fort Plain, X. Y. Machine for grinding glass, &c 

Lakin, Hartwell. (See Wilson, OrvUlo A., assignor.) 

Lalance & Grosjean Manufacturing Company of Kew York. (SeeChaumont, Jules, assignor.) 

Lalime. Jean B. (See Langlois. .Joseph, assignor.) 

Lally, James, Kendall, X. Y. Trace-buckle 

Lally, James. Kendall, N. Y. Trace-buckle 

Lally, Michael, North Lawrence, Ohio, assignor to himself and W. J. Fryer, New York, N. Y. 
Elevator-bucket 

Lally, William, et al. (See Barkley, James, assizor.) 

Lamar, .James S., Augnsta. Ga. Electromagnetic motor 

Lamb, Calvin, et al. (See Copeland, Samuel E., assignor.) 

Lamb, Charles. Einghamton, N. Y., assignor of three-fourths interest to E. A. Ford, W. L. 
Mud"e, andH. Dnsenbury. Hand-stamp 

Lamb, Daniel M., New York, N. Y. Waterproofing compound 

Lamb, Daniel M., New York, N. Y. Molh and waterproofing compound 

Lamb, Daniel M., New York. N. Y. Moth and waterproofing compound. .'. 

Lamb, Edward L., Chicago, 111. Casting rolls 

Lamb, Francis H., Eavenna, Ohio. Bed-lounge 

Lamb, Franklin W., HydesvUle, Cal. Gate 

Lamb Knitting Machine Company. (See Marshall, Moses, assignor.) 

Lamb, Patrick W., Albany, N. Y. Flue-cleaner 

Lamb, Patrick W., Albany, N. Y. Boiler-furnace 

Lamb, Ecstoro B., assignor of one-half interest to J. Cooper, A. Eeeve, and E. Z. CoUings, 
Camden, N. J. Underground conduit for telegraph-conductors 

Lamb, Thomas C. Chicago. 111. Marble-vcneeiing 

Lambert, Henry E., Pittsburg, Pa. Metal felly for wheels 

Lambert, James T. (Sec Clark and Lambert.) 

Lambert, .Tames T., Detroit, Mich. Stove 

Lambert, Jules, assignor to A. and H. Veith, New York, N. T. Flitter for milliners' trim- 
mings 



No. 



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232,646 



234,990 

232,980 
227,021 
235,037 



227,367 
225,478 

226,760 
234,295 

228,362 

232,511 
232,512 
233,628 
234,132 
229,149 

235,787 



233,680 

224,547 
232,513 
232,135 
233,258 
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234,589 
234,590 



225,394 

220,233 
233,777 

234,877 

232,981 
224,831 
223,927 

235,038 
230,289 
229,017 
227,272 
231,336 



235,155 
229,148 
223,594 
223,595 
233,521 

225,619 



223,448 
234,991 

933,523 

225,395 

230,879 
224,295 
224,296 
224,297 
225,479 
223,234 
^9,147 

232,406 
235,086 

229,259 
225,018 
225,225 

231,819 

228,363 



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952 

1416 



1043 
579 

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1091 

1264 

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667 

936 

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1444 



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343 

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582 
839 
107 

1163 
1164 



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1235 

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416 
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166 

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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 



Alphahetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Xame, residence, and invention. 



Lambert, Thomas S., l^ew Tort, X. T. Tramway-rail 

Lambert, Thomas S., STew York. N. T. Bos 

Lambert, Thomas S., and J. S. Hnyler, iN'ew York, K". Y. Hygienic oatmeal confection.. 

Lambertville Manufactnrina: Company. (See Barber, Henry E., assignor.) 

Lambeth, Samuel T^. (Seo'Lincotn, William 0., assignor.) ' 

Lambeth, Samuel W. (See Opdyke, Stacy B., assignor.) 

Lambeth, Samuel W. (See Stoddard. Samuel G., assignor.) 

Lambeth, Samuel W.. Philadelphia, Pa. Fly-fan 

Lambkin, ISdwin, Can, Mich. Double-acting lever 

Lamont, Alexander. (See Lament, John, assignor.) 

Lament, John, assignor of one-half interest to A. Lamont, Eochester, K". Y. Blacking-bos . . 

Lamont, John, assignor of one-half interest to A. Lamont, Eochester, N. Y. Frnit-crnsher. . 

Lamont, Jolm G., Chelsea, Slass. Kain-water conductor 

Lamorous, Charles, et al. (See Day, John E., assignor.) 

L'Amoureus, Chauncey H., New York, jST. Y. Chimneycap 

Lampe, Otto, Hamburg, Germany. Securing calks to horseshoes 

Lampert, Jacob, Stevens Point, Wis. Chop-separator and bran-cleaner 

Lampert, William, and H. Huber, Crestline, assignors of one-half interest to Butler, Ear- 
hart it Co., CoUmibus, Ohio. Bretzel-machine 

Lampert, William, Crestline, Ohio. Apparatus and process for preparing bretzels previous 
to baking 

Lampton, JTlavius J., Hammonville, Ky. Eotary harro'sv 

Lampton. Flavins J., Hammonville, Ky. Eeaper 

Lamson, Edwin, et al. (See Eaton, Charles S., assignor.) 

Lamson, Frank G., and D. C. King, Boston, Mass. "Machine for heating the edges of hat- 
brims 



Landis, Israel L. 

Landis, Israel L. 

Landis, Israel L,, 

Landis, Israel L., Lancaster, Pa. 

Landis, Israel L., Lancaster, Pa 



Lancaster, Henry P. (See Nichols and Lancaster.) 

Lancaster, William, Santa Eosa, Cal. Eye-shade 

Land, Charles H., Detroit, Mich. Baby-jnmper , 

Land, Horatio N., and H. Campbell, Eichmond, Ind. Steering-gear for traction-vehicles. . . 

Landers, Frary & Clark. (See Webb, Eodolphus L., assignor.) 

Landers, John E. (See Gaines, George B., assignor.) 

Laudin, Henry. Forest, Ohio. Post-hole borer 

Landis, Israel L. (See Col\"in, Eobert J., assignor.) 
(See Iske, Anthony, assignor.) 
(See Iske, Anthony and A., assignors.) 

Lancaster, Pa. Buckle for harness. (Eeissue) , 

Buckle 

Buckle 

Landsberg, Albert, assignor to L. Black & Co., Detroit, Mich. Eyeglass 

Lane, Alfred J. (See Amor and Lane.) 

Lane, Almeron M., Winsted, Conn. Eailway time-signal 

Lane, C. Marcellus. (See Hall and Lane.) 

Lane, Frederick W., assignor to C. B. Shedd, Chicago, HI. Device for cutting off weeds, 
(tc, under water 

Lane, George, Brooklyn, N. Y. Pen-mper 

Lane, George F. (See Hall and Lane, assignors.) 

Lane, George H. (See Stevens, Lucious 0., assignor.) 

Lane, George M., Asbury Park, !N". J. Spring-hmge 

Lane, John, Hyde Park,'Hl. Cast-steel plate for edge-tools 

Lane, EufusB., Stockton, Cal. Machine for making paper-pulp from wood 

Lane, Thomas W., Boston, assignor to himself and C. Williams, Jr., Somerville, Mass. 
Electrical annunciator 

Lane, Turner H., assignor of one-half interest to P. A. Eitter, Memphis, Tenn. Chamber- 
muffler 

Lane, William J., Millbrook, E". Y. Sheave or roUer for sliding doors 



Lane, William J., Millbrook, JT. Y. Eegisteriug attachment for faucets 

Lane. William T., and J. P. Avery, Norwich, Conn. Machine for pressing and ornament- 
ing harness-loops ~ 

Lauey, WUliam S., Lithopolis, Ohio. Pump 

Lanfair, John Y., Hill View, N. Y. Chum 



Lang, Edward M. (See Bruce, Elgin Iv. and J. M., assignors.) (Eeissue.) 
Lang, J. C. (See Thompson, Gilbert, assignor.) 

Lang, J. P. Theodore, Washincton. D. C. '"Car-replacer 

Lang, William, WiUiamsburg,'>r. Y. Loch for traveling-bags 

Langdon, Sylvester L., Kew Orleans, La. Steam-boiler 

Langdon, William, Upland, Pa. Spirit-level 

Langen, Eugen, Cologne, Germany. Apparatus for liquoring lump-sugar 

Langen, Eugen, Cologne, Prussia, "Germany. Centrifugal machine 

Langley, John AV., Ann Arbor, Mich. Electric lamp 

Langlois, Joseph, assignor to himself and J. B. Lalime, St. Johns, Quebec, (janada. Heel- 
trimming machine 

Langmaak, Friedricli, .lud P. Streiff, San Francisco, Cal. Velocipede 

Langmaid, Charles E., Stoneham, Mass. Shingler's bracket 

Languer, AVilliam, Beading, Pa. Coffee-roaster 

Langschraidt, Johan H., Chicago, HI. Sink-trap 

Langston, Thomas, assignor to E. Miller & Co., Meriden, Conn. Lantern 

Langston, T. Judson, Johnston, S. C. Car-starter 

Langworthy, John F., and G. E. Korris, Glens Falls, N. Y. Starching-machlne 

Lanigan, Thomas. (See Percefull, Zeadock E., asagnor.) 
Lanman, Henry A. (See Eichardson, Julius C, assignor.) 

Lannay, Edoudrd, Lima, Ohio. Pump 

Lanuing, Edward, Iowa City, Iowa. Pivot-gate' 

Lanphear, Edson, Lincoln Centre, Kans. WindmUl 

Lanphere, Lydia .7., Waterloo, Iowa. Shutter- worker 

Lansbnrg, Max, JTew York, N. Y. Filtering apparatus. 



Xo. 



Lanstrom, Eeinhold, Oakley, Ohio. FabricTfor sweat-bands for hats, &c 

Lantz, Jackson. (See Van Vliet. Warren E., assignor.) 

Lauum, Eichard B., assignor to E. P. Wright and J. K". Cook. Circleville, Ohio. Grave- 
torpedo. 



Lanz, Charles, Pittsburg, Pa. Die for forging eyes on the ends of rods. 
Lanz, Charles, Pittsburg, Pa. Mixnufactnre of hinges 



226,804 
234,297 
234,298 



234,713 
223,928 

223,929 

229,425 
233,938 

230,483 
236,046 
226,234 

224,446 

229,320 
232,355 
233,259 



224,298 

230,556 
230,707 
229,715 



234,992 



9,083 
225,147 
227,798 
233,681 

234,290 



223,521 

235,788 



230,949 
230,948 
233,105 

234,993 

228,539 
231,820 

232,277 

226,761 
228,203 

230,484 



223,290 
227,905 
224,447 
232,982 
226,078 
235,259 
235,258 

229,426 
228,908 
230,425 
230,189 
233,104 
224,703 
232,043 
225,149 



225,148 
230,291 
232,514 
230,026 
223,741 
233,629 



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Nov. 9 
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Jan. 27 

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June 29 
Nov. 2 

July 27 
Dec. 23 
Apr. 6 

Feb. 10 

June 29 
Sept. 21 
Oct. 12 



Feb. 10 

July 27 
Aug. 3 
July 6 



Nov. 30 



Feb. 17 
Mar. 2 
May 18 
Oct. 26 

Nov. 9 



Jan. 
Dec. 



228,651 
228,907 
231,590 



Aug. 10 
Aug. 10 
Oct. 12 

Nov. 30 

June 8 
Aug. 31 

Sept. 14 

Apr. 20 
June 1 

July 27 



Jan. 6 
May 25 
Feb. 10 
Oct. 5 
Mar. 30 
Dec. 7 
Dec. 7 

June 29 
June 15 
July 27 
July 20 
Oct. 12 
Feb. 17 
Sept. 7 
Mar. 2 



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July 20 
Sept. 21 
July 13 
Jan. 20 
Oct. 26 



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volume. 



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Gazette. 



850 
578 
579 



1110 

886 

886 

1521 

127 

1187 

1226 

103 

547 

1401 
585 
567 



378 

1264 
131 
235 



1463 



929 

191 

823 

1109 

576 



385 

891 



412 
411 
386 

1463 

453 
1423 

480 



725 
47 

1188 



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June 15 I 
Aug. 24 1 



101 
963 
547 
224 
1317 
237 
236 

1522 
924 

1117 
SCO 
386 
843 
201 
192 



191 
922 
776 
600 
639 
1052 



591 

922 

1145 



238 
157 



301 
235 

235 

420 

35 

334 
338 

27,28 

157 

334 
161 
157 



107 

357 
38,39 
65 



394 



265 

54 

233 

308 

157 



102 
249 



119 
118 
106 

394 

123 

400 

C133 

{134 

202 

15 

C334 

1335 



24 
276 
157 

61 
371 

65 
64,65 

420 
251 
314 
226 
106 
240 
54,55 
54 



54 
262 
215 
166 
172 



157 
251 
320 



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18 
18 



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921 
1091 
1092 



1195 
181 

181 
1486 
1003 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 



119 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Ifame, residence, and invention. 



Lanz, G-eorge, et al. (See Owen, Eichard W., assignor.) 

Laphani, G-eorge F., Sandwich, Mass. Polishing glass 

Laporte, ilicliel E.. Bordeaux, Trance. Apparatus for cleaning railway -tracks 

Laraway, George W., and F. C. Kootwell, Hartford, Conn. Chain-pnmp bucket 

Xarawa'y, Jerome. (See Laraway, Eansom K. and J.) 

Laraway, Eansom K. and J., Battle Creek, Mich. Grain-binder 

Lnrcbar, Joseph W., Albany, IST. Y. Attachment for picture-frames 

Larouche, Theophilus, Williamstown, X. X. Thill-coupling 

Laroussie, Paul, New York, N. Y., assignor to Howard & Scberrieble, Providence, K. I. 
Button and stud 

Larrabee, Charles E., et al. (See Bullard, Charles W., assignor.) 

Larrowe, Albertns and E., Coliocton, IST. Y. Animal-poke 

Larrowc, Erwin. (See Larrowe, Albertus and E.) 

Larsen, John. (See Galloway and Larsen.) 

Larsen, Niels C, Sacramento, Cal. Parse or satchel fastener 

Larsen, Niels C, New York, N. Y. Game apparatus 

Larsen, Theodore N., assignor of one-half interest to A. Wardall, St. Ansgar, Iowa. "Well- 
drilling apparatus 

Larson, Albert J., Santa Paula, Cal. Hame-ring 

Larson, Paul. (See Sweatt, Leroy A., assignor.) 

Larson, Swan, Monmouth, HI. Nut-lock 

Larter, Eobert, East Orange, assignor of one-half interest to B. Bloemeke, Newark, N. J. 
Clothes lino and clamp T 

Larter, Eobert, East Orange, assignor of one-half interest to B. Bloemeke, Newark, N. J. 
•Clothes - drier j 

La Salle, B. Prank, assignor of one-half interest to &. W. Archer, Eochester, N. Y. Dental 
plugger 

Lasaiv Maks J., et al. (See Eosenfeld, Israil L., assignor.) 

LasceU, George "W., et al. (See Hudson and Bnrrill, assignors.) 

Lash, Abram. (See Sinclair, James A., assignor.) 

Lash, John S., Philadelphia, Pa. Bracket-hook 

Laskey, John H., Boston, Mass. Self-levelinn; dining-table for vessels 

Latham, Adolphus, Tippecanoetown, Ind. Plow-tmck 

Latham, Baldwin, and J. T. Way, Kensington, England. Apparatus for regulating the 
temperature of water and other liquids 

Latbroi), Francis C. (See "Woodward, Orator F., assignor.) 

Lathrop, Horace A. (See Griswold, Henry J., assignor.) 

Latbrop, Levi B., HoUister, Cal. Hay -press 

Lathrop, Levi B., Hollister, Cal. Thill-coupling 

Latsbaugh, John C, Decatur, HI. lak-weU 

Latshaw, John, et al. (See Faulkner, James J., assignor.) 

Latta, Emmet G., Friendship, assignor of one-half interest to H. D. Blateslee, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Halter-trimming 

Latta, Emmit G., Friendship, assignor of one-fourth interest to Pratt & Letchworth, Buf- 
falo, N. Y. Cockeye 

Latta, Finley, Cincinnati, Ohio. Machine for grinding corks 

Latta, Samuel E. (See Jennings, "WiUiam A., assignor.) 

Latta, Samuel E. (See Kohnmann, John, assignor.) 

Latta, William J., and S. "W. Neall, Philadelphia, Pa. Grain-car door 

Lauder, George, Pittsburg, Pa. Coal-washing machine 

Laufkotter. Frank, CollinsvQle, HI. Safety-stop for elev.ators 

Laughlin , David F. , assignor of t wo-tliirds interest to J. Manning, Clyde, and J. H. Eanney, 
Agenda, Kans. Hav-bnming attachment for stoves 

Laughlin, Josejih M., Boston, assignor to Bridgewater Iron Company, Bridgewater, Mass. ? 
Horseshoe-nail machine j 

Laughlin, Joseph M., Boston, assignor to Bridgewater Iron Company, Bridgewater, Mass. 
Making borseshoe-naUs 

Laughlin, Joseph M., Boston, assignor to Bridgewater Iron Company, Bridgewater, Mass. 
Manufacture of horsesboe-naU plates 

Laughlin, Joseph M., Boston, assignor to Bridgewater Iron Company, Bridgewater, Mass. 
Manufacturing borseshoe-naUs 

LauhofF, WiUiam, Detroit, Mich. Apparatus for trimming or smutting wheat, &c 

Laur, Francis, Paris, France, assignor to Harrison Brothers & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Manu- 
facture of aluminous cake. (Eeissue) 

Laurence, Henry, Chicago, HI. Eotary engine 

Lanrense, Nicholas C. N., and E. G. Matzka, Detroit, Mich. Gilding process 

Lanry, Lewis. (See Dean, Abiatbar "W., assignor.) 

Lautcn, Frank H., New York, N. Y. Paper-feeding machine 

Lautenschlager, Gustavus, Cincinnati, Ohio. Numbering or paging machine 

Lauth, Bernard C. (See Stubblebinc, "William, assignor.) 

Lavance, James H., New York, N. Y. QnUting-gage for sewing-machines 

Xaverty, Charles E., GladevUle, "W. Ya. Drip-pan for oU-barrell 

Laverty, "William A., PhUadclphia, Pa. Neckscarf 

Laverty. "WiUiam A., assignorofone-b.ilf interest to C. C.H.ancock, PhUadelphia, Pa. Neck- 



No. 



scarf . 



Laverty, "William A., and C. C. Hancock, Philadelphia, Pa. Neckscarf 

Lavery, John F., Chicago, HI. Sewer and catch-basin 

Lavery, Eichard, Boston, Mass. Curb for presses 

Lavlctt, An.gn.stu3 T. (See Irwin, Eobert "W., assignor.) 

Law, Francis. Sr., East Orange, (Bloomfield P. O.,) N. J. Hat-flanging machine 

Law, James B., Darlington Court-House, S. C. Bale-tie 

Law, .John, Lebanon, Ohio. Eail-fastener for vehicle-seats , 

Law. John, Forest City, Iowa. Copy-bolder , 

Lawler, James J., assignor to himself and .1. M. Everhart, Scranton, Pa. Lighting device.. 

Lawience, Augustus, et al. (See Fisher. "WiUiam M., assignor.) 

Lawrence, Charles, et al. (See Fisher, "William M., assignor.) 

Lawrence. Charles D., aijd J. B. Kerr ; said Kerr assignor to T. H. Patterson, Pino Elver, 

"Wis. Clothes-wringer 

Lawrence, Franklin. (See McElroy, Herbert, assignor.) 

Lawrence, Lorenzo B., "W. P. Haminon, Oakland, Cal., and A. G. Strawbridge, Sharon, Pa. 

Air-compressor and water-lifter 

Lawrence, Louis P., .Jersey City Heights, N. J. Pipe and hose coupling 

Lawrence, Nathan M., J. C. "Wykoff, and J. E. TVTiitaker, Clarksville, Ohio. Hand sawing- 

machino 



230,137 
235,539 

234,588 

230,292 
226,762 
231,057 

229,428 

229,618 

227,022 
236,047 

232,191 

227,982 

224,448 
226,235 
229,831 
226,177 



228,652 
233,778 
232,515 

231,058 



225,396 
234,591 
229,260 



230,717 

232,278 
231.591 



229,716 
228,465 
227,799 

230,786 
230,950 

232,895 

233,357 

235,540 
230,138 

9,340 
230,880 
229,427 

223,742 
232,983 

234,485 
234,411 
226,763 

226,764 
232,516 
228,084 
231,821 

226,525 
233,522 
228,083 
229,001 
224,192 



224,019 



226,918 
232,279 

227,169 



Date. 



July 20 
Deo. 14 
Nov. 10 

July 20 
Apr. 20 
Aug. 10 

June 29 

July 6 



Apr. 27 

Dec. 28 

Sept. 14 

May 25 

Feb. 10 

Apr. 6 

July 13 

Apr. 6 



June 8 
Oct. 26 
Sept. 21 

Aug. 10 



Mar. 9 
Nov. 16 
June 29 



July 6 

Sept. 14 
Aug. 24 



July 6 
June 8 
May 18 

Aug. 3 
Aug. 10 

Oct. 5 

Oct. 19 

Dec. 14 
July 20 

Aug. 10 
Aug. 10 
June 29 

Jan. 20 
Oct. 5 

Nov. 16 
Nov. 16 
Apr. 20 

Apr. 20 
Sept. 21 
May 25 
Aug. 31 

Apr. 13 
Oct. 19 
May 25 
June 22 
Fob. 3 



Feb. 3 



Apr. 27 
Sept. 14 

May 4 



Monthly 
volume. 



743 
596 
962 

923 
726 
531 

1526 

125 

1049 
1227 

376 
1058 

549 

104 

382 

36 



592 
1214 

777 

531 



493 

965 

1322 



237 



481 
1145 



236 
360 

824 

215 
413 

120 

712 

597 
743 

626 

342 

1525 

642 
225 

819 
732 

727 

728 

777 

1170 

1425 

447 

906 

1170 

1047 

252 



926 

482 

95 



170 
255 

263 
203 
149 

421 

34 

291 
339 

104 
301 

158 

28 

106 

9 



158 
337 
215 

149 



143 
256 
364 



05 

134 
320 



65 

98 

233 

62 

:ii9 

120 

32 

194 

170 
207 



99 



;i72 
'173 
■ 01 

219 
198 
203 

203 
215 
333 
401 

125 
250 
333 
285 
73 



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134 

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1389 
1163 

166 
888 
339 

1487 

27 

952 
1508 

594 
1181 

313 

764 
73 

752 



1328 
965 
667 

340 



552 
1164 
1460 



43 

612 
452 



43 
1294 
1132 

281 
321 

758 

870 

1389 
139 

356 
310 

1487 

131 
773 

1140 
1125 

889 

889 

668 

1199 

503 

832 

903 

1199 

1411 

245 



212 



932 
613 

993 



120 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM- THE 



Al;pliabetical list of jiateniees — Contintied. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volnmo. 



Q< 
02 



Official 
Gazette. 



Lawrence, Phineas, London, England. Game-ljoard ". 

Lawrence^ William E., New York, N. T. Manufacture of door-mats 

Lawrence, William S., Kalamazoo, Mich. H.arrow 

Laws, Albert D., Bridgeport, Conn. Manufacture of corsets 

Lawson, B. Howard. (See Clark, Locklin N., assignor.) 

Lawson, Daniel T., WeUsville, Oliio. Preventing explosions of steam-boilers. 

Lawton, Harold. (See Howlaud and Lawton.) 

Lawton, Richard C., Waterbury, Conn. Lamp 

Lay, Anson, Oakland, Cal. Eein-holder 

Lay, William, Seneca City, S. C. AVater-motor 

Lay, William Seneca City, S. C. Water-motor 



Layton, Charles. (See Herbert and Layton.) 

Lazear, Hiram Y., Chicago, 111., and J. L. Sharp, New York, N. Y. ; said Lazear assignor, 

by mesne as.signments, to said Sharp. Gas-heater. (Reissue) 

LeaMond, James H., New York, N. Y. Combined lounge and bath. 

Leach, Samuel S., Owego, N. Y. Car-brake 

Leach, Smith S., St. Louis, Mo. Water-closet valve 

Leach, Thomas, assignor to Reed & Barton, Taunton, Mass. Baking-dish 

Leak, Elias, Lougton" aud .T. Edwards, Fenton, England. Apparatus for supporting potterj-- 

ware in kilns and o veus 

Leake, Charles E., Hale Street, Staines, England. Rolling plastic composition upon fabrics, 

&c. 



Leake, Lewis W., Oswego, Kans. Churn 

Lear, Derrel W., and M. E. Connett, Little Rock, Ark. Waiter's tray ■- 

Leas, J. Silas. (See Cook and Leas.) 

Leas, J. SUas, Rock Island, and S. Hanson, assignors to Barnard & Leas Manufacturing 

Company, Moline, 111. Apparatus for scouring grain 

Leavitt, Erasmus D., Jr., Camhridgeport, Mass. Pump 



Leavitt, Erasmus D., Jr., Cambiidgeport, Mass. Reheater for compound engines. 
Leavitt, Erasmus D., Jr., Camhridgeport, Mass. Reheater for compound engines. 



Leavitt, Thomas, Everett, Mass. Postmarking and canceling machine 

Le Barron, Russell A. (See Dunn and Le Barron.) 

Le Beau, John J., Cincinnati, Ohio. Balanced slide-valve 

Leber, Lorenz, Pacific, Mo. Stock-car. 

Lebkicher, Edwin M., Philadelphia, Pa. Eelt hat 

Leblanc, Hippolyte, and E. V. A. Loiseau, Paris, France. Electric railway-signal 

Lechner, Franceis M., Waynesburg, assignor to Lechner Mining Machine Company, Co- ? 
lumbus, Ohio. Mining-machine 5 

Lechner, Francis M., Waynesburg, assignor to Lechner Mining Machine Company, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. Mining-machine 

Lechner, Francis M., Waynesburg, assignor of one-half interest to T. Longstreth, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. Hose-coupliiig 

Lechner, FYancis M., Waynesburg, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Lechner Mining Ma- 
chine Company, Columbus, Ohio. Mining-riiachine. (Reissue) 

Lechner Mining Machine Company. (See Lechner, Franceis M., assignor.) 

Lechner Mining Machine Company. (See Lechner, Francis M., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Leclanch6, Georges L., Paris, France, assignor to H. L. Roosevelt, New York, N. Y. Gal- 
vanic battery 

Le Comte, Joseph, et al. (See Perkins, George H., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Lecoq, Gustavo, Paris, France. Distributing currents to electric lamps 

Le Coultre, Benjamin, Geneva, Switzerland. Chronograph 

Lederle, Joseph, Edgewater, and L. Oberlein, New York, N. Y. Ice-house 

Lederle, Joseph, Edgewater, and L. Oberlein, New York, N. Y. Beer-cooler 

Lednura, James I., Denton, Md. Kueading-machine 

Leduc, Albert, Paris, France. Irouing apparatus for use in finishing felt hats 

Lee, Archibald K., Philadelphia, Pa. Compound for artificial stone 

Leo, Archibald K., assignor of one-half to W. Horter, Philadelphi.a, Pa. Asphaltum paint. . 

Lee, Charles B., Galveston, Tex. Condenser 

Lee, David C, Kirkwood, Mo. Pump 

Lee, Earl, Corona, N, Y. Portable house 

Lee, Frederick J., Mallorytown, Ontario, Canada. Gate 

Lee, George P. and L. J., Greece, N. Y. Fruit-drier 

Lee, Homer. (See Guy, Constant A., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Lee, Horace M., Boston, Mass. Passenger-elevator 

Lee, Horace M., Boston, Mass. Car-brake 

Lee, James N,, Natchitoches, La, Portable bath-chamber 

Lee, John C, Ladonia, Tex. Rot.iry cotton-chopper 

Lee, Leverett J, (See Lee, George P. and L. J.) 

Lee, Thomas, Cincinnati, Ohio. Peanut-roaster 

Leeds, Josiah M., Kokomo, Ind. Building houses, b.arns, fences, &c 

Leedy, John K., Maurertown, Va. Lift-pump 

Leeser, Jacob, et al. (See Liebmann, Hermann F. W., assignor.) 

Lefever, Daniel M., Syracuse, N. Y. Breech-loading fire-arm 

Leflferts, Ebenezer C, Huntington, N. Y. Vehicle-spring. 

Lefferts, Henry D. B., New Brunswick, N. -J., assignor to E. Gullick. Cloth-stretching ma- 
chine 



Lefferts, Marshall C, assignor to Celluloid Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y. 

Manufactureof syringes from celluloid and other plastic material 

Lefferts, Marshall C, assignor to Celluloid Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y. 

Mantifactnrc of spoons and forks from celluloid, &c ". 

Leffler, Paul W., Grinnell, Iowa. Wire-barbing machine 

Lefort, Henry, Newark, N. J. Watch-crown 

Leger, Eusebe, WaterviUe, Me. Paper-cutter 
Legge, Thomas. (See Jones, Legge, and Bartlett.) 
Lej^wen, W. A, (.See Gorham, Jackson", assignor,) 

Lehman, George, Philadelphia, Pa. Wagon-iack 

Lehman, Heinrich A., Chicago, HI, Device i'or preventing horses from runnin 

Lehman, Herman J., New York, N. Y, Pocket^jook 

Lehmann, Frederick A, (See Rhind, Frank, assignor,) 

Lehmann, Paul, Berlin, Germany, assignor to F. A. Schilling, San Francisco, Cal. Canister. . 

Lebmann, William, Milwaukee, AVis. Millstone paint-staff 

Lehmann, William, Milwaukee, Wis. Truing mUlstone paint-staffs 



235,951 
227,115 
232,192 

227,273 

227,024 

224,449 
230,557 
223,930 

227,023 



9,333 
233,153 
236,048 
231,592 
234,790 

224,450 

231,916 
225,620 
226,526 



232,986 
231,059 

231,060 

231,001 

235,952 

234,679 
232,732 
231,062 
229,321 

232,280 

223,626 

227,170 

9,507 



234,413 

231,725 
230,787 
232,830 
234,133 
235,260 
231,724 
225,991 
235,365 
228,909 
225,398 
231,593 
230,951 
234,412 

226,330 
227,308 
232,731 
228,653 

226,081 
22.5,065 
224,931 

229,429 
229,201 

231,881 

235,953 

235,954 
232,831 
226,329 
225,990 



233,779 

228,085 
234,414 

235,789 
223,853 
230,881 



Dec. 28 
May 4 
Sept, 14 
May 4 

Apr. 27 

Feb. 10 
July 27 
Jan. 27 

Apr. 27 



Aug. 3 
Oct, 12 
Dec. 28 
Aug. 24 
Nov. 23 

Feb. 10 

Sept. 7 
Mar. 16 
Apr. 13 



Oct. 5 
Aug. 10 

Aug. 10 

Aug. 10 

Dec. 28 

Nov. 23 
Sept. 28 
Aug. 10 
June 29 

Sept. 14 

Jan. 13 
May 4 
Dec. 21 



Nov. 16 

Aug. 31 
Aug. 3 
Oct. 5 
Nov. 9 
Dec. 7 
Aug. 31 
Mar. 30 
Dec. 14 
June 15 
Mar. 9 
Aug. 24 
Aug. 10 
Nov, 16 

Apr. 
May 11 
Sept. 28 
June 8 

Mar. 30 
Mar. 2 
Feb. 24 

June 29 
Juno 29 

Aug. 31 

Dec. "28 

Dec. 28 
Oct. 5 
Apr, 6 
Mar. 30 



Oct. 20 
May 25 
Nov. 16 

Dec. 21 
Jan. 27 
Aug, 10 



1116 

26 

377 

210 

1051 

549 
1265 

887 

1050 



308 

8 

105 

61 

292 

158 

357 

236 

(291 

^292 



302 


86 


443 


122 


1228 


339 


1146 


320 


1210 


326 


550 


158 


44 


11 


755 


222 


448 


125 


228 


62 


532 


150 


535 


050 
J 151 


537 


151 


1118 


C308 
J 309 


1083 


291 


1022 


281 


538 


152 


1402 


384 


484 


C134 
1135 


507 


137 


96 


27 


972 


270 


735 


198 


1309 


309 


216 


63 


44 


12 


379 


104 


238 


65 


1307 


368 


1215 




378 




925 


252 


497 


144 


1147 


321 


415 


120 


733 


198 


203 


60 


331 


97 


1021 


281 


593 


158 


1320 


372 


107 


30 


1124 


321 


1526 


421 


1322 


304 


1501 


421 


1120 


309 


1121 




45 


L2,i3 


202 


60 


1214 


344 


1215 


338 


1172 


a33 


730 


199 


891 


249 


790 


211 


343 


99 



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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Alphaletical list of jaatentees — Contiimed. 



121 



Jfame, residence, and invention. 



Lohmpiilil, Ernest, et al. (See Baxley, Levi L.. assignor.) 

Lcib, David, assignor of one-half interesttoG.N.DeweyiColumlius, Oliio. Sewing-machine 



treadle . 



Leidersdorf, Uenihard, and H. M. Mendel, MilTvaukee, "Wis. Drier 

Leiding, Ilerman, ct al. (See Ch.ipman, Samuel J., assignor.) 

Leigh, Lewis. (See Leigh, Lewis E., assignor.) 

Leigh, Lewis E., assignor to himself and L. Leigh, Xew Haven, Conn. Device for stretch- 
ing and .smoothing thread 

LeigUton, .Tames T. (See Sweeney, John, assignor.) 

Leightou, John, London, England. Hand-st.amp 

Leighton, John, Loudon, England. Hand-st.amp 

Leightou, Koseoe G., Skowhegan, Me. Harness-pad 

Leiningcr, Theobald, Washin'ston town.ship. Mercer county, Ohio. "Water-motor 

Leiniugcr. "William H. (See r.irrott, John J. H., assignor.) 

Leiperj Thomas I., assignor to K. "Wctherill & Co., Chester, Pa. Steam-generator 

Leistner. Carl E. and H. H., Lcipsic, Saxony, Germany, assignors to Keuifel & Esser, New 
York, N. T. Tape-measure 

Leistner, Hciniich H. (See Leistner, Carl E. and H. H.) 

Leiter, .John H. (See Lowo and Leiter.) 

Leland, Edwin J., AYoree.ster, Mass. Electric hurglar-alarm for safes 

Leland, .John J. (See Tifl'any, Allicrt K., assignor.) 

Leland. Somers S. (See Stuart. "William M., assignor.) 

Leland, "William P., Mendou, Mich. Hay -rack 

Lemke, Alphons, Aschaffenburg, Bavaria. Lock 



Appa- 



Lemmau, John, "Wakeiield, Mass. Chair-seat 

Lemon, Clharles E. (See Lemon. Hamlin T., assignor.) 

Lemon, Hamlin T., assignor to himself and C. E. Lemon, Indianapolis, Ind. Diagram for 

theaters, &c 

Lemon. John. (See Lotz and Lemon.) 

Lempriere, "William G., et al. (See Herrenschmidt, Henri, assignor.) 

Lenaner, Augustus E., "Washington, D. C, assignor to J. Heitz, Sr., Patterson, Pa. 

ratus for purifying water and other liquids 

Lcnglet, Louis, St. Louis, Mo. Hermetically-sealed jar 

Lenglet. Louis, St. Louis, Mo. Machine for corrugating metal covers for seaUng jars 

Lenglet. Louis, St. Louis, Mo. Lining for fish-cans 

Lenhardt, Philip F. (See Liedtkie, John, assignor.) 

Lenhart, Lewis Y., Eed "Wing, Minn. Seed-planter 

Le Noir, TVilliam B., 'Lower Peach Tree, Ala. Sad-iron heater. 

Lo !Noir, "William B., Lower Peach Tree. Ala. "Washing apparatus. (Keissne) 

Le N oir, "William B., and E. P. Chunn, Lower Peach Tiee, Ala. ; said Chunn assignor to 

said Le Noir. Attachment to balances 

Lenox, Edwin S., New York, N. Y. Bale-tie 

Lenox, Edwin S., assignor to "Washburn &Moen Manufacturing Company, "Worcester, Mass. 

"Wire bale-band 

Lenox, Edwin S., assignor to "Washburn & Moen Manufacturing Company, "Worcester, Mass. 

"Wire bale-band 

Lentz. Gustav, assignor to Actien-Gesellschaft fuer Locomotivbau Hohenzollem, Dussel- 

dorf, Germany. Tank-locomotive 

Leonard, Abner, Jr., Plymouth, Mass. Shank-stiffener for boots and shoes 

Leonard, Beraard, Mahanoy City, Pa. Coal and rock drill 

Leonard, Charles L., et al. (See Taft, George H., assignor.) 

Leonard, George B., Lawton Station, If . Y. Hose-carriage 

Leonard, Harvey E., San Erancisco, assignor of one-third to E. "W.Elliott, Oakland, Cal. } 

Sinking txibes and running tunnels and drifts by pneumatic pressure 5 

Leonard, James M. (See Murrell, Samuel, assignor.) 
Leonard Silk Company. (See Martin and Taylor, assignors.) 
Leonard, Sumner JF., it al. (See Taft, George H., assignor.) 

Leonhart. Jacob J., and L. "Werle, "Warren, Pa. Gig-saddle 

Leopold, Charles T., assignor to Lloyd, Supplee & Walton, Philadelphia, Pa. Meat-cutter. . 

Le Eoy, Charles J., Palestine, Tex. Back and spool for holding rope-coils 

Lo Eoy, Charles J., Palestine, Tex. Grinding planer-knives 

Le Eoy, Charles J., Palestine, Tex. Eeel for mea.suriug bagging, &c 

Lo Eoy, Henry, assignor of one-half interest to H. E. Cahill, Akron, Ohio. Flue-cleaner 

Le Eoy, Tennis V., TJtica, N. Y. Car-axle box. (Eeissue) 



Lescale. John M., PaincourtviUe, La. Apparatus for bleaching cane-jnice. (Eeissue) 

Leschzincr, "Wilhelm, ct al. (See Stein, Hernnann, assignor.) 

Leslie, Benjamin J., De Mossville, Ky. Eeversihle plow". 1 

Lessey, Samuel H. (See Arthur, Charles M., assignor.) 

Lesson, Philip, Newark, N. J., assignor to Dover Stamping Company, Boston, Mass. Manu- 
facture of sheet-metal spoons 

Lester, Daniel M., Norwich. Conn. Envelope-machine 

Lester, James S., Atlanta, (ia. Shirt 

Leszynsk V, Lesser, San Francisco, (jal. Button 

Letchworth, George J., Buffalo, N. Y. Bridle-hit 

Letellier, George F., assignor of one-third to C. H. Penow, Tye Eiver Depot, Va. Mill- 
stone-dressing machine , 

Lctourneau, Joseph S.. Tucker, 111. Lifting-bar for wagons 

Lettenmayer, Charles E. (See "Wardwell and Lettenmayer.) 

Lettenmyer, George, assignor to himself and E. Fleming, Little Georgetown, "W. Va. Car- 
penter's work -bench. 



No. 



225,150 
223,597 



235,261 

225,936 
227,983 
231,594 
224,299 

227,437 

233,358 

230,788 

224,451 
234,592 
226,082 

228,204 



225,014 
229,537 
231,917 
232,517 

232,281 

223,596 
9,134 

226,083 
228,767 

230,789 

230,790 

231,337 
235,541 
224,300 

232,136 
235,955 



226,079 
230,708 
232,733 
234,299 
235,264 
230,139 

9,084 

9,045 

235,156 



Lctterman, Charles, Syracuse, assignor to C. S. Trowbridge and G. P. Eoseboom, Auburn, 
N. Y. Grooving sheet-metal pipes. (Eei 



„ tr-- (Eeissue) _ 

I..enchsenriDg, Eobcrt, New Bedford, Mass. Eotary engine 

Leuckel, John. (See Bowman, Oliver O., a.ssignor.) 

Levakc, AVinfield S., a.ssignor of one- half to E. Slaight, Cleveland, Ohio. Boiler-flue cleaner. 

Levallcy, Christopher "W., St. Paul, Minn. Grain-binder 

Levalloy, Christopher W., St, Paul, Minn. Harvester 



232,832 
220,331 
226,080 
232,044 
231,063 

236,049 

227,274 



227,275 

9,343 
225,226 

234,044 



226,865 
228,540 



Date. 



Mar. 2 
Jan. 13 



Dec. 7 

Mar. 30 
May 25 
Aug. 24 
Feb. 10 

May 11 

Oct. 19 

Aug. 3 

Feb. 10 
Nov. 16 
Mar. 30 

June 1 



Mar. 2 
July 6 

Sept. 7 
Sept. 21 

Sept. 14 

Jan. 13 
Mar. 30 

Mar. 30 
June 15 

Aug. 3 

Aug. 3 

Aug. 17 
Dec. 14 
Feb. 10 

Sept. 14 
Dec. 28 



Mar. 30 
Aug. 3 
Sept. 28 
Nov. 9 
Dec. 7 
July 20 

Feb. 17 

Jan. 13 

Dec. 7 



Oct. 5 
Apr. 6 
Mar. 30 
Sept. 7 
Aug. 10 

Dec. 28 
May 4 



May 4 

Aug. 17 
Mar. 9 

Nov. 2 
Apr. 27 
Juno 8 



Monthly 
volume. 



p. 



194 
475 



239 

1145 

1058 

1149 

379 

407 

713 

217 

553 

966 

1320 

48 



36 

38 
45 

778 

487 

474 
1400 

1321 

758 

218 

219 

860 
599 
380 

307 
1121 



1318 
132 

1024 
.■iSO 
242 
744 

919 

519 

115 



47 

204 

1319 

202 

539 

1229 
211 



212 

911 
290 

270 
850 
453 



54, 55 
128 



65 

325 
301 
321 

107 

118 
195 

63 



159 

:256 

257 

372 



15 



11 

10 

11 

215 

:i35 
136 

128 
394 

372 

208 

63 

64 

242 
170 
107 



C309 
J 310 



371 
39 

282 

157 
66 

208 
C262 
^263 

140 

33 



14 
60 

372 
55 

152 

339 
62 



02 

256 

83 

73,74 
f238 
J 239 
1240 
1 241 
123 



Official 
Gazette. 



18 
17 
17 
18 
18 

18 
17 



17 

18 
17 

18 

\" 

17 



fl< 



489 
95 



1321 

694 

1181 

452 

286 

1055 

871 

282 

313 

1164 

721 

1235 



403 
14 

532 
668 

613 

95 
735 

722 
1363 

282 

282 

399 
1389 

286 

582 
1491 



721 
268 
716 
1092 
1321 
139 

386 

103 

1300 



746 
783 
721 
558 
341 

1508 
1012 



1012 

409 
519 

1031 

922 

1307 



122 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabeiieal list of ;patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 






Official 
Gazette. 



Levalley, Cliristopber W., St. Paul, Minn. Grain-binder 

Lovanway, William A., Oakland, Cal. ThiU-conpling 

Levett, Alexander. (See Haas, Harry L., assignor.) 

Levey, Charles, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Furnace 

Levi, Albert A., et al. (See Krouse, Samuel E., assignor.) 

Levi, Emil S. (See Walker, William, assignor.) 

Levin, Samuel, assignor of one-fourth interest to N. Snyder, Pittsburg, Pa. Eyeglass 

Lovincss, John, and P. Vanhoru, Brooklyn, assignors to J. S. Sanborn, New York, N. T. 
Paper-cutting machine. (Reissue) 

Levison, W. Goold, Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric lamp 

Lev\-, Edmund L. (See Schaubel, Henry, assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Levy, Louis W., New York, N. Y. Watch-case spring 

Lewin, George W., Somerset, (Fall River P. O.,) Mass. Register -knob 

Lewin, John M., assignor of one-half interest to J. B. Naismith, Lockport, N. Y. Bottle 
stopper and fastening 

Lewis, Alexander C, Fayetteville, Ark. Rotary engine 

Lewis, Alfred N. (See Deutsch and Kanouse, assignors.) 

Lewis, Bennett S. (See Day and Lewis.) 

Lewis, Ch.arles J. (See Smith, Benjamin F., assignor.) 

Lewis, CharlesS., assignor to Waterbury Clock Company, Waterbury, Conn. Calendar-clock. 

Lewis, Christopher, and B. Evans, assignors of one-third interest to H. D. Turney, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. Manufacture of shovels 

Lewis, Clark, Cassville, assignor to Lewis Counterpressure Locomotive Comp.any, Water- ) 
ville, N. Y. Steam-brake 5 

Lewis, Clay E., et al. (See Raby, Richard, Jr., assignor.) 

Lewis Counterpressui'e Locomotive Company. (See Lewis, Clark, assignor.) 

Lewis, Daniel F. (See Fowler and Lewis.) 

Lewis, David M., Memphis, Tenn. Harness pipe-loop attachment for wax-thread sewing- 
machines 

Lewis, Frank A., Porter township, Van Buren county, Mich., assignor of one-half interest 
to G. B. Lewis. Car-coupling 

Lewis, Fredrique R., Troy, N. Y. Device for cutting fabrics 

Lewis, George B., and C. E. Parks, Watertown, Wis. Combined track and supporting- 
fram 



Lewis, George T., Philadelphia, Pa., and E. O. Bartlett, Pemberton, N. J. Refining lead- 
fames 

Lewis, George T., Philadelphia, Pa., and E. O. Bartlett, Pemberton, N. J. Manufacturing 
pigment bases 

Lewis, George T., Philadelphia, Pa. Refining waste lead-fumes , 

Lewis, George T.. Philadelphia, Pa. Making white pigments from lead sulphnrets 

Lewis, (George T., Philadelphia, Pa., and E. 0. Bartlett, Pemberton, N. J. Refining lead- 
fumes. (Reissue) 

Lewis, Gilens B. (See Lewis, Frank A., assignor.) 
Lewis, G. T. (See Styron, John L., assignor.) 

Lewis, Henry M., et dl, trustees. (See Gilbert, John W., assignor.) (Reissue.) 
Lewis, Henry M., et at, trustees. (See Grout, Charles P., assignor.) (Reissue.) 
Lewis, Henry M., et ah. trustees. (See Starr, Eli T., assignor.) 
Lewis, Herman J. S. (See Pratt and Lewis.) 

Lewis, H. M., et al., trustees. (See Bonwill, William G. A., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 
Lewis, H. M., et al., trustees. (See Eeid, Hiram A., assignor.) (Reissue.) 
Lewis, J. A. (See Smith, Henry E., assignor.) 
"Lewis, .James D., Oshkosh, Wis. Hoof-protector 



Lewis, .James H., Detroit, Mich. Potato-digger 

Lewis, John, Birmingham, England. Banker's check 

Lewis, John H. (See Jurisch, Lewis, Proell, and Scharowsky.) 

Lewis, John L., Pittsburjj, Pa. Power-press 

Lewis, Leroy S., Eockville, Conn. Tool for repairing axle-arms 

Lewis, Mortimer G., Lowville, assignor to Hall Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y. 
Pipe-giipe 

Lewis, Nathan C, Boston, Mass. Machine for making naUs 

Lewis, Pearl C. Catskiil, N. Y. Combined syringe and force-pump 

Lewis, Romeo W., Sacramento, Cal. Signal-lantern 

Lewis, Samiiel T. (See Haupt, Jacob B., assignor.) 

Lewis, Tristram S., Saco, Me. Guide-rein terret 

Lewis, Wilfred. (See Roberts and Lewis.) 

Lewis, William I., Westbrook, Conn. Medical compound 

Lewis, William J., Pittsburg, Pa. Machine for coiling wire and rods 

Lex, Jacob. (See Simon anil Lex.) 

Lcyburn, Edward J., Fredericksburg, Va. Truck 

Lcycuras, Jean, Paris, Franco. Heel for boots and shoes 

Leydcu, John E. (See Duncan" and Leyden.) 

Libbcy, Samuel P., and A. L. Paroelle, Boston, Mass. Ink-fountain 

Libbcy, William L., Boston, Mass. Mold and process for the manufacture of glassware 

Libby', Caleb A., assignor of one-half to M. V. Pratt, Evansville, Ind. Spring-bed 

Libby. Frank V., Manchester, N. H. Cuff-supporter 

Libby & Spier. (See Gilbert, Charles A., assignor.) 

Lickiider. Samuel E., Everett, Mo. Stock-feeder 

Liddell, Robert, et al. (See Bates, Samuel A., assignor.) 

Liddle, Robert Z., and R. Morris, assignors to J. S. Perry, Albany, N. Y. Stove-grate 

Lidren, Christopher, assignor to himself and R. Jackson, La Faj-ette, Lad. Reaping and 
binding machine 

Lidsf "one, James, Farmington, Mo. Steam-cooker 

Lieb, Charles, New York, N. Y. Machine for stitching books with metallic staples 

Lieb, John W., Newark, N. J. Traveling-bag 

Lieb, John W., Newark, N. J. Hub for locks 

Lieb, Thomas, Woodhaven, N. Y. Apparatus for drawing effervescent liquids 

Liebmann, Hermann F. AV., Chicago, 111., assignor of two-thirds interest to A. V.Coale 
J. Lceser. Marking-pot 

Liedman, Gustav. (See Beeger, Karl, assizor.) 

Liedtkio, John, assignor to himself and P. F. Lenhardt, Brooklyn, N. Y. Machine for fin- 
ishing leather 



232,518 
228,086 

227,906 



Sept. 21 
May 25 



) and 



230,558 
228,-821 



224,930 

224,094 
232,647 

232,833 

223,931 

223,932 
224,548 
224,549 

9,442 



224,704 
227,984 
228,087 

235,865 
232,407 

231,181 
225,066 
230,639 
225,397 

232,193 

226,084 
229,718 

234,486 
235,262 

230,028 
234,300 
234,303 
229,324 

231,823 

233,939 

230,792 
233,261 
226,086 
233,134 
234,.302 
228,910 

227,117 



May 25 



232,985 Oct 



9,054 
227,025 

227,116 
232,984 

230,791 
233,260 



228,261 



Jan. 20 
Apr. 27 


May 4 
Oct. 5 


Aug. 3 
Oct. 12 


June 1 


July 27 


June 15 


Feb. 24 


Feb. 3 

Sept. 28 


Oct. 5 


Jan. 27 


Jan. 27 
Feb. 17 
Feb. 17 


Nov. 2 


Feb. 17 


May 25 


May 25 


Dec. 28 
Sept. 21 


Aug. 17 
Mar. 2 
Aug. 3 
Mar. 9 


Sept. 14 


Mar. 30 
July 6 


Nov. 16 
Dec. 7 


July 13 
Nov. 9 
Nov. 9 
June 29 


Aug. 31 


Nov. 2 


Aug. 3 
Oct. 12 
Mar. 30 
Oct. 12 
Nov. 9 
June 15 


May 4 


July 13 



779 
1172 



904 



207 



713 
1052 



27 
226 



220 
569 



123 

12G6 

829 



1122 



147 

927 



48 



889 
667 
668 

345 



843 
1059 
1173 

1007 
649 

689 

108 

54 

496 

378 

1322 
238 

820 
240 

001 

582 

584 

1410 

1428 

128 

222 
570 
1324 
445 
583 
927 

28 



216 
333 

C276 

1277 



62 



192 
292 



61 



C4 
157 



35, 36 

357 
f226 
1227 



320 

41 
255 

14 

236 

236 
190 
191 

95 



240 
C301 
i302 

334 

278 
179 

193 
30 
15 

144 

103 



66 

219 
66 

167 
158 
158 
386 

402 

33 

64,65 
158 
373 
122 
158 



18 
17 

I- 



18 

17 

17 

17 
18 

18 
13 



17 

18 
}17 



17 

17 
18 

18 

17 

17 
17 
17 

18 



17 

[- 
17 

18 
18 

18 
17 
18 
17 

18 

17 

18 

18 
18 

18 
18 
18 
17 

18 

18 

18 
18 
17 
18 
IS 
17 

17 



451 125 18 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1880. 
Alpliabelical list of patentees — Continued. 



123 



Name, residence, and invention. 




Ligbt, Frederick, Jr. (See Kriebel, Hosea K., assignor.) (Eeissue.) 

Lightcap, "William H., Hazel Green, "Wis., assignor of one-tMrd to M. M. Cady, Dubuque, 
ioTva. Wrench 

Liglitfoot, John J., et al. (See King, George W., assignor.) 

Ligbtball, Almerin H., San Francisco, Cal. Pump 

Liehthall. Hiram. (See Miller and Lighthall.) 

Ligbtball, "William A., BrookljTi, assignor to himself, "W. H. Jo-well, E. G. Fnxber, and C. M. 
Hastings, New York, N. Y. Eefrigerating apparatus 

Lignoid i"ancy Article Manufacturing Company. (See Villiers, Eugene, assignor.) 

Ligon, Edwin T., Demopolis, Ala. Pump 

Xigowskv, George, and A. "Woeber, assignors of one-third interest to D. Folz, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Target-ball 

Ligowsky, George, Cincinnati, Ohio. Flying target 

Xilley, Robert M. (See Conroy, Edward, assignor.) 

LUlie, S. Morris, Philadelphia, Pa. Fire-extinguisher. (Eeissue) 

Lillie, S. Morris, Philadelphia, Pa. Time-lock unlocking attachment 

LiUenthal, Gustav. (See Lilienthal, Otto and G.) 

Lilienthal, Otto and G., Berlin, Prussia, assignors to F. A. Eichter, Eudolstadt, Germany. 
Composition toy building-block 

Lilly, Charles H., New York, N. Y. Lightning-rod insulator 

Lilly, Charles H., New York, N. Y. Connection for lightning-rods 

Lilly, Julius "W., Binghamton, assignor to L. Lilly, Castle Creek, N. Y. Door-mat 

Lilly, Lewis. (Seo Lilly, Julius AV., assignor.) 

Lima, Santiago, assignor of one-half to G. "W. Hojer, New York, N. Y. Liquid starch-pol- 
ish compound ^ 

Limpert, Michael, Pittsburg, Pa. .Car-heater 

Linck, Emil J., Baltimore, Md. Pattern-chart for drafting garments 

Lincoln, Elisha "W., assignor to C. J. Geier, Eichmond, Ind. Fluid soap 

Lincoln, Horatio B., et al. (See Stamour, John B., assignor.) 

Lincoln, Isaac M., JProvidence, E. L Cattle-car 

Lincoln, Isaac "W., St. Joseph, Mo. Combined dough-kneader and flour-sifter 

Lincoln, Isaac "W., St. Joseph, Mo. Combined biscuit cutter and sticker 

Lincoln, "William E. (See Sanford, Addison V., assignor.) 

Lincoln, "William E., "Warren, Mass. Milk-cooler 

Lincoln, "William 0., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to S. "W. Lambeth, Philadelphia, Pa. Fly- 
fan 

Lincoln, "SVilliam S. (See Eayer and Lincoln.) Reissue.) 

Lindberg, Theodore. (See Qiilntavallo and Lindberg.) 

Lindblom, Charles A., New York, N. Y. Car-truck 

Linde, Charles P. G., Munich, Germany. Eefrigerating and ice-making apparatus 

Lindemann, Albert J., Milwaukee, "Wis. Machine for making stove-pipe elbows 

Linderman, Albert T., Whitehall, Mich. Circular seed-drill and cultivator 

Lindgrcn, Alfred. (See Norman, Andrew A., assignor.) 

Lindgren, August, Moline, 111. Sulky-plow 

Lindner, Moritz, Chemnitz, Saxony, (Germany Pattern-chain for looms 

Lindsay, James A., Kendall, assignor of two-thirds interest to J. J. Vandergrift, Oil City, 
and "\T. A. Spring, Kendall, Pa. Liquid-tester 

Lindsay, Josiah. (See Campbell and Lindsay.) 

Lindsay, William &., "Winnebago, assignor of one-half to J. "W. Edwards, "Winneconne, "Wis. 
Ironing-table 

Lindsay, "William G., "Winneconne, "Wis. Stove-pipe damper 

Lindsey, George "W., Baltim'ore, Md. Animal-trap ^. . 

Lindsey, George "W., Baltimore, Md. Hat-holder 

Lindsley, Isaac, Pawtucket, assignor to himself and S. Scholfiold, Providence, E. I. Com- 
pressed-tobacco smoking-tube 

Lindsley, Isaac, Pawi;ucket, assizor to himself and S. Scholfield, Providence, E. I. Manu- ? 
factufe of coherent compressed tobacco j 

Linehan, "William, Chicago, 111. Device for feeding fluid into boilers to prevent incrustation . . 

Lines, Henrj', New Haven, Conn. Landau-carriage top. (Eeissue) 

Linford, Charles, Pittsburg, Pa. Underground telegraph 

Linford, Charles, Leicester, Engl.and. Gas-engino 

Lingard, James "W., New "Y"ork, N. Y. Pantaloons 

Link, Frederic "W., assignor to himstif and N. Holloway, Belmont, Ohio. Eotary engine. . . 

Linn, Sylvester J., Mondamin. Iowa. Chum-dasher 

Linscott, Charles F., Boston, Mass. Glass-plate oleaner 

Linsenmayer, Georgo. Philadelphia, Pa. Electro-deposition of aluminium and gold alloy. . . 

Linthicum, James S., Baltimore, assignor to"W. Linthlcum, Brooklyn, Md. Dximping-wagon . . 

Linthicum, "WiUiam. (See Linthicum, James S., assignor.) 

Lintner, Daniel H., Millersville, Pa. Mincing-machine 

Lintner, Daniel H., "Millersville, Pa. Meat-cutter 

Linton, A., et al. (See Dollofl", "Wellington P., assignor.) 

Linton, P., et al. (See Dolloff, "Wellington P., assignor.) 

Linville, "Worley, Carrville, Tcnn. Fence 

Lipe, Charles E., Syracuse, N. Y. Broom-sewing machine 

Lipe, "Walter. , (See Bendix, George E.. assignor.) 

Lippincott, Lcander K., "Washington, D. 0. Sash-fastener 

Lippitt, Francis J., "Washington, D. C. Eyelet-punch for paper-fasteners 

Lippy, David, and .J. B. Eoush, Mansfield, Ohio. Traction-engine 

Lipscombe, John E. (See Scannell and Lipscombe.) 

Lipsey, Andrew B.. "West Hoboken, N. J. Disintegrating apparatus 

Lislmess. Lysander J. (See Mcintosh and Lishness.) 

Lisle, "William, Jr., et al. (See Paul, George D., assignor.) 

Lissbcrger, Abraham K., Boston, Mass., and S. D. Samuels, Monson, Me. ; said Samuels as- 
signor to said Lissberger. Eailway-car 

Lister, Alfred and E., Newark, N. J. Apparatus for drying glue 

Lister, Alfred and E., Newark, N. J. Apparatus for evaporating liquors for the manufac- 
ture of gluo ; 

Lister, Alfred and E., Newark. N. J. Filter 

Lister, Edwin. (See Lister, Alfred and E.) 

Lister, Isaac .T.. Eichwood, Ohio. Bnrglar-alarm 



234,994 
232,520 

224,785 

224,193 

225,621 
231,919 

9,023 
223,933 



233,780 
230,290 
230,293 
232,408 



234,680 
224,194 

224,832 

225,400 

233,630 
226,085 
230,294 

229,262 

228,466 



231,822 

228,364 
232,045 
226,178 

224,195 
224,550 

232,519 



234,791 
235,263 
225,708 
226,087 

235,885 

235,886 

225,022 
9,117 
224,551 
232,987 
225,399 
226,527 
230,295 
229,430 
231,064 
228,055 

223,809 
223,810 



230,559 
229 322 

224,833 
230,296 
230,297 

230,140 



223,291 

228,541 

208,542 I 
233,940 

226,236 1 



Date. 


Monthly 
volume. 


Offic 
Gaze 


o 

P< 
03 


to 
R 


i 


Nov. 30 


1465 


394 


18 


Sept. 21 


781 


(216 
i217 


}18 


Feb. 24 


971 


270 


17 


Feb. 3 


254 


74 


17 


Mar. 16 
Sept. 7 


755 

47 


222 
11 


17 

18 


Jan. 6 
Jan. 27 


252 
890 


67 
237 


17 
17 


Oct. 26 
July 20 
July 20 
Sept. 21 


1217 
921 
926 
650 


338 
262 
263 
179 


18 
18 
18 
18 


Nov. 23 
Feb. 3 

Feb. 24 

Mar. 9 


1084 
255 

1017 

499 


'"74" 

(288 
^289 
(290 


18 
17 

V17 

17 


Oct. 26 
Mar. 30 
July 20 


1052 

1323 

927 


293 
373 
263 


18 
17 
18 


June 29 


1323 


365 


17 


June 8 


361 


98 


17 


Aug. 31 
June 1 
Sept. 7 
Apr. 6 


1426 

229 

202 

37 


401 

65 

55 

9 


18 
17 
18 
17 


Feb. 3 
Feb. 17 


256 
669 


74 
191 


17 
17 


Sept. 21 


780 


216 


18 


Nov. 23 
Dec. 7 
Mar. 23 
Mar. 30 


1211 
241 
868 

1325 


327 

66 

254 

373 


18 
18 
17 
17 


Dec. 28 
Dec. 28 


1029 
1030 


284 

(284 

1285 

£23 

240 

191 

63 

144 

126 

264 

421 

"159' 


18 

}18 

17 
17 
17 
18 
17 
17 
18 
17 
18 
17 


Mar. 16 
Mar. 16 
Feb. 17 
Oct. 5 
Mar. 9 
Apr. 13 
July 20 
June 29 
Aug. 10 
Juno 8 


756 
821 
669 
229 
498 
449 
928 
1529 
540 
595 


Jan. 27 
Jan. 27 


738 
739 


199 
199 


17 
17 


July 27 


1260 


357 


18 


Juno 29 


1404 


(385 
1386 


1- 


Feb. 24 
July 20 
July 20 


1019 
929 
930 


290 
264 
264 


17 
18 
18 


July 20 


745 


208 


18 


Jan. 6 
June 8 


102 
456 


25 
124 


17 
17 


Juno 8 
Nov. 2 


458 
129 


124 
35 


17 
18 


Apr. 6 


105 


28 


17 



1259 
608 

408 

245 

608 
532 

46 
182 



965 
160 
167 
646 



1190 
245 

410 

553 

937 
722 
167 

1460 

1294 



503 

1264 

558 

752 

245 
343 

668 



1210 

1321 

636 

722 

1476 

1476 

608 
619 
344 
776 
552 
833 
107 

1487 
341 

1329 

153 
158 



229 
1470 

410 
167 
167 

139 



19 
1308 



1308 
1008 



704 



124 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



ITamc, residence, and invention. 



Lislon, Joseph M. (See Skidmore, Listen, and Skidmore.) 

Litchfield, "WiUiam R., Gold HiU, Nev. Fruit-picker 

Litle, John D., assignor of one-half interest to G. O. Moen, Petaluma, Cal. 



Dividing-com- 



passes - 



Li'ttell, James B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Child's chair and carriage guard 

Little, Eugene J., et al. (See Munger, Jerome S., assignor.) 

Little, Eugene J., Edenburg, Pa. Casing for oil-wells 

Little, George, Oldham, andT. C. Eastwood, Bradford, England. Combing machinery 

Little, George, West Bergen, N. J. Relay or sounder magnet 

Little, Lee C, Pittsburg, Pa. Metal-boring tool 

Littlefield, Frederick n. (See Bissell and Littlefield.) 

Little.iohn, Charles P., New Haven, Conn. Cuff-button and stud 

Littlejohn, Charles P., assignor of one-half to H. Pord, New Haven, Conn. Carriage-boot- 
flap hook 

Littler, John A., et al. (See Copeland, Samuel E., assignor.) 

Littmann, Franz, Halle-on-tho-Saale, Prussia, Germany. Ice-machine 

Litzenberg, Benjamin P., Russell, Iowa. Sulky-plow 

Livermoro, Charles F. (See Lockwood and Bartlett, assignors.) 

Livermore Charles W., Providence, R. I. Stylographic fountain-pen 

Livermore, John "W., Kingsburg, Cal. Horse hay-fork 

Livei-more, Joseph P., Cambridge, Mass., assignor to American Bell Telephone Company. 
Microphone 

Livermore, Thomas S. (See Barry, James R., assignor.) 

Livermore, Thomas S., Leicester, Mass. Latch , 

Livesey, James, and J. Kidd, Loudon, England. Apparatus for enriching gas 

Livesey, James, J. and J. Kidd, London, England. Apparatus for enriching gas 

Livesey, James, J. and J. Kidd, London, England. Apparatus for enriching gas 

Livesey, Olin L. (See Nichols, Manwaring, and Livesey.) 

Livingston, Francis M., Newark, N. J., assignor to D. B. Howell & Co., New York, N. Y. 
Pencil-sharpener 

Livingston, Herbert, Quincy, 111. Draft-bar for vehicles 

Livingston, Joseph W., Syracuse, N. Y. Breech-loading fire-arm 

Livingston, Thomas "W., Ainsworth, Iowa. Magneto-electric machine 

Livingstone, "William, New York, N. Y. Box 

Lloyd, James. (See Thompson and Lloyd.) 

Lloyd, John S., ITlemington, N. J. Smoke and cinder conveyer for locomotives 

Lloyd, John S., Flemington, N. J. Stump-puller 

Lloyd, John S. , llemington, N. J. Ventilating railway-cars, &c 

Lloyd, Reuben H. (See Williams, George E., assignor.) 

Lloyd, Supplee & Walton. (See Hinton, James, assignor.) 

Lloyd, Supplee & Walton. (See Leopold, Charles T., assignor.) 

Lobdell, Alonzo, Racine, Wis. Cording attachment for sewing-machines 

Lobdell, Flint, et al. (See Smith and Joslip, assignors.) 

Lobdell, Richard, et al. (See Smith and JosUn, assignors.) 

Loch, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Padlock 

Locke, Alpheus C. (See Locke, Nathaniel C, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Locke, Alpheus C, et al. (See Noyes, George E., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Locke, Charles S. (See Holub and Locke.) 

Locke, Charles S., assignor of two-thirds interest to W. Snyder and O. P. Briggs, Chicago, ? 
HI. Machine for packing meat 5 

Locke, Charles S., assignor to himself and F. Holub, Chicago, 111. Machine for packing 
meat in cans 

Locke, David. (See Bergqvist, Axel P., assignor.) 

Locke, Joseph R., Araesbury, Mass. Carriage-spring 

Locke, Millard F. (See Fine and Locke.) 

Locke, Nathaniel C, et al. (See Noyes, (leorge E., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Locke, Nathaniel C, Salem, Mass. Pressure-regulator 

Locke, Nathaniel C, Salem, Mass., assignor of one-half interest to A. C. Locke. Fluid- 
pressure regulator. (Reissue) 

Locke, Richard B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Track-clearer 

Locke, Sylvanus D., et al. (See Adams, Henry A., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Locke, Sylvanus D., Hoosick Falls, N. Y. Machine for picking hops 



Locke, Sylvanus D., Hoosick Palls, N. Y. Grain-binder. 
Locke, Sylvanus D., Hoosick Falls, N. Y. Harvester 

Locke, Sylvanus D., Hoosick Falls, N. Y. Grain-binder . 



(Reissue) . 



Lockhart, George, T.arrytown, N. Y. Fire-escape 

Lockhart, Jesse, Niantic, HI. Rail-joint 

Lockhart, Jesse, Macon (bounty, HI. Motor for street-cars 

Lockhart, Jesse. (See Grush and Lockhart.) 

Lockie, Andrew J., assignor of one-half interest to M. J. Hurd, Rochester, Minn, 
horses' hoofs 



Pad for 



Lockman, Henry S., Castleton, N. Y. Pump 

Lockwood, Charles S. (See Hyatt, Lockwood, and Stevens.) 
Lockwood, Edward K. (See Rose, John H., assignor.) 

Lockwood, Henry S., assignor to himself and W. A. Wheeler, South Norwalk, Conn, 
pistol 

Lockwood, James K 
Lockwood, John W. 
Lockwood, Robert M, 

New York, N. Y. 
Lockwood, Robert M. 

New York, N. Y. 
Lockwood, Robert M 

New York, N. Y. 
Lockwood, Robert M 

New York, N. Y. 
Lockwood, Robert M 

New York, N. Y. 



Toy 



Alpena, Mich. Circular saw. (Reissue) 

(See Smith, Francis P., assignor.) 
and S. H. Bartlett, assignors of one-half interest to C. F. Livermore, 

Transmitter for telephones 

., and S. H. Bartlett, assignors of one-half interest to C. F. Livermore, 
Telephone-receiver , 

, and S. H. Bartlett, assignors of one-half interest to C. F. Livermore, 

Transmitter for telephones 

., and S. H. Bartlett, assignors of one-half interest to C. F. Livermore, 
Transmitter and repeater for telephones 

, and S. H. Bartlett, assignors of one-half interest to C. F. Livennore, 
Transmitter for telephones 



No. 



Date. 



229,150 

229,619 
231,918 

234,995 
226,332 
234,415 
225,291 

232,194 

234,301 

234,792 
224,095 

225,401 
233,524 

232,734 

225,707 
227,549 
227,547 
227,548. 



229,323 
226,407 
227,907 
229,719 
233,265 

227,550 
228,088 
229,720 



223,364 
228,656 

223,522 

227,276 
224,597 

225,015 

9,466 
233,359 

223,854 

9,102 
233,781 

235,443 

228,822 
229,538 
231,183 

226,262 
228,089 



229,721 
9,197 



228,824 
228,825 
228,826 
229,151 
229,152 



June 22 

July 
Sept. 7 

Nov. 30 
Apr. 6 
Nov. 16 
Mar. 9 

Sept. 14 

Nov. 9 

Nov. 23 
Feb. 3 

Mar. 9 
Oct. 19 

Sept. 28 

Mar. 23 
May 11 
May 11 
May 11 



June 29 
Apr. 13 
May 25 
Jtdy 6 
Oct. 12 

May 11 
May 25 
July 6 



Jan. 6 
June 8 

Jan. 13 

May 4 
Feb._ 17 

Mar. 2 

Nov. 10 
Oct. 19 

Jan. 27 

Mar. 2 
Oct. 26 

Dec. 14 

June 15 
July 6 
Aug. 17 

June 1 
May 35 



July 6 
May 11 



June 15 
June 15 
June 15 
Jtuie 22 
June 22 



Monthly 
volume. 



aa 



1203 

125 

46 

1466 
206 
737 
376 

379 

582 

1211 
147 

499 
909 

1025 

867 
.528 
526 
527 



1410 
300 
965 
239 
573 

529 

1174 

241 



178 
596 

386 

213 
733 

37 

1026 
714 

790 

250 
1217 

475 

831 

39 

091 

129 
1176 



242 
599 



834 

836 

837 

1204 

1204 



329 

34 
11 

394 

61 

199 

110 

105 

158 

327 
41,42 

144 
250 

282 

254 
153 
153 
153 



380 
86 

277 
66 

1.59 

153 

334 

66 



47 
159 



C102 
ll03 

62 

208 



11 

274 
195 

■211 

212 

[213 

70,71 

(338 

}3,39 

C134 

il35 

227 

10 

194 



36 
C334 
^335 



67 

172 



228 
228 
228 
330 
330 



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Gazette. 



be 



17 

18 
18 

18 
17 
18 
17 

18 

IS 

18 
17 

17 
18 

18 

17 
17 
17 
17 



17 
17 
17 
18 
18 

17 
17 
18 



17 

17 

17 

17 

17 



18 
18 



17 



17 

Us 



17 
18 
18 



17 

■17 



18 
17 



1435 

27 
532 

1259 
783 

1126 
532 

594 

1092 

1210 

228 

553 
903 

716 

636 
1076 
1076 
1076 



1471 
810 

1167 

43 

840 

1076 

1200 

44 



32 
1329 

81 

1013 
354 

463 

1174 

871 

165 

500 
965 

1368 

1372 

14 

372 

1247 
1200 



44 

1088 



1373 
1373 
1.373 
1435 
1435 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1860. 
Alphaieiical list of patentees — Continued.. 



125 



Name, residence, and invention. 



LocliTVOod, Robert M. , and S. H. Bartlett, assignors of one-half interest to C . F. Livermore, 
New York, !N". S". Transmitter for telephones 

Lockwood, Robert M., and S. H. Bartlett, assignors to Molecular Telephone Company, New 
York, N. Y. Telephone-receiver ; 

Lockwood Telephone Company. (See Lockwood, William C., assignor.) 

Lockwood, William, Sheffield," England, assignor of one-half interest to J. Turnbull, Jr., 
Glasgow, Scotland. Spring for pistons 

Lockwood, William C, assignor to Lockwood Telephone Company, Chicago, 111. Tele- J 
phone - 5 

Lockwood, William C. assiguor to Lockwood Telephone Company, Chicago, 111. Call at- 
tachment for telephones . T. 

Lockwood, WUlian C, assignor to Lockwood Telephone Company, Chicago, HI. Tele- 
phone 

Lockwood, William Y., assignor to National Bell Telephone Company, Boston, Mass. Gal- 
vanic battery 

Loeb, Jacob, Philadelphia, Pa. Show-box for laces , 

Loehner, August, St. Louis, Mo. Hanger for shafting 

Loeimcr, Auguste, St. Louis, Mo. Shaft hanger, bracket, and post 

Loehner, Auguste, assignor of one-half interest to B. A. Hill, St. Louis, Mo. Car-coupling. . 

Loeser, Moses, Buffalo. N. Y. Baling-press 

Loewy, Benno. (See Kircher, Julius, assignor.) 

Loewy, Benno. (See Kircher, Julius, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Loftin, John, Thomasville, Mo. Device for upsetting tires 

Loffns, Thomas. (See Aldcrson and Loftus.) 

Logan, Horace A. (See Turner and Logau.) 

Logan, John. (See Logan, Robert and J.) 

Logan, -lohnB., and A. Greenleaf, Baltimore, Md. Fire-extinguishing apparatus 

Logan, Robert and J., McKeesport, Pa. Fire-place heater 

Loiseau, Eugene V. A. (See Leblanc and Loisean.) 

Loiselle, Louis, Yallevfield, Quebec, Canada. Refrigerator , 

Lomasney, John M., Cincinnati, Ohio. Box smoothmg-iron 

Lomax, Creorge H., Somerville, Mass. Molding glass on metallic thimbles 

Lonergan, -lohn E., Philadelphia, Pa. Lubricator. (Reissue) 

Lonergan, Stephen, Lewiston, Me. Saw-gage 

Long &. Brother Chair Company. (See Miller, John C, assignor.) 

Long, Charles B.. Worcester, Mass. Machine for crimping the uppers of boots and shoes. 

Long, Cornelius 1?., Payne's Store. Tex. Uterine supporter 

Long, (Gabriel. (See Tan Allen, Charles A., assignor.) 

Long, George S., assignor of two-thirds interest to G. W. WiUiams, Hartford, Conn. Ma- 
cMne-belting , 

Long, .John H., et al. (See Long, William H., assignor.) 

Long, Nathan H., Muncie, Ind. Swinging gate 

Long, Nathan S., Marysville. Ohio. Butter-press 

Long, Oliver, Philadelphia, Pa. Filter 

Long, Samuel L., assignor to G. B. Sapp, Keithsburg, 111. Comstalk-cutter 

Long, William H., assignor to himself, J. H. Long, and G. Clark, Covington, Ohio. Wash- 
ing-machine - 

Longaker, Thomas F., West Philadelphia, Pa. Adjustable gage for liquid-measures 

Longard. Samuel H., Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Remedy lor diphtheria 

Longee, Hayes. (See Bostwick, Seymour A., assiguor.) 

Longstreet, Aaron, et al. (See Coyle, Charles J., assignor.) 

Longstreth, Edward, Philadelphia, Pa. Crown-bar for fire-boxes 

Longstreth, Edward, Philadelphia, Pa. Cylinder blow-off for locomotives 

Longstreth, Edward, Philadelphia, Pa. Exhaust apparatus for locomotives 

Longstreth, Edward, Philadelphia, Pa. Exhaust apparatus for vacuum-brake ejectors 

Longstreth, Edward, Philadelphia, Pa. Exhaust attachment for safety-valves of locomo- 
tives 

Longstreth, Edward, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to himself, G. Burnham, C. T. Parry, E. 
H. Williams, W. P. Henszey, and J. H. Converse. Exhaust apparatus for locomotives. 
(Reissue) 

Longstreth, Thaddeus. (See Lechner, Francis M., assignor.) 

Longton, Joseph. (See Collins and Longton.) 

Loomis, Benjamin T., Baltimore, Md. Reversible filter 

Loomis, Benjamin T., Baltimore, Md. Filter 

Loomis, Francis A., Onondaga, N. Y. Fisherman's reel 

Loomis, Thomas R. (See Billings, George W., assignor.) 

Looney, (3-eorge W.. Sr., Fannington Station, Ind. Attachment for reapers 

Leper, RichaM F., Jr., Stonington, Conn. Raising and lowering ships' rudders 

Lord, Edward N., Wakefield, assignor of one-half interest to C. Williams, Jr., Somerville, 
Mass. Telephone-switch 

Lord, Frederick N., et al. (See Plumer, William, assignor.) 

Lord, Samuel, New York, N. Y. Bakers oven 

Lord, 'Timothy W., et al. (See Harrison, William H., assignor.) 

Lord, Tyler C, .Toliet, 111. Check-rowing att.ichment for corn-planters 

Lord, 'n'illiam S., Brownsville, Tenn. Vise 

Lorentz, Lorenzo D. (See .Snmpter, .John TJ., assignor.) 

Lorenz, Carl A. (See Cullman .ind Lorenz.) 

Lorenz, .John C. and J., St. Petersburg, Pa. Stop-valve 

Lorenz, Joseph. (See Lorenz, John C. and J.) 

Loren:en, Hans P., Friedrichstadt. Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. Method and apparatus 
for obtaining ammonia 

Lorillard &, Co., P. (See Heam, Edwin R.. assignor.) 

LoriUard, Pierre, .Jr., New York. N. Y, Tobacco-box 

Loring, Prentiss. (See McDonald and McAllister, assignors.) 

Loth, Moritz, et al. (See Klemm, Frank A., assignor.) 

Loth, Moritz, ct al. (See Tisdel. Abner G., assignor.) 

Lothrop, Chauncey M.. Norwood, a3.signor of one-third interest to -J. Freese, Walpole, Mass. 
Sand-paper holder 

Lothrop, Chauncey M., Norwood, assignor of one-half to E. and J. C. Hatch, Boston, Mass. 
BlottiD"-pad 

Lothrop, Frank B. (See Lothrop, Henrj- 0. and F. B.) 

Lothrop, Henrj' O.. Boston, and F. B. Lothrop, South Acton, Mass. Fastening for gloves.. 

t.ott, Tnomas A., Conewango township, Warren county, Pa. Dinner-pail 



No. 



2-2»,153 
231,065 

233,202 
233,300 

233,520 

233,527 

227,801 
226,088 
225,757 
227,634 
232,195 
235,542 

234,918 



226,919 
227,171 

225,992 
224,552 
230,709 
9,164 
232,989 

226,806 
224,452 



231,726 

228,823 

232,356 
231,066 
230,426 

229,433 
229,431 
230,141 



228,090 
232,046 
232,990 
233,263 

233,782 



9,389 

227,800 
232,735 
235,157 

2.12,648 
234,594 

226,528 

229,539 

232,137 
232,232 

233,525 

232,991 
224,096 



227,438 

234,878 

230,793 
227,369 



Date. 



June 22 
Aug. 10 

Oct. 12 
Oct. 19 

Oct. 19 

Oct. 19 

May 18 
Mar. 30 
Mar. 23 
May 18 
Sept. 14 
Dec. 14 

Nov. 30 



Apr. 27 

Ma.y 4 

Mar. 30 

Feb. 17 

Aug. 3 

Apr. 20 

Oct. 5 

Apr. 27 

Feb. 10 



Aug. 31 

Juno 15 

Sept. 21 
Aug. 10 
July 27 

June 29 
June 29 
July 20 



May 25 
Sept. 7 
Oct. 5 
Oct. 12 

Oct. 26 



Sept. 28 

May 18 
Sept. 28 
Dec. 7 

Sept. 28 
Nov. 16 

Apr. 13 

July 6 

Sept. 14 
Sept. 14 

Oct. 19 

Oct. 5 
Feb. 3 



May 11 

Nov. 30 

Aug. 3 
May 11 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



1207 
541 



571 

716 

911 

912 

825 
1326 
929 
631 
379 
600 



1374 



929 
97 

1216 
671 
133 
793 
232 

866 
553 



1312 



833 

586 

542 

1118 

1532 
1530 

746 



1178 
205 
232 
572 

1219 



1112 

825 

1026 

116 

928 
968 

451 

39 

308 

488 

910 

233 
148 



408 

1326 

227 
332 



.330 
152 

158 
;i95 
;196 

251 

251 



373 

269 
180 
105 
171 



370 



258 
27 

344 
192 

39 
221 

64 

241 
159 



369 

C227 

i228 

162 

153 

314 

422 
421 



335 

56 

64 

158 

339 



304 

233 

282 

33 

255 
257 

127 

10 

87 
130 

250 

64 
42 



119 
357 



05,60 
98 



17 

18 

18 
[l8 

18 

18 

17 
17 
17 
17 
18 
18 

18 



17 

17 

17 
17 
18 
17 
18 

17 
17 



18 



J17 

18 
18 
18 

17 
17 

18 



17 
18 
18 
18 

18 



18 

17 
18 
18 

18 
18 

17 

18 

18 
18 

18 

18 
17 



17 

18 



18 
17 



1435 
341 



840 

871 . 



904 
904 

1132 
722 
046 

1103 
594 

1389 



1243 



932 
994 

706 
344 
268 
900 

776 

923 
314 



485 



1373 

630 
341 
204 

1488 

1488 

139 



1200 
558 
776 

840 

966 



731 

1132 

716 

1300 

700 
1163 

833 

14 

563 
61.1 

903 



228 

1055 

1235 

283 
1043 



126 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
, AljpJialetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Ifame, residence, and inTcntion. 



Xottier, Lawrence. (See Balmer and Lottier.) 

Lottier, Lawrence, and 0. E. Perrigo, Kichmond, Va. ; said Perrigo assignor to said Lottier. 
Process and machine for drying'tobacco 

Lotz, William F., and J. Lemon, London, England, assignors to G. "W. McGill, New York, 
N. T. Lamp-burner 

Lotz, William H., Chicago, 111. Window-shutter and operating dcYice 

Lotz, William H., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne assignments, to F. Fischbeck. Exten- 
sion sofa-bed. (Eeissue) 

Lotz, AVilliam H., Chicago, 111. Hoisting-machine 

Lotz, AVilliam H., Chicago, HI. Hoisting-machine 

Loucks, Cornelivis. (See Fischer, Philipp, assignor.) 
Loud, Herbert. (See Ferrall, Thomas R., assignor.) 

Loud. Herbert, Ercrett, Slass. Anti-frictional bushing 

LoHghridgc, William, Baltimore, Md. Piston for air-brake cylinders 

Louisville Leaf Tobacco Company. (See Robinson, Goldsborough, assignor.) 

Lovith, Adam W., Philadelphia, Pa. Deodorizing noxious gases. 

Lore, Albert A., New Brighton, N. Y. Plate .and dish 

Love, Robert, assignor to himself and S. P. Stamback, Philadelphia, Pa. Support for sinks . , 

Love, Samuel, New York, N. Y. Knit fabric 

Love, Shelby -J., Thorndyke, W. Va. Land-roller and stalk-cutter 

Love, Shelby J., Thorndyke, W. Va. Press 

Lovejoy, Nathau E., Columbus, Ohio. Vise 

Lovelace, Alfred N., assignor to himself and S. S. Howell, Knoxville, Tenn. Insect-trap . . 
Lovell, John P. (See Hempstead, Beall, assignor.) 
LoveH, .John P. (See 'Wheeler, Henry F., assignor.) 

Lovell, ilel vin N., assignor to F. F. Adams & Co., (limited,) Erie, Pa. Step-ladder 

Lovell, Melvin N., Erie, Pa. Steam-gener.ator 

Lovell, Melvin N., Erie, Pa. Paper-file 

Lovelleth, Au;justus T. (See Irwin, Robert W., assignor.) 

Loveren, Charles I., Maiden, and J. H. Ritz, Jamaica Plain, Mass. Watch-key 

Loveridge, James AV., Jersey City, N. J. Book-binding 

Lovrien, Charles H., assignor to M. A. Lovrien,